5 reasons why WWE wants Seth Rollins Vs. Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 35
With Brock Lesnar ruling the company with the Universal Champion, WWE definitely needs a credible challenger to step up and bring the fight to the Beast Incarnate.
Since WrestleMania 35 is going to hit our screens next year, the company could be planning something exceptional to culminate the Grandest Stage of Them All.
There are multiple reports suggesting that Vince McMahon could be bringing Seth Rollins and Brock Lesnar for a marquee encounter to close the Show of Shows.
Seth Rollins is one of the greatest in-ring performers of this generation and would take the Beast Incarnate to his absolute limit, and that too for the Universal Championship.
A title that has eluded Rollins' career for a long time, the Architect would be willing to put all on the line to get the job done and slay the Mayor of Suplex City for good.
Here are the 5 biggest reasons why Vince McMahon wants Seth Rollins to face Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 35.
#1 Nobody has closed WrestleMania in a way Seth Rollins has by embarrassing two of the biggest stars on the same night
There's no denying that Seth Rollins was part of possibly the greatest ending to any WrestleMania ever when he cashed-in his MITB contract to win the WWE Championship.
Since Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns went to war before the Architect sealed the deal with a shocking victory, there's enough room for a fantastic story here.
If kayfabe is anything to take into consideration, there's no way the Beast Incarnate can forget what happened night and embarrassing it was to drop the title in such fashion.
While Vince McMahon has constantly pushed the idea of Roman Reigns as the regular WrestleMania headliner, Rollins' culmination of WrestleMania 31 proves that he could go again and run riot with the Mayor of Suplex City.
The fans will never forget what happened that night, and with Rollins already proving to be a threat to the Universal Champion, it's about time he gatecrashes Suplex City and burns it to the ground.