WWE: Brock Lesnar passes CM Punk’s modern-era pretension power record
June 11, 2018 - WWE
Brock Lesnar has upheld CM Punk’s record to turn a longest-reigning top-tier WWE champion of a complicated era.
Lesnar has now been in possession of a Universal championship for 435 days; nonetheless technically it is a opposite pretension to a one hold by Punk, both are recognized by a association as their highest-level singles titles.
The former UFC heavyweight champion is now WWE’s longest-reigning title-holder given Bob Backlund hold a universe pretension for some-more than 2,000 days between Feb 1979 and Dec 1983.
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Lesnar’s many new pretension counterclaim was during a Greatest Royal Rumble, where he degraded Roman Reigns in a argumentative steel-cage compare categorical event, that took place 13 months after he won a belt from Goldberg during WrestleMania 33.
He is not scheduled to urge a Universal pretension during a Money In The Bank pay-per-view eventuality on Sunday.
Punk hold a WWE pretension for 434 days between Nov 2011 and Jan 2013 and done 141 defences of it during that time. To date, Lesnar has shielded a Universal pretension 10 times.