WWE Survivor Series 2021 matches: Roman Reigns to equal Brock Lesnar’s unique record at Survivor Series, check here

WWE Survivor Series 2021 matches: Roman Reigns to equal Brock Lesnar’s unique record- Universal Champion and the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns is set to equal a unique record set by the Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar. Roman, who has now held the Universal Championship for more than 470 days, will be entering Survivor Series as the Universal Champion and will equal the record of Brock Lesnar of making it to the Survivor Series as the Universal Champion two years on the trot.

Lesnar achieved this feat during the 2017 and 2018 editions of the decorated PPV event. Roman will become only the second superstar to achieve this unique feat after Brock Lesnar. During his phenomenal run as the Universal Champion for 504 days between 2017 and 2018, Brock competed in two Survivor Series as the Universal Champion from Monday Night Raw. He defeated AJ Styles in 2017 and Daniel Bryan during the 2018 PPV event.

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WWE Survivor Series 2021 matches: Roman Reigns will face Big E at the PPV event event

The Universal Champion Roman Reigns from Friday Night Smackdown will face the WWE Champion from Monday Night Raw in what would be a personal grudge way beyond the brand supremacy thing. Big E and Roman Reigns had a brawl this week on Smackdown, and it was the WWE Champion who stood tall in the end.

WWE Survivor Series 2021 matches: Roman Reigns to equal Brock Lesnar's unique record at Survivor Series, check here
WWE Survivor Series 2021:Big E vs. Brock Lesnar

Their showdown on Sunday at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, would be an epic one, considering how The Bloodline (Roman Reigns & The Usos) have been a pain in the a** of the New Day.

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WWE Survivor Series 2021 Matches: Brock Lesnar is lurking to hunt down Roman Reigns

The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar is currently on a hiatus as he has been suspended indefinitely by WWE Authority Figure Adam Pearce and slapped with a fine of USD 1 million. The Beast is expected to return next year at the Royal Rumble PPV on January 29, and he may go after Roman Reigns, who has pissed Brock Lesnar after what Reigns did with the latter to keep his title intact at the Crown Jewel PPV last month.