Brock Lesnar was last seen at Wrestlemania 32 in a street fight match with Dean Ambrose that was highly disappointed. After being in toughest competitions in past Wrestlemania over the years, this year was almost a no contest for him. Dean was having concussions and was barred from going the most extreme and Brock was never taken to the limit. So the beast was not in full force. Vince himself thinks that it was a big misuse of Brock’s star power after he did not use properly of the Wyatt vs. Brock Lesnar feud.
Hopefully, there’s something big waiting for Brock lovers as he will head towards next year’s Wrestlemania. With one of the highest paid athletes in WWE roster today, Brock appears only in highly anticipated capacity and so he will not appear, as of now, until Summerslam comes around.
Around this year’s Summerslam, the Wyatt-Lesnar feud is still in the pipeline and will come to fruition if everything goes according to the plans. Wyatt is injured after the UK tour of WWE and will return to rebuild the feud with Lensar when he returns around Summerslam. He will have one-on-one matches with Wyatt himself as well as the black sheep Braun Strowman.
The interesting news is that Vince McMahon himself thought something that is mouth watering for the fans as a Wrestlemania treat. According to dailywrestlingnews.com, Vince has already penciled the sketch of letting the beats go against the Great One at the showcase of immortals’ 33rd edition form Orlando, Florida.
Though, this is not the first time that the Rock vs. Brock match is being targeted but did not come to fruition. Considering Brock Lesnar’s contract with WWE, Vince is desperately trying to pull it off at next year’s Wrestlemania. There is no official information on Brock Lesnar’s next appearance but Daily Wrestling Observer previously reported his next appearance will be in Honolulu, Hawaii.