Friday, March 30, 2012

Brock Lesnar Shows Up Wrestlemania 28

It appears that one of the most legendary competitors in both the world of professional wrestling and mixed Martial Arts may be in Miami this weekend.  Indeed Brock Lesnar, who had retired from the Ultimate Fighting Championship or UFC earlier in 2012, may be stopping by. There seemed to have been some questions about what his future lies but could Lesnar's future lie in a stop at Wrestlemania 28.

Brock Lesnar to Show Up at Wrestlemania 28, To Potentially Attack the Rock

Make no mistake about it, Brock Lesnar against the Rock II might be one of the biggest return matches for WWE. While the rumors point to another John Cena against the Rock match, Lesnar against the Rock seems like a more compelling match from both fan interest and WWE business standpoint. They had one match at Summerslam 2002 and that match was the highlight of the night, the match that absolutely stole the show one on one.

Obviously, nothing happens until it happens in WWE, with plans being changed, rumors being proved false, people talking out of there backsides all of the time. Regardless it does appear that this weekend, Brock Lesnar could potentially crash the part for Wrestlemania 29. Lesnar is in Miami and he might be a free man, as Dana White has stated that he could legally show up.

Lesnar versus the Rock has been one rumor for a huge match and always we must talk about the Undertaker versus Brock Lesnar showdown where the seeds were planted all the way back in October of 2010. Lesnar and Undertaker have had many epic wars and so there are going to be two money matches. And obviously, you cannot discount the very real possibility that Brock Lesnar will take on John Cena. That would be the ultimate clash of opposites, the tough fighting machine against the poster child of the PG era.

There are any number of dream matches that are on the table. It is just a matter of whether or not WWE is willing to pull the trigger on said dream matches. Brock Lesnar might be crashing the part this Sunday. That is one of many reasons to tune in to Wrestlemania 28.

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