Backstage details on Brock Lesnar's schedule
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 537
During the men's Royal Rumble aired on last Saturday's ppv of the same name, we also saw the entry of former WWE Champion Brock Lesnar, with the Beast of WWE who began to sow panic with his suplexes and his F -5, only to be eliminated only a few minutes after his entry, by Bobby Lashley, his archenemy for several months now.
Apparently, therefore, the feud between the two massive athletes would not have ended at all, with Brock Lesnar who could also appear during the company's next PPV: Elimination Chamber. As reported by Dave Meltzer, in his daily updates of the Wrestling Observer, Lesnar could therefore appear in some way at the Elimination Chamber and thus be the cause of the defeat of the All Mighty, in the title match valid for the US title currently held by Austin Theory.
According to the well-known journalist, these should be WWE's plans to justify a match at Wrestlemania between the two massive athletes, probably a No DQ match, as requested for weeks now in various interviews by Bobby Lashley.
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After the controversial end of their match in Saudi Arabia, it seemed clear that a new chapter in the saga between the two would be proposed by the company, but until now we have not seen anything, except that small juncture at the Royal Rumble.
In his latest interview released to the Hindustan Times microphones, former WWE Champion Bobby Lashley wanted to continue to tease his opponent, this time even speaking of a match without disqualifications, saying: "There haven't been many interactions between us.
We've had a couple of matches, a couple of interactions that happened on-screen, but outside of that, Brock Lesnar is a very personal guy, he's that kind of guy. So there wasn't anything major with Brock then. I don't think anyone ever had anything backstage with Brock.
But as I look forward to the match I might have with him, I'd like it to be in a context that pushes myself to other levels. I like to fight. Brock Lesnar likes to fight. There are a lot of similarities between the two of us, so I think our next match is something everyone would like to see in a No Holds Barred match.
It's also likely that that one will come locked up in a cage or an Extreme Rules match or something like that. But it's coming."