Bray Wyatt has been handed the monstrous task of taking on Brock Lesnar at WWE's final pay-per-view before WrestleMania, Roadblock this Saturday night.
The Wyatt Family picked a fight with Brock Lesnar earlier this year and saw his dominance personified at the Royal Rumble when he eliminated three members of the family before Erick Rowan, Luke Harper and Braun Strowman then teamed up to eliminate the Beast Incarnate and cost him the chance of a second WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
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This was when Vince McMahon was apparently hoping for Brock and Bray to collide on the grandest stage of them all net month but in the build up to FastLane's triple threat match, Vince saw that Dean Ambrose vs Brock Lesnar could be a better money spinner for The Company.
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This left The Wyatt's once again in the situation where they had picked a fight with a star but they were in no hope of continuing the rivalry until Roadblock was announced and Bray was given his chance to prove his family are the dominant force that he has proclaimed them to be.
This does one again leave WWE in a corner when it comes to booking this event, because if Bray Wyatt does manage to defeat Brock then it means that he will go into his Street Fight with Dean Ambrose with a less than perfect record.
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The Wyatt Family will obviously involve themselves in the match, but if they beat Brock down again then it would set up a re-match when Brock should be looking in Ambrose's direction.
Brock needs to go into WrestleMania undefeated because someone like Dean Ambrose would be the right person to hand Brock his first defeat.
Although, if Dean Ambrose was victorious in his match against Triple H then maybe this also leaves his match with Brock Lesnar up in the air? Or could Brock easily brush aside The New Face of Fear and then interfere in the main event?
WWE need to book this carefully because Bray Wyatt has already come to the point in his career where it seems WWE have no idea what to do with him, and booking him to be annihilated by Brock as a way to build up his WrestleMania match against Ambrose would be a bad idea for both Brock and Bray.
This match has the potential to be one of the matches of the night as long as it is booked correctly and it gives both men the future conflicts they require.
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