Roman Reigns’ Title Reign Will End Whenever He & Paul Heyman “Say It F’n Ends”

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The ending of Roman Reigns‘ dominance as the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion will be up to Paul Heyman and The Tribal Chief himself, according to a new report.

It was three years ago this month on August 30th, 2020 when Roman Reigns won the WWE Universal Title at a show called Payback. Since then, Reigns has beaten everybody in his path while holding onto the Universal Title for well over 1,000 days at this point.

At WrestleMania 38, Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Championship as well. That was 16 months ago.

In June, WWE presented Reigns with a new Undisputed WWE Universal Title that is golden. It’s a case of the company merging the WWE and Universal Titles into one on the Smackdown brand. They also created the World Heavyweight Championship for the Raw brand to give them a championship to fight for.

Tonight at SummerSlam, Roman Reigns defends the Undisputed WWE Universal Title against his cousin Jey Uso in Tribal Combat. While some people might think Jey could win since he pinned Reigns at Money in the Bank last month in a tag team match, Reigns winning is a popular choice.

When Will Roman Reigns Lose His Undisputed WWE Universal Championship?

That’s a question fans have been asking for a few years now. Fightful Select has reported today noting that they spoke to a “WWE higher up” official who said that Roman Reigns will lose the WWE Undisputed World Championship “whenever Roman Reigns and Paul Heyman say it f**kin’ ends.”

What that really means is that Reigns and Heyman will have heavy input into when Reigns finally loses his championship and to who.

The higher up in WWE also said this: “They are constantly looking at every possibility. When they think it’s the very best thing for business, they’ll know to switch it up, do it right, and really make someone doing it.”

It was also noted that Cody Rhodes knew well ahead of time that he wasn’t going to be the guy to beat Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 39. Meanwhile, the Cody Rhodes-Brock Lesnar feud happening after WrestleMania was “very transparent.”

As the report concluded, the WWE source said that “Roman Reigns is hotter than ever, Solo Sikoa is about to be able to draw real money, Jey Uso is a legit attraction, Jimmy Uso is about to be, and Cody Rhodes is hotter now than before WrestleMania.”

Whether all WWE fans will agree with that viewpoint is unknown, but WWE’s business is very strong all across the board, and whenever that happens, the top star in the company is going to get the credit.