In 2019, he went 87-11 with an 87 win percentage then in 2020, he went 29-2. Last year, he took several months off after WrestleMania to be with his family during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic before returning at SummerSlam as a heel. He won the Universal Title from Bray Wyatt a few days later to kick off his title reign that is still going on today.
Although Reigns currently holds a 19-15 match record so far this year, the losses have come in tag team matches on television and live events. He has yet to be actually pinned this year.
Wrestle Views pointed out that Reigns hasn’t been pinned since December 2019. It turns out that is correct as Reigns was last pinned after receiving an End of Days by Baron Corbin in a TLC match at the TLC pay-per-view event.
Reigns will make his next title defense as Universal Champion against Finn Balor, who is portraying his Demon character, at tonight’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view event. He’s also slated to take on Brock Lesnar at next month’s Crown Jewel PPV in Saudi Arabia.