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Dean Ambrose Becomes Longest-Reigning United States Champion in WWE History
- Updated: April 28, 2014
On April 28, Dean Ambrose became the longest-reigning United States Champion in WWE history. Though the longest-reinging United States Champion of all-time is Lex Luger, who held the title for 523 days while the title was still an NWA commodity, Ambrose has now surpassed former champion MVP as the man who has held the strap the longest since it has been in WWE.
Ambrose became the 77 man to hold US gold on May 19, 2013 during WWE’s “Extreme Rules” event. He then joins a fraternity of champions that includes Ric Flair, Rick Rude, Cesaro, MVP, Sting, Scott Hall, Goldberg, Lex Luger, Curt Hennig, and many more. April 28 marks the 344 day of Ambrose’s reign at United States Champion.
I still believe that Ambrose gets the title taken off of him very soon. I’d like to see it before May 4 and this year’s “Extreme Rules” event. It would make The Shield’s strife with Evolution more impactful if Triple H, Batista, and Randy Orton some how figure out a way to take the strap off of him on “Monday Night Raw” or “Smackdown” prior to the event IMO.