While we wait to find out who the Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar will be facing at this year's Summer Slam, the rumours continue to go round about who it could be.
While the strongest rumour right now claims that Lesnar will be facing the also returning Randy Orton, one other superstar believes he deserves a chance.
Looking for a chance
As one of the members of the Social Outcasts, it could be seen as a controversial choice if the WWE were to hand the big Summer match against Lesnar to Curtis Axel.
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The former Intercontinental and Tag Team Champion believes that he deserves a chance to take down the Beast and he hasn't been shy about voicing his opinion.
The son of Hall of Famer Curt Hennig, Axel has received praise from of the biggest names in the pro- wrestling industry.
When the Ax-man was recently asked by a fan on Twitter how he would react if he named as Lesnar opponent for Summer Slam, he had the following to say.
Axel clearly confident that he not only deserves the chance to climb into the ring against Lesnar, but clearly feeling that he deserves a bigger push than he is currently being given.
Lesnar has stepped into the ring against Axel before with the social outcast member previously being in the ring with both Lesnar and the Rock prior to their in-ring returns.
Axel has been active on social media lately in a campaign which is seemingly aimed at the WWE creative team.
He recently uploaded a tweet which included a video containing some very praising words from big names around the WWE.
Ending with a very meaningful message from his late father, Axel clearly feels that the WWE creative team should listen to their legends.
Containing quotes from The Rock, Paul Heyman and the Bella Twins, the video certainly leaves you wondering why Axel is arguably wasting away in the Social Outcasts.
One other legend has previously commented on Axel as Bret Hart recently claimed that the WWE is 'wasting' him.