Is Roman Reigns the new Brock Lesnar?



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Is Roman Reigns the new Brock Lesnar?

The rivalry between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns has kept WWE and all its fans in suspense for several months. The two wrestlers heated up the WWE Universe with an exciting feud, divided into various moments and which saw its conclusion with the Wrestlemania 38 Main Event.

The Beast Incarnate can be considered as one of the most important wrestlers in the history of the company, a wrestler without a doubt that we will hardly get back and not only for his way of dominating in the ring. One of the situations that most characterized Lesnar concerns his program, which is almost always limited.

Throughout his career, throughout his years in Vince McMahon's company, WWE has used Lesnar with a dropper, only using him in some of the annual shows. In this way, his presence has had the prominence and in general a greater impact on the public over the years.

Roman Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38

WWE wanted to give Roman Reigns a pivotal role and in recent weeks interesting details have emerged regarding the new contract of the WWE Tribal Chief. During the last episode of the Wrestling O server Newsletter the well-known journalist Dave Meltzer spoke about the situation of Roman Reigns.

Here are his words: "WWE's idea is to try to transform Roman Reigns into a sort of Brock Lesnar, an unbeatable wrestler who wins against everything and everyone, but works within the company only on limited dates."

Meltzer then continued with his theory revealing, "We all know that Roman Reigns will be on some PPV shows in the coming months but he won't be attending all the shows. It will work in a similar fashion to how WWE has used superstars of the caliber of Brock in the past.

Lesnar and Bill Goldberg." During the last episode of Friday Night SmackDown, the wrestler was the protagonist of a verbal confrontation with the complete Bloodline struggling with the Rk-Bro with Riddle who attacked Reigns at the end of the episode, leaving the champion of the company infuriated.

Speaking on Corey Graves’ After The Bell podcast, Jimmy Uso discussed the possibility of his wife Naomi joining the group: “It’s very, very likely, man. She talks about it a lot. She talks about, ‘I got an idea.

I can jump the gun. I’m ready to just snap.’ She can snap, man. She’s snapped on my a** plenty of times! She can bring that promo. She’s so ready to try something new. She’s always been adaptive, she gets it. Sometimes I forget she’s been here 10 years too”.