Will Brock Lesnar take on Seth Rollins at Wrestlemania 35? (Photo credit: wwe.com) & nbsp
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is planning the next Wrestlemania 35 with full force. Wrestlemania is the largest of the WWE of Pay Per View (PPV) and Vince McMahon and co. He will do everything possible to make it a massive success. Throughout the years, Wrestlemania has given WWE Universe memorable moments, some classic games and complete entertainment. And with Wrestlemania 35 coming soon, WWE is planning a big showdown between "Beast Incarnate" and current WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and current WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins. The two superstars of the WWE have been involved in some instant classic over the years and Wrestlemania has been a special setting for both.
Lesnar, who is not expected to have a fight before the Royal Rumble 2019, faced Rollins earlier in Battleground 2015, when Rollins was the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. That game gave the fans unforgettable moments when The Undertaker made a surprise comeback during that game, which ultimately caused Lesnar to remove Rollins from the rules and win the disqualification.
According to The Wrestling Observer newsletter, WWE is now planning a clash between Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins and they also note that WWE will show the battle of Roman Reigns leukemia in the story to make things more spicy and personal.
"If it was up to me, it would be tomorrow, you know, but you have to wait for the title shots," Rollins said in an interview with Rob Petree on Eagle 977 of Delaware 105.9.
"Our champion is currently Brock Lesnar on Raw, our Universal Champion, and he is a force to be reckoned with, he is also someone who chooses to defend his title and fight on his own time, so you really have to be lucky Landing those title shots, "he added.
If the game between Rollins and Lesnar goes ahead, then it is very possible that Rollins will drop the Intercontinental WWE title before Wrestlemania, probably Dean Ambrose, with whom he is fighting.
Meanwhile, Brock Lesnar does not have a scheduled game on the WWE TLC Pay-Per-View on Dec. 16, while Seth Rollins will defend his title in a long-awaited match against Dean Ambrose on the PPV TLC.