“900 Days Without Being Pinned”- A Stat Proves Why Roman Reigns Is The Most Dominant Superstar Of The Modern Era

WWE Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns is one of the most popular Superstars in the modern era of professional wrestling. He carries the SmackDown brand of WWE on his shoulders and also headlines the premium live events of the company. Roman has been an integral part of WWE TV since making his return at SummerSlam 2020.


He quickly won the WWE Universal Championship and formed a partnership with Paul Heyman. Roman then added his cousin The Usos to his group as the Bloodline became the most dominant faction of the company. At the moment, Roman owns both the world titles of the company, while the Usos own both the sets of tag team titles.

Roman is currently on a hiatus as he does not have any worthy opponents on the roster. It seems the Tribal Chief will make his return for the stadium shows scheduled to happen later this year. Meanwhile, a Twitter user shared a milestone that Roman touched recently. It was a unique milestone as he completed 900 days in WWE without being pinned.


Roman has neither lost by pinfall nor by submission in the last 900 days, which is more than two years. It shows the dominance he has asserted on the entire roster.

When was the last time Roman Reigns lost a match by pinfall?

The Tribal Chief version of Roman Reigns has never lost a match via pinfall in WWE. The last time when Roman Reigns suffered a pinfall loss in WWE was back in 2019 at the Tables, Ladders, and Chairs premium live event. Former WWE RAW Acting General Manager Baron Corbin pinned him in a singles match after some outside interference.

After that bout, Roman lost a tag team match by disqualification, but he never lost by pinfall or submission. It will be interesting to see who becomes the first star to pin The Head of the Table.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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