During the men’s Royal Rumble event on Saturday, Brock Lesnar made his comeback to WWE, making an impression by sending superstars to Suplex City and wreaking havoc in his wake. The goal of Bobby Lashley’s victory over “The Beast Incarnate” was to theoretically set up a match between the two. But before all of that drama, Lesnar and Gunther made references to a potential showdown, with some believing it might happen at WrestleMania 39.
Although WWE teased a storyline involving the two during the Royal Rumble fight, Lesnar vs. Gunther isn’t currently on the company’s creative calendar. A bout between Gunther and Lesnar for WrestleMania 39 has been ruled out as of right now, according to Dave Meltzer, who made the revelation on the most recent episode of “Wrestling Observer Radio.” This is because Lesnar and Lashley will be in another match at the event, according to WWE officials.
Of course, since WrestleMania 39 will take place over two nights, Lesnar might battle Lashley and Gunther. Meltzer said that although it might be a fight for a later event, Lesnar’s exchange with Gunther was probably done to gauge the reaction of the crowd. The Gunther incident was really a tease, Meltzer claimed, suggesting that “someday, we’ve got this in our pocket; we could do it.” Given that Lashley and Lesnar have each defeated the other, a rematch seems inevitable.
Brock Lesnar expressed his dissatisfaction with the WWE’s demands
A stipulation match, which Lashley said might not even occur in a wrestling ring last year, will decide the overall winner. One of the most well-known figures in WWE right now is Brock Lesnar, The Beast Incarnate. Since his debut in 2002, he had been forced. Lesnar informed management that he would leave the company after WrestleMania 20.
Although it appeared that the company was not happy by his choice, there was panic when he made his official statement backstage. In numerous interviews, Brock Lesnar expressed his dissatisfaction with the WWE’s demands for constant travel and appearances. He did like being in the ring, but he had no interest in the other aspects of the business. Lesnar, who was overburdened, decided to leave the organization and later pursue an MMA career.