In recent months, Roman Reigns has gone to consolidate his reign as WWE world champion in a very important way, with the victory of Wrestlemania 38 which even led him to snatch the WWE Champion belt from the Beast of the company: Brock Lesnar, thus beginning a great new reign as the undisputed champion of the McMahon-owned federation, having spent over 600 days as an unbeaten Universal Champion.
Needless to say, WWE is really betting very hard on its Undisputed Champion, with Reigns and his Bloodline not seeming to lose even an inch against their opponents, with Reigns not being pinned for a few years now, having also held one.
Very high score of victories since he returned to the scene with the WWE after the absence for the initial period of the pandemic from covid-19, while instead the cousins have become undisputed champions of the tag team category, also winning the Raw titles.
After also beating Riddle at Smackdown, with Orton's partner who will no longer be able to challenge him until the title is in the hands of the Tribal Chief, returning to shake the arenas of the company and the entire Bloodline, is Brock Lesnar who made an appearance in the last episode of Smackdown, claiming yet another title match for Summerslam.
In the last few hours, WWE has wanted to confirm the new dates of the weekly shows in which Brock Lesnar will appear in the coming weeks, with the Beast of the federation appearing on both the red Monday night show and the blue Friday show.
What's next for Brock Lesnar?
The dates currently already advertised for Brock Lesnar are in fact three, namely the Monday Night Raw of July 11th and the two episodes of Friday Night Smackdown of July 22nd and 29th.
Obviously, in these episodes, it is very likely that we will also find the Triibal Chief, Roman Reigns, who lately has become a bit elusive, with his agenda that has become much lighter, especially after the victory of the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania.
38, with the two still building their feud for the WWE Summer Big Four. Speaking on the “Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling” podcast, Angle recalled how he needed neck surgery immediately after WrestleMania. Had the concussed Lesnar not kicked out of a late pinfall attempt, the Olympic gold medallist’s surgery would likely have been delayed.
“He almost broke his neck!” Angle said. “My biggest fear was that I’d have to keep the title another month because I thought Brock broke his neck and he was out cold, and I covered him and I didn’t think he was gonna kick out.
I was like, ‘Oh s**t, I’m gonna have to hold this title for another month. I won’t be able to get my surgery.’ Right away, anyway. And Brock kicked out! He’s a beast”.