Brock Lesnar Removed From WWE PPV Match?

Brock Lesnar made a thunderous debut in the WWE in 2002, quickly becoming a dominant force in the ring. His raw power, exceptional athleticism, and indomitable spirit earned him the moniker of “The Next Big Thing.” Lesnar’s rise to the top was swift, as he challenged The Rock for the WWE Championship at SummerSlam 2002, setting a record as the youngest World Champion.



Lesnar, known as the Beast Incarnate, demonstrated his supremacy in the ring with his signature move, the F5. This awe-inspiring feat of strength has become synonymous with Lesnar, striking fear into the hearts of opponents and cementing his place as one of the greatest powerhouses in sports entertainment history. The F5, a testament to Lesnar’s unparalleled might and athletic ability, serves as the ultimate conclusion to his reign of terror in the WWE universe.

Lesnar’s departure from the WWE in 2004 came as a shock to the sports entertainment world. Despite growing frustration with the demanding lifestyle of a WWE Superstar, Lesnar left a lasting impression on the fans with his relentless intensity and dominance. Vince McMahon, the chairman of WWE, recognized the impact of the F5 and sought to find a new Superstar to carry on Lesnar’s legacy by making the maneuver their own.

Xero News took to Twitter and reported that Brock Lesnar will face GUNTHER at WrestleMania 39, with Brock Lesnar vs. Bobby Lashley being removed from the card.

As reported before cant remember who by

Brock vs Gunther is now the working plan for Mania

Brock/Lashley will have final match this weekend

Talk is Brock/Gunther will likely be for IC title.

Gunther made an appearance on After The Bell with Corey Graves to discuss a wide range of topics.

During it, the Intercontinental Champion looked back on his showdown with Brock Lesnar in the 30-Man Royal Rumble match last month and stated that he wants the singles match eventually.

“That’s a matchup I definitely want to have at some point in my career. Obviously, there was a lot of talk about it going on, especially online, but sometimes what is the thing online doesn’t translate to the live reaction. So I think that little moment I had with him there, that was all I needed right now because that was just the real life confirmation that it makes sense, that people are up for this. I was really happy with how everything went down. I said that before like people portrayed me as some sort of end boss character sometimes. If I have one end boss, I think Brock is the one. So let’s see If everything aligns at some point and it’s just gonna happen.”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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