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Brock Lesnar has a heavy WWE schedule heading into WrestleMania 34

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Brock Lesnar will unquestionably be in the main event for WrestleMania 34 next year, and it's a main event that WWE seems to have had planned for several years now.

With the John Cena's and Undertaker's now winding down in their storied careers, the WWE is now looking for the new face of its company. They seem to have found that in Roman Reigns, who WWE has been grooming for some time now to dethrone Lesnar on "The Grandest Stage Of Them All."

Reigns currently reigns as the Intercontinental Champion on Monday Night RAW, and has yet to be thrown into a storyline with Lesnar to prepare themselves for their expected clash at WrestleMania 34.

Lesnar currently holds the Universal Championship and will defend his belt once again at the Royal Rumble in a Triple Threat match against Braun Strowman and Kane.

While it's unknown if Reigns will hold onto the Intercontinental Title going into WrestleMania, the common belief is that he will win the Royal Rumble match to set-up their match-up.

As for "The Beast," he is currently considered a part-time talent as he doesn't appear weekly on WWE TV. Instead he returns to RAW to set up or continue a build-up to whatever feud he's involved in at the time.

It appears though as we head into WrestleMania season, Lesnar is expected to be working a much heavier schedule. He's currently scheduled to make his return to Monday Night RAW next week on January 1st.

Lesnar is also scheduled to appear on the January eighth, 22nd, and February 26th episodes of RAW. He will also be working a live show on January 27th in a one-on-one match against Kane, which the company is advertising as the pair's first match against one another.

What are your thoughts on Lesnar working a heavier schedule before WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans next year? Do you think that it's a good idea for him to have more physical contact before the biggest professional wrestling show of the year? Or is it good for him to kick some of the rust off he may have from not wrestling as much before likely taking on Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!

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