3 Reasons why Brock Lesnar vs AJ Styles is a bad idea and 2 reasons why it's a good one
Till about a few days ago, the WWE Universe were not looking forward to this year's edition of Survivor Series and rightly so. The PPV was marred by sub-par matches that nobody cared about. But as they say, 'anything can happen in the WWE' and a slew of surprising announcements later, we now have an overhauled match line-up, which is much better than the original.
WWE fans all around the world breathed the biggest sigh of relief when AJ Styles pinned Jinder Mahal to become a two-time WWE Champion. As a result, instead of an underwhelming encounter between Mahal and Lesnar, fans will witness a match they never thought they would ever see inside a WWE ring.
Survivor Series will witness an epic encounter between AJ Styles and Brock Lesnar, in what should be a match for the ages.
But is it a wise decision by the WWE to pit these two larger than life superstars against each other at Survivor Series? Here, we take a look at three reasons why Brock Lesnar vs AJ Styles at Survivor Series is a bad idea and two reasons why it's a good one.
#1 Bad Idea - Brock Lesnar will win
Ever since Brock Lesnar shocked the entire world by ending The Undertaker's undefeated winning streak at Wrestlemania 30, the Lesnar train has been impossible to stop. "The Beast" has conquered and decimated every WWE Superstar he has stepped inside the squared circle with. John Cena, Randy Orton, Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, Triple H, Big Show, Dean Ambrose were completely annihilated at the hands of Lesnar with ease.
It makes one wonder, does AJ Styles stand a chance against Lesnar at the last big PPV of the year? The answer is, unfortunately, a BIG no.
The whole idea behind the monstrous booking of Brock Lesnar is to establish WWE as Roman Reigns' yard. Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar at next year's Wrestlemania is a sure-fire thing, and "The Big Dog" is expected to win this marquee encounter.
The WWE seems gung-ho about the coronation of Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania and a loss for Brock Lesnar before that will lead to his momentum coming to a screeching halt. Thus, when AJ Styles squares off against Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series, it will be wise to expect Lesnar to emerge victorious in this incredible clash.
Also, if AJ Styles loss to Finn Balor at TLC is anything to go by, then Styles does not stand a chance in beating any well established Raw Superstar, let alone the champ of Monday Nights.
AJ Styles deserved to win at TLC, and he once again deserves to win at Survivor Series, but the WWE Universe knows better by now.