5 Brock Lesnar matches WWE could have booked
Brock Lesnar returned to WWE following an 8-year absence in 2012 and has had a number of exciting and excellent matches with superstars both during and after his first run with WWE. Brock has torn the house down with the likes of CM Punk, Seth Rollins, and AJ Styles, while also retaining magic he previously shared with John Cena and The Undertaker. We have even seen 'The Beast' battle big names he didn't get to originally, like Triple H and Randy Orton.
Yes, Brock Lesnar has had one incredible WWE career, yet it could have been better. It now seems highly likely that Brock will be parting ways with WWE this year. His contract expires just after WrestleMania, but it is being said that he still has several dates with WWE yet to be used and can't leave until they are fulfilled, which has brought upon rumors of Brock officially departing after SummerSlam. Brock will likely challenge whoever he loses the WWE Universal Championship to post-WrestleMania, and is then rumored to have his final feud with former Impact World Champion and Bellator MMA fighter Bobby Lashley, who many are expecting to return to WWE this year. This leaves many should have been Brock Lesnar matches that we didn't get to see in WWE. Here are what I believe are the top 5.
#5 Brock Lesnar vs Aleister Black
Now this one is the least likely to have ever happened due to the former Tommy End only debuting for WWE NXT in 2017, but it is not impossible either. Aleister Black is quite possibly the best wrestler in all of NXT at the moment. The winner of the NXT Male Competitor of the Year award is one of the toughest superstars in recent memory and commands both respect and fear upon his entrance.
I can't see this match happening before Brock leaves but at the same time, it is not completely impossible. Aleister could make his way to the main roster post-WrestleMania, and I can't imagine a better way to get him over with the casual fans than for him and Brock to have what would be an exciting match full of brawls and kicks, that would see Brock Lesnar, Fade to Black.