Gunther Mentioned That He Is Planning To Face The Beast Incarnate This Week

Brock Lesnar and WWE Intercontinental Champion Gunther will soon meet. In possession of the IC title for well over 250 days, The Ring General has been a resounding victor. The longest-reigning WWE Intercontinental Champion of the twenty-first century is actually Gunther.

During his brutal title reign, the Austrian Bruiser has defeated rivals like Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura, Sheamus, Rey Mysterio, and Braun Strowman. Gunther mentioned that he planned to face The Beast Incarnate this week after the Bell podcast. “I’ve talked about it before. I would definitely like to play in that match at some point in my career. Also, there was a lot of discussion about it, especially online.”

“Online information doesn’t always translate to real life. I believe that the brief encounter I had with him there was all I needed at the time. “That was merely the tangible evidence that people are capable of doing this,” Gunther stated. The Beast must cope with Bobby Lashley while Gunther clamours for a match against Brock Lesnar. Brock has appeared to lose against Lashley in their past two confrontations.

Brock Lesnar expressed his dissatisfaction with the WWE’s demands

At the Royal Rumble in 2017, The All-Mighty defeated Brock Lesnar by pinfall, albeit with considerable assistance from Roman Reigns. In what may be their final matchup at the Elimination Chamber in Montreal, Canada, it will be interesting to watch which of the two titans prevails.

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.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.