Dutch Mantell opens up on Brock Lesnar

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Dutch Mantell opens up on Brock Lesnar

The last episode of SmackDown began with The Usos celebrating Roman Reigns' 508-day reign. The Universal champion has now become the symbol of the WWE, at the end of a growth path that lasted many years. Seth Rollins has decided to interrupt the celebrations and has asserted that the Usos are the true architects of the triumphs of the 'Tribal Chief'

During the evening's main event, as Rollins was performing the Stomp, Reigns emerged from nowhere and hit him with a devastating 'Superman Punch' His interference caused Usos to be disqualified. Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens took home the win, which means the Usos will not be at ringside in the Royal Rumble Universal title match.

WWE's highly anticipated PPV will be staged on January 29 in St. Louis. In the latest edition of 'Smack Talk' on Sportskeeda, Dutch Mantell approved of WWE's choice to temporarily shelve the feud between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar.

“I'm glad WWE has finally decided to put aside the rivalry between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar. They have just started a new story and I can't wait to enjoy the next shows. The storyline between Reigns and Lesnar had begun to bore the audience, so they chose to shelve it temporarily” - Dutch Mantell analyzed.

Dutch Mantell speaks about Brock Lesnar

The former WWE manager commented on the addition of Mickie James to the Royal Rumble: “I think the company was in desperate need to include big names in this year's Royal Rumble.

Mickie is under contract with IMPACT Wrestling now, so he has no obligations to WWE. He is a superstar who attracts the attention of the public. At the same time, it's paradoxical that Vince McMahon's company has brought back a star who was released less than a year ago.

Who knows what would have happened if she had stayed in WWE. It's not always easy to understand Vince's choices, you have to be honest. Many of the things he does are totally meaningless." Royal Rumble has always meant great spots for Brock Lesnar.

In the case of 2020, he was so dominant that rather than seeking out a WWE title challenger, he entered the Rumble match himself.