WrestleMania season is just around the corner, so talks of who will be facing who at the event on April 3 in Dallas next year is hotting up.
While no matches have been booked for the biggest wrestling show of the year so far, there have been many rumors of proposed matches that have got fans talking, including John Cena vs The Undertaker.
WWE Superstar and current Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens is the next man to throw his hat in the ring, as he has said on the Like Father, Like Son podcast, according to Wrestling Inc, who he would like to face at any WrestleMania event in the future. He would like to go one-on-one with either Brock Lesnar or The Undertaker.
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He said: "I've answered this question a couple of times and my answer is always Brock Lesnar, because I'd just love to be in the ring with him and see what it's like. There's nobody quite like Brock Lesnar, as far as pure strength and viciousness and everything.
"I'd love to see if I could hang with him and see how much I could hurt him. I'd love to get in the ring with The Undertaker one day, too. I feel like that's a long shot, I guess, because he wrestles on a limited basis and when he does, it's always a huge deal.
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"But, hopefully I can position myself in the next year or so to be seen as a viable opponent for the Undertaker, because it would be a thrill to be in the ring with him at WrestleMania or anywhere. It can be on a Raw or a live event, I don't really care. I'd just love to be in the ring with him. I feel like that would be an experience I'd never forget."
Owens was once a huge indie wrestling star but has now made it and has solidified himself a place in the big time of the WWE. He has seen the likes of Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker rise to superstardom and, so long as he keeps performing well, he should be able to have a match with one of them or both of them in the ring one day.
He has the crowd connection plus the wrestling skill to compete and work well with The Beast or The Deadman in the ring. He just needs to keep on working as hard as he is on his craft right now, and hopefully, the WWE recognises it and provides him with the opportunity.