5 Rivalries for Brock Lesnar after WrestleMania 35
- Brock Lesnar could be facing a murderers' row after WrestleMania 35.
"The Beast Incarnate" Brock Lesnar is currently the reigning, defending, undisputed WWE Universal Heavyweight Champion of the world, and is all set to defend his title against none other than familiar foe Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 35 which takes place at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on April 7th.
Now, while the match could go either way -- with Lesnar retaining or Rollins winning the Universal Title and becoming the new king of the RAW brand -- the 2019 post-WrestleMania season for Lesnar is undoubtedly a highly intriguing one.
It's indeed a well-known fact that Lesnar will likely compete in an MMA fight against UFC Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier for the latter's title this year. However, irrespective of whether or not Lesnar ever steps back into the world of MMA, all signs point towards him continuing with the WWE, especially given the fact that the next 10 years are likely the final stretch of his in-ring professional wrestling career.
Today, we take a closer look at the likeliest rivalries Brock Lesnar could be booked in after WrestleMania 35...
#5. Brock Lesnar vs. Drew McIntyre
This is, beyond the shadow of a doubt, one of the most interesting feuds the WWE could book Brock Lesnar in, after WrestleMania 35. Over the past few years, Drew McIntyre has truly turned his career around for good, and after returning to the WWE main roster last year, The Scottish Psychopath has established himself as a force to be reckoned with on Monday Night RAW.
Both Lesnar and McIntyre are physically well-matched against one another, and a rivalry between these two behemoths will most definitely capture the imagination of the professional wrestling fans as well as experts worldwide.
Perhaps the "X Factor" in this feud would be that if Lesnar is still the WWE Universal Champion after WrestleMania 35; McIntyre starting a feud with The Beast after 'Mania, and then dethroning Lesnar around August at WWE SummerSlam, would be the perfect launchpad to propel The Scottish Psychopath as a bona fide megastar...