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Who should face Lesnar at Mania?

Discussion in 'Monday Night RAW' started by Juventudinho, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. Juventudinho

    Juventudinho Estou Pronto Administrator

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    Who do you think should face Lesnar, at WrestleMania?

    This doesn't necessarily mean they have to win the Elimination Chamber. Just your preference on who and what would work the best.

    If Strowman v. Lesnar hadn't been done to shit already, I'd say Braun Strowman; however, I'd have to say Samoa Joe. Joe v. Lesnar was a great feud, and they compliment each others styles really well. Enjoyed it a lot.
     
  2. WrestleRacer91

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    Braun. I feel at this point they are almost wasting his momentum of being champion and people caring. Soon it will mean nothing for me if he wins.
     
  3. AidsJohnson

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    Seth Rollins. He's their best heel and the one who could legit go over Lesnar at WM and cement himself as top fo the ladder like HHH for years.
     
  4. Juventudinho

    Juventudinho Estou Pronto Administrator

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    Bro he turned face like 2 years ago.
     
  5. Morton Downey Jr

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    The flaw in that plan is that Rollins is terrible on the mic, a poor heel, and comes across as a mid-carder.

    Lesnar shouldn't be wasted on him.
     
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  7. Juventudinho

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    Batista isn't really good in a Beast v. Beast scenario.

    He's best as a heel against a smaller guy. Him vs. Mysterio and vs. Bryan were some mighty fine programs.
     
  8. Morton Downey Jr

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    You didn't see his matches with Undertaker then.

    They stole the show on numerous PPV's in 2007. Even HBK's best efforts with Cena could not overshadow them. What chance would average talents like Rollins, Zayn and Owens have if Lesnar and Batista performed to their best?
     
  9. Juventudinho

    Juventudinho Estou Pronto Administrator

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    I did watch those matches...11 years ago.

    Watching Batista in 2014, 4 years ago, proved that he was not in the same physical condition to carry hard-hitting matches. Only speculate how much farther his cardiovascular health has fallen since then.
     
  10. Morton Downey Jr

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    Batista is in better shape than Goldberg - or at least on par.

    Didn't stop Goldberg and Lesnar showing up the full timers at Mania last year. HHH gave Rollins the world that night, and Rollins blew it. Vince's reaction after Owens died on his backside with Jericho said it all.
     
  11. Juventudinho

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    Don't think Goldberg was all that healthy either.

    Lesnar and Goldberg was one of the better matches because it was Crash TV. It fit both of their styles so well. It was short, intense, fast-paced and heavy hitting. For the most part, it was just a bunch of spots.
     
  12. Morton Downey Jr

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    Yet it was still the best thing on the card by a mile.

    Batista and Brock could do something similar. WWE don't have much else going on.
     
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