5 reasons why Roman Reigns shouldn't face Brock Lesnar in WrestleMania 34
While things were looking pretty promising for the WWE Superstar Roman Reigns after he had reunited with The Shield and won The Intercontinental Championship title, things hit a tailspin shortly after that and his latest main event push is unravelling once again. Unfortunately for Reigns, who was rumoured to be facing Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 34, this has to be even worse than his last one.
With that being said and the main event match against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 34 hanging in the balance, here are five reasons why Reigns should not main event the show of show's this year. In the end, Reigns has proved to be a lot better in the ring and on the mic this year, but it just still isn't enough to give him the biggest match of the year... again!
#5 Its been done before
Believe it or not, WWE has tried to do this before and failed miserably each time. The first incident came in the months leading up to WrestleMania 31, where Reigns was rumoured to be winning the WWE title from Brock Lesnar in the main event. Sadly it never culminated and WWE was forced to go with plan B and put the title on Rollins instead.
It happened again at WrestleMania 32 when Reigns finally won the WWE title from Triple H in the main event and then lost it a few months later due to a wellness policy violation. The wellness policy violation left Reigns in WWE's bad graces for a month, but his fortune quickly changed when he was booked to face The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33.
It happened a third time at WrestleMania 33, where Roman Reigns beat The Undertaker in Orlando Florida and got one of the biggest heel reactions of all time afterwards. In fact, the heat was so bad that WWE was forced to write him off television for awhile after an encounter with Bruan Strowman.
Keep in mind that John Cena versus The Rock was one of the most anticipated WrestleMania main events of all time, but The WWE Universe even soured on that after they found out it would be happening again the very next year. In the end, The WWE Universe can turn on anything, especially if its done several times in obvious fashion.