Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns are gearing up for one of the biggest matches of their respective careers. Touted as the biggest Wrestlemania main event of all time, the match will witness not one, but two top titles going on the line. While the Tribal Chief will walk in as the Universal Champion, the Beast Incarnate will enter with the WWE Championship resting on his shoulders.
Reigns and Lesnar have been at loggerheads since the Beast Incarnate returned at Summerslam. The two Superstars collided at Crown Jewel, where the Tribal Chief emerged victorious after interferences from The Usos and Paul Heyman. Their second match was scheduled for Day 1, but had to be cancelled at the eleventh hour.
Now they will be colliding at the “Grandest Stage of Them All” – Wrestlemania. Both, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns will be walking into the match with immense momentum. While Reigns has been a Champion since over 500 days, Lesnar is coming off some dominant performances at the Royal Rumble as well as the Elimination Chamber.
The WWE Universe is bound to be divided between the two Superstars. But the division is not only limited to the fans, WWE Hall of Famers have started jumping on the bandwagon too. In a recnet interview with WWE India, Hall of Famer The Great Khali revealed the Superstar that he is supporting.
The WWE Hall of Famer mentioned that he doesn’t think that Roman Reigns’ current dominant streak is going to be broken by Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania. “I don’t think anyone will break this streak as I feel he will win at WrestleMania,” mentioned Khali.
Brock Lesnar is coming off a Wrestlemania loss
Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar are all set to main event Wrestlemania Sunday, in a Champion vs Champion, Title Unification match. On one hand, there is the Tribal Chief, who is coming off a massive Wrestlemania win. He had speared, stacked and pinned Edge as well as Daniel Bryan in the Wrestlemania 37 main event last year!
On the other hand, Brock Lesnar is coming off a huge loss. The last time he had performed at the Showcase of Immortals, he had walked in as the WWE Champion too. But by the end of the night, he was pinned by Drew McIntyre – at Wrestlemania 36. He would be looking forward to improve his record this year.