Brock Lesnar’s Status For WrestleMania 35 Confirmed
Brock Lesnar‘s status is confirmed for WWE’s biggest pay-per-view of 2019, WrestleMania 35, as revealed by Brad Shepard on Oh, You Didn’t Know podcast.
The reigning Universal Champion will defend his title against Braun Strowman in three weeks at Royal Rumble. Now that The Beast is confirmed for WrestleMania, the chances of the Monster winning the title on January 27 are slimmer than ever as Seth Rollins is the new favorite to dethrone Lesnar on April 7.
“I can confirm that Brock Lesnar is in the plans for WrestleMania.” – Brad Sheperd
John Cena To Reportedly Work An Undertaker Schedule
16-time World Champion John Cena is now a part-timer in WWE. The Champ will compete at this year’s Men’s Royal Rumble match but it appears that he will only work “major, major” events going forward, a schedule quite similar to that of the The Undertaker.
Joe Peisich reported on Barnburner’s No Holds Barred podcast:
“John Cena is going to be like The Undertaker. He’s going to show up on major, major events and that’s it after the Royal Rumble. He may show up at WrestleMania, but John Cena don’t forget he’s 42-years-old now and his days are past.”
Hulk Hogan Comments On Kenny Omega Not Signing With WWE
During a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan commented on Kenny Omega declining a recent offer from WWE. While WWE is considered as the ultimate destination for talents to make their stories come full circle, it appears that The Cleaner could be an exception to the long-standing rule.
“It’s tough to go your whole life without eating at McDonald’s or riding in a Chevrolet. If you don’t touch on the WWE, the story’s not complete. But maybe Kenny could be the exception.”
Adam Cole Reacts To Britt Baker Signing With AEW
Former NXT North American Champion Adam Cole recently commented on her girlfriend Britt Baker officially signing with All Elite Wrestling. Baker is the first female talent as well as the first overall athlete to ink a deal with AEW.