WrestleMania season is in full swing in the WWE right now, and we're starting to get some awesome moments occurring to increase the hype for the company's biggest show of the year.
Two of the biggest matches currently confirmed on the WrestleMania 33 card are Chris Jericho vs Kevin Owens for the United States championship, and the final meeting between Goldberg and Brock Lesnar, with The Iconic putting his Universal title on the line.
During a Live Event at Madison Square Garden on Sunday, The Beast Incarnate faced off against The Prizefighter in arguably one of the most brutal matches you will see this year.
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Unlike Goldberg, Lesnar didn't need the help of Jericho to win his match, although he didn't dismantle K.O. as quickly as the current Universal champion. He did, however, still destroy him, as you can see in the video below.
The Beast absolutely slaughtered The Prizefighter, giving him a series of suplexes before finishing him off with an F5. There was even one occasion where Owens tried to stop Lesnar giving him another suplex by holding onto the ropes. Lesnar, however, responded with a rear naked choke to release him from the ropes, and then followed it up with another suplex.
It was an easy win for The Beast Incarnate, and it keeps building him strongly for WrestleMania after he attacked the Universal championship this past week on Monday Night Raw. Many expect Lesnar to win the match at WrestleMania, but that isn't the major concern amongst WWE fans.
The WWE universe is worried the match between Lesnar and Goldberg won't be good because The Iconic can't put on long matches lasting several minutes. Goldberg has finished matches during his current run in the WWE within seconds and hasn't had a match go beyond two minutes yet.
Many believe if Lesnar vs Goldberg is going to main event WrestleMania 33, it will not go down well amongst fans if it only lasts a couple of seconds. It has to last at least ten minutes, but the main concern is that Goldberg isn't fit enough to go that long anymore and he could be beaten very quickly in order to compensate and push Lesnar entering SummerSlam season.
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