Braun Strowman revealed on Twitter that he has reached/just passed the 100 day mark as WWE Universal Champion.
The champ celebrated by cooking up quite the meal.
Strowman won the title from Goldberg at WrestleMania 36. Interestingly enough, the match was taped on either 25 or 26 March despite not airing until 4 April. That, technically, means Braun has held the belt for longer than the 100 days he was crowing about.
That discrepancy aside, Braun has become only the fourth man to enjoy more than 100 days with the four-year-old belt. Only Kevin Owens, Brock Lesnar and Bray Wyatt have held the thing for longer than he has; KO went 188 days, Lesnar held it 503 and 156 days respectively during his first two reigns and Wyatt was champ for 118 days.
This also means that Strowman has surpassed the likes of Finn Bálor, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Goldberg with what is now SmackDown's top prize.
It's widely believed that his reign will roll on until SummerSlam at least. The Universal gold won't be on the line when he works Bray in a 'Swamp Fight' at Extreme Rules this Sunday.
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