Brock Lesnar Preps For Wrestlemania 33

Lawrence Kim
March 18, 2017

If all goes to plan, Roman Reigns will challenge Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Title, which is the exact same match we saw at WrestleMania 31.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported yesterday that WWE officials are planning to retread a match that has already headlined a previous WrestleMania.

A wrestling fan made a decision to record a baby watching Monday Night RAW this week during Reigns segment with Shawn Michaels where he spoke about his upcoming match with The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33 in a couple of weeks time.

Jim Ross opened up about how Brock Lesnar vs Goldberg fight at WrestleMania 33 can become a great success in a recent interview.

Ross also said that Lesnar will win the Universal Championship from Goldberg at WWE's biggest pay-per-event (PPV) show of the year.

Brock Lesnar, on the other hand, will absolutely try everything to beat the WWE Universal Champion. Plans in WWE always change on the fly, so this may just be the first incarnation of the planned WrestleMania 34 main event. If you don't remember their match at WrestleMania 31, it RULED, and that was before Seth Rollins ran in to make everyone's dreams come true. After all, Lesnar only works part-time dates and it would seem weird for Raw to have no main belt for so long. According to Roman Reigns he's going to be the man that retires The Undertaker and we're talking about whether or not it should happen on this week's episode of Still Real Radio.

Furthermore, WWE wants Reigns to replace John Cena as the global face of the WWE organization in the next year-and-a-half with Lesnar putting over Reigns at next year's "Mania".

The end goal is apparently to establish Roman Reigns as the new face of the company, something WWE have been building towards (with very limited success) for the past couple of years.

Not to mention fans are getting sick of seeing the same people in the main event scene all of the time.

WWE's latest top 10 video features a host - 10 in fact - of WWE Superstar Lesnar in ruthless and efficient mode in the ring.

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