That’s one way to go. Assuming it happens on time, we are less than three weeks away from Wrestlemania 36. The event is the biggest wrestling show of the year with several storylines and angles coming together on a huge card. With so much going on though, it can be easy to forget that there are shows to take care of after it is over. This includes some major talent, and one such name might already have their next match planned.
There are very few wrestlers in history like Brock Lesnar. He is one of the biggest stars that wrestling has ever seen with a complete dominance that almost no one has ever been able to duplicate. Lesnar comes off as one of the most realistic threats to anyone and has held the company’s World Titles for a very long time. At some point though, he is going to run into someone like him and we may know who that is.
According to Tom Colohue on Dropkick DISKussions podcast, WWE is planning on a Lesnar vs. Bobby Lashley match at some point in the future. Their current plans involve building Lashley up as a challenge for Lesnar, though it is not clear if this would be for a World Title. Lashley would likely either be split from Lana or not have her in his corner for such a match as the two would build the match along with Paul Heyman.
It was a bit show. Check out the full thing:
Lashley has wanted this for a long time. Check out him talking about the match and the two of them in action:
Opinion: This is something that could work well enough as there’s an easy story to tell with Lesnar running into someone who can match him in power and wrestling skill. That’s a different story than you usually get and it would be nice for something fresh. Lashley might not be the biggest talker in the world but he is the kind of guy who can let his actions do the talking. It could go well enough and maybe they have something here, assuming it happens.
How would you see the match going? When do you see the match taking place? Let us know in the comments below.
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