Brock Lesnar has been the subject of intense speculation in WWE for the past few months. Most believe that he will leave the wrestling company after WrestleMania 31, but who will his last competitive match be against?
Some say that Lesnar will lose the WWE Heavyweight Championship to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania, but WWE legendary commentator Jim Ross believes the wrestling company should take a different approach.
Speaking on Facebook about WrestleMania 31, Ross says that Daniel Bryan should be the wrestler to compete against Brock Lesnar in March.
Bryan's epic return
Daniel Bryan made an emotional return to Raw last week and revealed that he will be competing at Royal Rumble this month after two neck surgeries had forced him out of action for the last few months.
But Ross insists that after a good run in the next few months, it's Bryan and not Roman Reigns that should be given the opportunity to dethrone Brock Lesnar.
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"I'm not going to smash any TV sets this January. I'm hoping not to say, write, or tweet things that make my relationship with WWE difficult. But following Daniel Bryan's emotional speech on WWE Monday Night Raw last night, I think he could be the guy to face Brock Lesnar at this year's #Wrestlemania," Ross revealed.
Ultimate David vs Goliath
But rather speaking out of hope, Ross's comments seem to be more of a prediction, and we'll have to see whether or not his prediction turns out right.
Ross added that Bryan's journey is more compelling and his comments on Raw reminded him why the majority of the WWE Universe root for Bryan.
"Daniel Bryan allowed his emotions to tell the story - reminding us of the journey he'd been on this past year, while not letting us forget what it was about him that made so many of us root for him to begin with," Ross added.
"He fights from underneath like few before him ever have, and (despite what some of my colleagues may think) would be a credible threat to knock down the mountain that Lesnar has been built to be. It would be the ultimate David, facing the ultimate Goliath."