The minute that Roman Reigns got the right to once more confront Brock Lesnar for the Universal title at Sunday’s SummerSlam at Barclays Center at Brooklyn, a collective groan sailed through the WWE universe.
The game between the two behemoths is the next time they’ve squared off to WWE’s top trophy in 4 1/2 weeks and also the fourth season overall in one single contest. Lesnar walked outside the winner in Wrestlemania 3-1, Wrestlemania 3 4 and even the Maximum Royal Rumble, respectively.
Lesnar can be a once-in-a-lifetime athlete. Whenever he’s outside to get a look on”WWE Raw” to advertise a game plus plays from the ring, then he also gives W we an additional layer of delight which you never feel from the remainder of its roster.
Imagine Lesnar rolling in the Cormier fight using an opportunity to accomplish something that no one has done. What if Lesnar can pull the mad and walks away from that nighttime together with UFC and WWE gold around his waist? It’d have been considered a license to print money for both businesses and might help them farther benefit mainstream approval.
None of them may appear with no ideal thing happening at SummerSlam.