Despite the tension between Shane McMahon and Brock Lesnar growing following the SummerSlam fallout, there are no plans to have the two meet in a match, according to NoDQ.
Brock Lesnar was the highlight of the SummerSlam pay-per-view earlier this month after he dismantled Randy Orton in the main event, eventually winning by total knockout.
The Beast busted open Orton with viscous elbows to the head, which resulted in the Viper needing 10 stitches in his head following the match.
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Not only did Lesnar demolish Orton, he also turned his attentions to the SmackDown LIVE commissioner, who had made his way to the ring to try and stop the massacre.
However, McMahon was clearly in the wrong place at the wrong time and received an F-5 for his troubles, resulting in Lesnar receiving a fine from Raw commissioner Stephanie McMahon the following night.
Shane was then asked on SmackDown LIVE what would happen to Brock, and he admitted that it's far from over between the two.
Despite saying this, it's believed there won't actually be a match between Shane McMahon and Brock Lesnar, but instead, the commissioner of SmackDown LIVE can choose Lesnar's next opponent.
Although there has been talks backstage of a match between the two, it's looking more likely that McMahon will just choose Lesnar's next opponent instead, and it's believed to take place in the new year.
Lesnar is scheduled to return to WWE in January, which could see him have a match at the Royal Rumble, likely to be against a wrestler of Shane's choosing.
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