Roman Reigns may finally lose another PPV.

Roman Reigns has held the Universal and WWE championships for years. He will be champion for 1000 days by Night of Champions on Saturday, May 27, 2023, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Given WWE's multiple TV and pay-per-view shows each year, that's an incredible figure.

I checked his PPV record from the beginning of 2020 and found just two losses.

He is 27-2 over that span, with one loss in a Royal Rumble and the other by disqualification. Shane McMahon, Erick Rowan, and Baron Corbin pinned him the last three times in 2019.

It was different then. It may be time for Reigns to lose on PPV this weekend. He and Solo Sikoa will challenge WWE tag team champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. 

I could envision WWE putting the tag titles on its biggest star, but it wouldn't fit their current storyline.

Even if they're trying to help, The Usos are more likely to hurt Reigns & Sikoa. Reigns would lose PPV either way.

Despite unlikely pinfall, a loss is a loss. I'll apologize if he wins again. However, I won't be surprised.

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