In the last PPV of Extreme Rules, Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura conquered the SmackDown Tag Team Championships against The New Day. For the couple composed of Kofi Kingston and Big E there will be no revenge, at least in the immediate, with Kofi who SmackDown has announced that it will remain stationary due to an injury for the next six weeks.
The Jamaican Sensation will therefore have an abrupt stop and in the blue show he encouraged his teammate to embark on a career in the single. Initially Big E wanted to immediately aim to regain the Tag Team title, but the injuries of Kofi Kingston and also Xavier Woods, have curbed these his ambitions.
After being so successful in the Tag Team division, the time has come for The Master of the Five Count to show off in the individual categories and WWE would have interesting plans for him: it seems difficult that he will win the title, but it seems that Big E may be involved in a meeting for the WWE Universal Championship.
During a recent Table Talk interview, Big E revealed that one of his dreams is to challenge Brock Lesnar in a 1 vs 1 match. Big E has achieved massive success with The New Day. However, the popularity of the unit has always forced him to stay in the tag team division.
Big E on Brock Lesnar
Here is what Big E has to say about facing The Beast in a singles match on the Table Talk Podcast. “We have done some stuff with Brock Lesnar. I haven’t had an official match with Brock, but it forced to pick one, maybe Brock.
Let’s say, Brock”. Xavier Woods suffered a long term injury a few months ago. Unfortunately, Big E’s other partner Kofi Kingston also suffered an injury that will keep him out for 6 weeks. Brock Lesnar is known for his aggressive nature in the ring.
He definitely did not appreciate the way Vince McMahon played and made it clear in the most defiant way he could. McMahon however, did not act on it and let it slide, surprisingly. No one messes with “The Beast Incarnate,” not even the Chairman of the company.
After Extreme Rules, wrestling expert Dave Meltzer made it clear that Brock Lesnar will not be at WWE SummerSlam. Dave Meltzer also claimed that Brock Lesnar’s current hiatus is expected to be a lengthy one.