The dynamic of Monday Night Raw changed at WrestleMania 35 when Brock Lesnar finally dropped the Universal Championship.
After Roman Reigns sadly had to step away from the ring for four months, the strap was handed back to Lesnar at Crown Jewel after a systematic destruction of Braun Strowman.
It meant that Monday nights had an absent champion once again, and it was up to Royal Rumble winner Rollins to make the red brand great again.
That he did, in a surprise WrestleMania twist in which Rollins v Lesnar opened the show, the Kingslayer became the Beastslayer, thanks to a lowblow and three Curb Stomps.
The result paved the way for Lesnar to depart WWE for a while to try and secure the huge fight in UFC that had been touted since last summer against Daniel Cormier.
But a major development occurred last week in which Lesnar told Dana White that he would be retiring from Mixed Martial Arts.
No-one knows how sincere Lesnar's claim is but White sounded pretty certain that Lesnar would not be returning to the Octagon, which means he can commit to future dates with the WWE.
And it looks like his next match has been secured in just three weeks time.
According to WrestleVotes, Lesnar's next match will be against Rollins for the Universal Championship, and it will be at the Super ShowDown in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
This tells us a few things, firstly that Rollins indeed will retain the belt in some way at Money In The Bank this weekend against AJ Styles.
Secondly, the Saudi's are seemingly throwing the cash at part-timers again such as Lesnar, Goldberg and The Undertaker in order to appease their fanbase.
The majority of WWE fans will absolutely not want Lesnar to walk out of Jeddah as Universal Champion, but when Vince McMahon is involved, coupled with lots of money - anything can happen.News Now - Sport News