WWE: Brock Lesnar all set to defend Universal Title before Wrestlemania
Brock Lesnar is a part-time performer in the WWE ever since returning in the company in 2012. Despite all the backlashes from the critics claiming whether this role gives him a chance to become the champion in the WWE, the company heads did not hesitate to give him a long run with the coveted title that began at Wrestlemania 33.
Following his win at Royal Rumble, it was evident that he might not defend the championship until the next Wrestlemania.
However, a recently released schedule confirmed that the beast incarnate will be seen in action defending the title in the month of March. The opponent for him was also revealed in this show prior to the biggest event of the year.
According to the reports, WWE will be hosting a live event on March 3rd in Chicago, Illinois. With Wrestlemania 34 on the verge, the company is intended to deliver some power-packed matches.
Hence, the reigning Universal Champion Brock Lesnar was booked in this rare appearance to defend his championship.
— United Center (@UnitedCenter) January 23, 2018
His opponent from the night will be none other than one-third member of the Royal Rumble title match, Kane.
The event will take place at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. It is going to be a Raw-exclusive live event where the Big Red Machine will receive yet another opportunity to the Universal title in a singles competition.
Previously, these two competed only in one singles match in their entire career.
A vignette was released to promote the upcoming show which has confirmed that the ‘free agent’ John Cena will also be a part of the show on that night.
The franchise player, Roman Reigns will be in action, for sure being the cornerstone of the red brand. Their opponents on the night were not yet known, till date.
Check out more updates on the this Chicago event, (courtesy SportsKeeda.com):
“Besides, the event marks 20 years since the WWE held a show at the United Center. The reason behind WWE not putting on the show at its usual venue—the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois, is that the venue has been booked for a Monster Jam event for the entire week.”
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