5 Reasons why SummerSlam should be Brock Lesnar's last ever WWE match
Brock Lesnar is at the top of the WWE. Is it time he left?
Samoa Joe. Big, bad Samoan outlaw with a pronounced mean streak and a worrisome inclination to cross any moral boundary to achieve his ends.
Roman Reigns. Greek god clone with a humongous chip on his shoulder; entitled to a fault and bullishly convinced of his own greatness.
Braun Strowman. A monster among men, a colossus among mortals. Your worst nightmare manifested in 2 meters tall of will to dominate and thirst for destruction.
Does Brock Lesnar have his work cut out at WWE SummerSlam or what?
One of the most delightful things for a fan heading into the event is that you actually, honestly don't have any idea who will walk out with that gaudy red Championship belt held over their head.
And given the sheer volume of insider gossip that filters through to the internet nowadays, that's a refreshing and welcome change.
Never has a Brock Lesnar victory looked so uncertain going into a big match. And that, among a host of other reasons I will regale you with shortly, could mean that this is also the best time for Vince to plan for life after him.
Here then, are 5 reasons why WWE SummerSlam should be the final chapter of Brock Lesnar's WWE career.