Roman Reigns, the Tribal Chief himself, has undeniably cemented his legacy as one of the all-time greats in the world of professional wrestling. Since his triumphant return in 2020, he’s been an unstoppable force, and here’s a jaw-dropping stat that proves it: in 2023, Roman Reigns has been sparing no one in the ring.
The Head of The Table has been practically untouchable for the better part of this year. He’s been keeping a low profile on television, and when he does step into the ring, it’s an event in itself, adding to his mystique.
According to the numbers over at Profightdb, Roman Reigns has graced us with his presence in just 11 matches throughout the entirety of 2023. And this includes not only his appearances on live events but also his larger-than-life showdowns at Premium Live Events. It all began with a resounding victory over Kevin Owens at the Royal Rumble, and his most recent bout saw him triumph over LA Knight at Crown Jewel earlier this month.
Now, let’s put this into perspective. Last year, The Tribal Chief was a lot more active, engaging in well over 40 matches. So, this year’s select few encounters have only added to the aura surrounding him.
As Ringside News exclusively reported, Roman Reigns is now planning to take a temporary hiatus from the squared circle. When he’ll grace WWE television again is anyone’s guess, but one thing’s for sure: The Tribal Chief’s return will be nothing short of a spectacle. Until then, we’ll just have to eagerly await his epic comeback!
What do you think of this shocking statistic? Do you feel Roman Reigns should compete more in 2024? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
November 13, 2023 9:35 am