Many people thought Roman Reigns was going to lose the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania 39, but that didn’t happen.
The Tribal Chief retained against Cody Rhodes and is now going to complete 1,000 days as champion on May 27th.
Also on May 27th, the 1000th day of his title reign, The Head Of The Table has an opportunity to win another championship.
At the Night Of Champions 2023 premium live event in Saudi Arabia, Roman will team up with Solo Sikoa to take on Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship.
As we have reported before, Roman signed a new deal in WWE after WrestleMania 38 in 2022, which saw him getting a limited schedule, similar to Brock Lesnar’s schedule.
If you are a fan of Roman Reigns and want to see him on TV more often, well, we have some bad news.
According to insider source BoozerRasslin, Roman is scheduled to work even less WWE events in the future, as he’s preparing to slowly transition to Hollywood like John Cena did in recent memory.
However, as of this writing, there are no plans to take the Undisputed Title off Roman anytime soon.
In an update from Xero News, The Head Of The Table is currently slated to remain champion even after WrestleMania 40 in 2024:
“I’m told Roman Reigns will not be losing the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship anytime soon. Will hold past WrestleMania 40, 100%.”