WrestleMania 32 was last night and it is safe to say that the WWE pulled no punches in putting on one hell of a show.
Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels and Mick Foley all teamed up to hit a finisher party on The League of Nations, while The Rock won the quickest match in WrestleMania history before John Cena made a shock return from injury to help Rocky take down The Wyatt Family.
So much happened that there is literally not enough space to include it all in the introduction to this article, which is based on one man - the Beast Incarnate himself, Brock Lesnar - who's post-Mania plans may have been hinted at by Paul Heyman.
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Brock's mouthpiece and advocate was interviewed in the run up to his client's match. Interestingly, Heyman noted two distinct possibilities for what Lesnar could get up to now that WrestleMania 32 is in the rear window.
“There is certainly unfinished business with the Wyatt Family, which will be addressed when Brock Lesnar feels like it, at his whim, at his leisure, and convenience and at his pleasure as well," Heyman said when asked about Lesnar's post-'Mania plans by Alexandra Irving of Bleacher Report.
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Heyman's next comments were more interesting, saying that Lesnar could instead bypass Bray and the Wyatt Family, instead focusing his eyes directly on the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
"Obviously, the goal for Brock Lesnar is always to be the reigning, and here’s the key word defending, undisputed WWE Heavyweight Champion of the world so whomever comes out of the Triple H versus Roman Reigns match for the title is going to have Brock Lesnar breathing down their neck.”
Lesnar vs Reigns
As we all now know, Reigns got the win over The Game last night and was crowned the new WWE Champion.
Lesnar came out of 'Mania with his hand held up after beating Dean Ambrose in the No Holds Barred street fight between the two superstars. The fact that no real weapons were used - no, a chair and a kendo stick don't count as real weapons when you have a chainsaw and baseball bat covered in barbed wire at your disposal - was a letdown and so was the fact the match barely last 10 minutes.
Then there's the fact that Ambrose was pinned after just one F5, despite previously stating on an episode of Monday Night Raw that Lesnar's finisher doesn't actually even hurt that much.
But, if you put all of that aside, it was still a fun match and there must be some reasoning for Lesnar to get the win on the grandest stage of them all.
So, is Roman Reigns next on Brock Lesnar's destroy list? We'll have to wait and see to find out.