Brock Lesnar could fight Drew McIntyre?



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Brock Lesnar could fight Drew McIntyre?

WWE is working right now to schedule a big match in the coming weeks. It is now a few months since he returned to the Main Roster, exactly he made his appearance at SummerSlam at the end of the match between John Cena and Roman Reigns and from that moment he waged a feud between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns with the agent and Mad Genius of WWE Paul Heyman as an interesting point of reference.

The Beast Incarnate has now become once again a staple of the company and on January 1, 2022, in the Pay per View of Day 1, it will face the Tribal Chief in a match valid for the Universal Championship in a new match. The two have already met in a meeting in Saudi Arabia at Crown Jewel and Reigns got the better of it thanks to the help of the rest of the Bloodline, namely his two cousins ​​Jey and Jimmy Uso.

Now there will be a showdown between the two. Through its channels, WWE has advertised in a match at the Supershow at the TD Garden in Boston to be held next 2022. In this meeting, former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre will face the winner of the match between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns on Day 1 for , of course, the Universal Championship title.

This means that at the Supershow there could be a title match between Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre, of course if The Beast Incarnate wins out on Day 1.
This eventual meeting intrigues the WWE Universe a lot as it was The Scottish Psychopath to put an end to the last reign of Lesnar as a champion, on the occasion of Wrestlemania 36.

In addition, the WWE has advertised several encounters that could see Brock Lesnar among the protagonists and that are Show. The January 15th WWE Supershow was announced at The Fargodome in Fargo, a February 5th Supershow in Salt Lake City and finally a February 6th WWE Supershow at the ExtraMile Arena in Boise.

The feud between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns has been going on for months and some say it could even carry on up to Wrestlemania 38 where WWE could use it as their main Main Event.

Bret Hart: "I could have beaten André the Giant in WWE"

One of the most iconic WWF characters of the 80s and 90s was definitely André The Giant, a huge big man who met the WWE Immortal Hulk Hogan on several occasions, creating moments and storylines that have become historic for the whole world of pro-wrestling, with Hogan's bodyslam at Wrestlemania 3, right on André, who has become one of the planetary symbols of disicplina and known by young and old.

When the wrestling world needed truly defined babyface and heel, André was one of McMahon's top heels, with his feuds and his matches that were sought after by companies all over the world, with the French athlete who, despite being dead prematurely due to the illness that had made him so tall and impressive, he still had one of the longest-running, award-winning and most admired careers in the entire pro-wrestling world.

One of the great matches that is missing, however, in the history of André The Giant, despite the two having crossed paths in the WWF rings on some occasions, is the one between the first McMahon Hall of Famer and Bret Hart, with the Canadian who has wanted to talk about this missed opportunity in his last interview, always in the way that only Bret Hart can do.

Recently interviewed by the microphones of q in CBC, Bret Hart spoke at length about the beginning of his career and obviously in doing so he could also mention Hulk Hogan and André the Giant, who at the time were the most famous characters of the whole world of wrestling.

Regarding the challenge never had against André, Bret wanted to state: "I was a special kind of one-of-a-kind wrestler who changed the direction of wrestling and brought wrestling back to being wrestling and not just a thing of giant arms or how tall you had to be or what kind of physique you had to have.

I was a westler who was a wrestler, fans loved me for the wrestler I was and who could go against anyone. Bret Hart could have fought with André The Giant and maybe even beat him and it would have been believable. And it all comes from the way I developed being a wrestler."