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‘This is getting ridiculous’ – WWE fans share their thoughts on Roman Reigns’ astonishing record

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WWE fans around the world have taken to Twitter to voice their thoughts on Roman Reigns’ astonishing record.

Backed by the Bloodline, the tribal leader is at the peak of his power in WWE. He’s been booked as an unstoppable force since returning to the business at SummerSlam 2020. He’s currently on one of the most dominant championship reigns in pro wrestling history.

While the table boss failed to win a few matches against Seth Rollins and Xavier Woods due to disqualification, he hasn’t been pinned in the last 1066 days.

The aforementioned stats were recently highlighted by Twitter user @WrestlingWCC, which generated mixed reactions from fans. While many think it’s a testament to Reigns’ talent, others simply think the run overstayed his welcome.

Below are some of the many reactions from fans:

@WrestlingWCC it’s because of his uso cousins ​​and outside interference even inside the steel cage i bet he can’t win a match against himself

@WrestlingWCC it’s because of his uso cousins ​​and outside interference even inside the steel cage i bet he can’t win a match against himself

@WrestlingWCC As long as people pay to see him, he will remain the head of the table.

@WrestlingWCC As long as people pay to see him, he will remain the head of the table.

@WrestlingWCC It would be cool to see rock come back and beat roman then they both retire. Then do tournaments for the titles.

@WrestlingWCC It would be cool to see rock come back and beat roman then they both retire. Then do tournaments for the titles.

Hard to get pinned down when you’re sitting at home instead of wrestling every night like a true champion does. Just say. twitter.com/WrestlingWCC/s…

Roman Reigns has not been pinned for 1063 consecutive days 😳😳

Roman Reigns hasn’t been pinned for 1063 consecutive days 😳 https://t.co/OWnnf8mt9n

Hard to get pinned down when you’re sitting at home instead of wrestling every night like a true champion does. Just say. twitter.com/WrestlingWCC/s…

@WrestlingWCC And in the same period of time, he wrestled what 40 times?

@WrestlingWCC And in the same period of time, he wrestled what 40 times?

@WrestlingWCC How many times did he struggle in that time. Not as much as the good old days

@WrestlingWCC How many times did he struggle in that time. Not as much as the good old days


Roman Reigns will be in action at WWE Survivor Series: WarGames

Roman Reigns will lead the Bloodline within the WarGames structure on this year’s edition of the Survivor Series. The villainous faction will face the Brawling Brutes, Drew McIntyre and Kevin Owens.

After being world champion for over two years, Reigns has shot down a plethora of stars. This includes Drew McIntyre and Kevin Owens, who decided to join forces with Sheamus’ faction in order to settle their score with Bloodline.

The former WWE Champion mentioned in an interview on The Rick and Cutter Show that he decided to align himself with Sheamus in order to stop Roman Reigns.

“Finally, Sheamus and I had a little chat, about his marriage because he needed a best man,” McIntyre said. “I came back on the same wavelength and realized, ‘What are we doing fighting? We have to fight together, not against each other because we have to save wrestling, we have to save those world championships and take them away from Roman.” [H/T- fightful]

While McIntyre joined the Brutes two weeks ago on SmackDown, Kevin Owens made his big return to WWE programming on the blue brand last Friday. The Prizefighter came out near the end to even the odds for the babyfaces and took out Reigns.

The two groups will now have a chance to settle their differences inside the ominous structure.


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By Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org