Brock Lesnar faces Goldberg tonight at Survivor Series, but it seems that his advocate Paul Heyman is already looking forward to his next challenge.
Brock Lesnar was the longest reigning WWE World Heavyweight Champion up until he was defeated at WrestleMania 31, but it seems that after almost two years on the sidelines, Brock could be ready to step back into the title picture.
It was inevitable that Brock would challenge for the title at some point, but Paul Heyman has now suggested that he will either be winning it or taking it into WrestleMania next year.
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EPIC WRESTLEMANIA CHALLENGE
Heyman recently spoke to Brian Fritz of The Sporting News and was asked about Lesnar's plans leading up to next year's WrestleMania event.
He responded: “I think WrestleMania is the easiest one of all. It’s either Brock Lesnar defending the WWE Universal Heavyweight Championship or Brock Lesnar taking the WWE Universal Heavyweight Championship.”
Given the form that Lesnar is currently in and the fact that he hasn't been pinned in more than three years, there can't possibly be an argument to state why Lesnar should be kept out of the title picture.
KEVIN OWENS VS BROCK LESNAR
Kevin Owens has recently challenged Brock Lesnar to a match with many of the WWE Universe thinking that the former NXT Champion may well have stepped out of his depth.
Of course, this could mean that Owens could well be Lesnar's next challenger at The Royal Rumble, which means he could be set to retain his Championship against Roman Reigns at Roadblock: End of The Line next month.
It will be interesting to see how WWE push Lesnar into the title picture and how they manage him as Champion after everything they went through when he was WWE Champion back in 2014, could this be another record breaking reign for The Beast?
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