Roman Reigns is well on his way to tying a legendary record this year. Hulk Hogan, WWE’s former poster boy, and multi-time WWE Champion holds the record for most consecutive WrestleMania main events, sitting at the top with four.
However, it looks like Reigns will join Hogan at the top of that list, should he and Lesnar main event this year’s WrestleMania.
- WrestleMania 31: Reigns vs Lesnar for WWE Championship
- WrestleMania 32: Reigns vs Triple H for WWE Championship
- WrestleMania 33: Reigns vs Undertaker
- WrestleMania 34: Reigns vs Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship
While Shinsuke Nakamura did earn the right to main event on the Grandest Stage of Them All, that doesn’t mean much. Randy Orton’s win last year gave him an opportunity at the WWE Championship, but not the main event spot, which was given to Reigns, who Orton eliminated last at the Royal Rumble that year.
If Reigns keeps his nose clean and continues to stay healthy, there’s no doubt that the Big Dog could break the streak at WrestleMania 35.