What a challenge for Brock Lesnar!

After seeing the challenge that came a few months ago between Bob Lashley and Brock Lesnar in that of Raw and that of the Royal Rumble, with the thing that then continued at Elimination Chamber

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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What a challenge for Brock Lesnar!

After seeing the challenge that came a few months ago between Bob Lashley and Brock Lesnar in that of Raw and that of the Royal Rumble, with the thing that then continued at Elimination Chamber, even if Lashley had not been able to fight in that context, a new challenge seems to arrive between the two massive WWE athletes, with Lashley who wanted to challenge Lesnar to a match in none other than the next edition of Wrestlemania.

In his latest interview with WWE The Bump, Monday Night Raw's All Mighty said: "We're in Los Angeles next year, right, for Wrestlemania? If we're in Hollywood, we need a great match. For me, I've always wanted this fight in the Wrestlemania rings so badly, which, of course this time around, it has to be against another great athlete.

Brock and I, we still have a score to set. I have a win over him and then he got my title back but we didn't finish. We're not done yet."

What a challenge for Brock Lesnar!

In the main event of the latest edition of Wrestlemania, number 38, we witnessed one of the matches with the highest star power in the entire history of the McMahon company, with Brock Lesnar, the then WWE Champion, who tried to go to bring down the sensational reign of over 600 days (count updated to today's date) of the Tribal Chief of Friday Night Smackdown: Roman Reigns.

Unfortunately for the fans of the WWE Beast, this feat was not successful for the McMahon world champion, who had to give in to the blows of the Samoan chieftain, who also helped himself with some low and not allowed blows, obviously not seen by the referee.

Since his sensational defeat at Wrestlemania, Brock Lesnar has never heard of it again, with the athlete who lost his tracks, both from the ring and from the WWE televisions, and from public appearances and as usual he holed up on his Canadian ranch, where he lives with his family most of the year, save for the sporadic appearances he makes with McMahon's WWE.

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