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Backstage News On Who WWE Wants The New Brock Lesnar To Be

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• Backstage News On Who WWE Wants The New Brock Lesnar To Be

Prior to WrestleMania 30 in 2014, when The Streak was still alive, The Undertaker was the man to beat in the WWE.

After Brock Lesnar broke the streak, Lesnar took The Undertaker’s spot at the top of the mountain as the new unstoppable force.

Now, with 2022 less than a few weeks away, WWE wants Roman Reigns to take Lesnar’s spot as the next unstoppable force.

WWE has been working on this for a while now, as Reigns hasn’t been pinned in over 700 days and has been the Universal Champion for almost 500 days now.

Here’s what Andrew Zarian of the Mat Men Pro Wrestling Podcast reported about it:

“The whole story is that he is a monster. He is the Brock Lesnar now. He is undefeated. He has been the champion for over 400 days. This guy is not going to lose and he is going to continue winning until someone dethrones him.”

Reigns and Lesnar will collide once again, as they kick off the new year with a Universal Title rematch at the WWE Day 1 PPV.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 15, 1996) – WWF In Your House 12: It’s Time

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 15, 1996, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF In Your House 12: It’s Time’ LIVE on PPV from the West Palm Beach Auditorium in West Palm Beach, Florida.

The main event of this pay-per-view event saw Bret “The Hitman” Hart, who returned from his hiatus a month earlier at Survivor Series, challenging WWF World Heavyweight Champion “Sycho” Sid for the belt.

Below are the results:

– Flash Funk def. Leif Cassidy

– WWF Tag Team Championship: Owen Hart and The British Bulldog (c) def. Fake Diesel & Fake Razor Ramon

– WWF Intercontinental Championship: Marc Mero def. Hunter Hearst Helmsley (c) via count-out

– Armageddon Rules: The Undertaker def. The Executioner

– WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Sycho Sid (c) def. Bret Hart

        
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