Reigning Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns is considered by many as one of the greatest, if not the greatest WWE Superstar in the modern era, possibly even of all time. Reigns became the WWE Universal Champion at the WWE Payback Event in August 2020 and has held on to the title since. Reigns would then go on to become the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion and hold on to both championships at this past April’s WrestleMania 38, when he defeated then WWE Champion Brock Lesnar in what was dubbed as “The Greatest WrestleMania Match Of All Time.”
The Tribal Chief has held the WWE Universal Title for over 800 days, which is a huge milestone Reigns has recently added to his already impressive and monumental championship run as well as his wrestling career and once he decides to retire from the pro wrestling business, he will surely become a Hall of Famer, but for now he’s still active in in-ring competition, though The Tribal Chief has been working a limited schedule just like WWE legend John Cena, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Brock Lesnar.
Reigns last defended his Undisputed WWE Universal Title against Logan Paul at WWE Crown Jewel and The Head Of The Table would walk out of the match still the champion. Reigns’ next title defense has been a topic of conversation for the past several weeks and there were a few plans discussed as to who The Tribal Chief will defend his championship against at the 2023 WWE Royal Rumble Premium Live Event. As things currently stand, The Tribal Chief will defend his Undisputed WWE Universal Title against Kevin Owens in the first stop on the road to WrestleMania 39.
Other possible challengers that were discussed for Reigns includes Sheamus and Sami Zayn, but Zayn is scheduled to face The Head Of The Table at WWE Elimination Chamber, which is set to take place in The Honorary Uce’s hometown of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, but no matter who Reigns’ challenger may be, The Tribal Chief will reportedly not lose his title until before WrestleMania.