A new opponent appears for Brock Lesnar



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A new opponent appears for Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar has shown a new side to his character over the past year and fans have begun to treat him differently. The Beast had often gotten into the eye of the storm due to her poor attachment to wrestling and had not received proper credit for his exploits.

The former Universal champion tried in every way to break Roman Reigns' hegemony, but had to surrender to the overwhelming power of the 'Tribal Chief' (and Bloodline) at both WrestleMania 38 and SummerSlam. Lesnar then resumed his feud with Bobby Lashley, defeating 'The All Mighty' at Crown Jewel after a rather controversial ending.

Brock and Bobby have racked up a win each and there will certainly be a showdown between the two, but it is not yet clear when it will take place.

New details on Brock Lesnar

According to 'Xero News', Brock Lesnar could face Gunther at WrestleMania 39.

Gunther made his main roster debut earlier this year and quickly established himself as one of the best prospects around. 'The Ring General' in fact beat Ricochet in SmackDown and won the Intercontinental title. A possible confrontation with 'The Beast Incarnate' at the 'Showcase of the Immortals' would allow him to further increase his status.

In a lengthy interview with Sportskeeda, EC3 stated that Brock Lesnar is not as unapproachable as many believe: “If you want to be friends with him, you don't have to be afraid of him. You have to have faith in yourself and get close to Brock without thinking too much.

If you succeed, you realize that he is a very nice and jovial person. Lesnar is the kind of guy who perceives the weakness of others”. According to other rumors, Stone Cold Steve Austin could be Brock's opponent in Mania 39.

The 2023 edition of the 'Showcase of the Immortals', which will be held a stone's throw from Hollywood, should in fact host the great returns of The Rock, John Cena and Steve Austin. The latter appeared in great form at WrestleMania 38.

In early 2020, Punk shared his honest thoughts on The Beast Incarnate while speaking with ESPN. Punk revealed that Lesnar contacted him when he began his MMA journey and offered him help. Check out his full comments below: "I don't want to ruin his image.

I think he's a f---in' sweetheart. This is a guy, when I got into MMA and I left wrestling, he was texting me, "Hey, if you need any help." I'm always kind of a standoffish guy. It's hard to open up and trust people in the pro wrestling world.

But he was never anything but a real sweetheart. It was a pleasure to work with him. He's just a great guy, I think."