Shane McMahon will be booked in a prominent role at WrestleMania 38, while Bad Bunny will not appear at the event.
Bad Bunny's Royal Rumble appearance will not lead to a WrestleMania moment this year. That is not the case for Shane McMahon.
We were told that McMahon is booked for WrestleMania. We were not told what his role is at this time, but he's scheduled for the show.
— Steve Carrier (@steve_carrier) January 31, 2022
Brock Lesnar dropped the WWE title against the ‘dream’ match against Bobby Lashley after WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns attacked him during the match. ‘The Beast Incarnate’ went on to enter the last night’s 30-Man Royal Rumble Match in the No.30 spot. Following the event, WWE RAW commentator Corey Graves joked that Lesnar “stole” his No.30 spot in the match.Previously, it was noted that Lesnar’s Royal Rumble win led to emergency.
Corey Graves sends a message to Brock Lesnar
Corey Graves took to Twitter following the Royal Rumble and has claimed that Lesnar stole his spot in the match. The WWE commentator joked about losing a chance to compete in the Royal Rumble amidst rumors of his possible in-ring return for the company.
Here’s what Graves tweeted out:
“Brock stole my number.”
Check it out below:
Brock stole my number.#RoyalRumble
— Corey Graves (@WWEGraves) January 30, 2022
Lesnar had had some more work to do than usual. Earlier in the night, Lesnar lost the WWE Championship to Bobby Lashley after a heel turn from Paul Heyman. ‘The Beast Incarnate’ won the men’s match. The former world champion entered the contest at #30 and eliminated Drew McIntyre last to book his spot in WrestleMania’s main event.
Roman Reigns first hit Lesnar with a spear before asking Paul Heyman to hand over the WWE Championship. The Tribal Chief then smashed Lesnar in the face with the title, allowing Bobby Lashley to cover Lesnar and become a 2-time WWE Champion. Lesnar and Reigns could possibly have their huge match at WrestleMania 38 for the Universal Championship. Lesnar is set to address the fans for the first time on Monday Night RAW after winning the Royal Rumble match. WrestleMania 38 will be held on April 2-3, 2022 at the AT&T Stadium in the Dallas suburb of Arlington, Texas.