Wrestling legend expects a big change from Roman Reigns
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 1273
This month the Crown Jewel 2021 Pay per View to be held in Saudi Arabia will see in the Main Event the highly anticipated match valid for the WWE Universal Championship between the Tribal Chief and main exponent of the main roster Roman Reigns and his opponent, The Beast, Brock Lesnar.
There are many reasons that arouse curiosity for this meeting, to see if 'The Beast' will be able to break the domination that has lasted for a year in this part of the current champion or if Roman will continue to dominate.
Another focal point of interest in this storyline is undoubtedly the attitude of Paul Heyman. The current adviser to the champion was in the past manager of Brock Lesnar and many are curious to know if his role will be decisive for the victory of one or the other.
In one of their last meetings, Brock Lesnar claimed that Paul Heyman knew of his appearance at SummerSlam, a little hint that could bring interesting future news.
Dutch Mantell comments on Roman Reigns
During the last episode of Sportkeeda Wrestling's Smack Talk Dutch Mantell commented on what happened in the last episode of SmackDown and talked about the history between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar.
Here are his words about it: "Roman Reigns alone can stand as quietly as Babyface and if you put up a title match against Brock Lesnar there has to be a big change involving Paul Heyman. I think it is coming to this and this will be a good opportunity to bring Roman to challenge a level Heel, an opponent against which he could really duel for a long time.
You need to have valuable Heels because if you don't have them, even Babyfaces tend to disappear or worse still to die." The latest rumors claim that one of WWE's plans is to have a lot more from this feud between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns, a situation that could continue for the next few months.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has noted that the current plan is for Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar to have a prolonged feud. "Right now the plan is to get a lot more time out of Lesnar vs. Reigns than just the Saudi Arabia show, and from the rosters, they need to do that.
McIntyre is there, but they also have to elevate other people,'' stated Meltzer. Meltzer added that WWE could put the Universal Championship on Brock Lesnar in order to keep his feud against Roman Reigns interesting for a long period of time.