After a vicious attack from Roman Reigns at the Road to WrestleMania live event at Madison Square Garden, the WWE Universe saw a very different Brock Lesnar. Roman Reigns brutally attacked Lesnar and left him in Madison Square Garden, which has caused the beast to want the tribal chief’s blood.
Brock Lesnar expressed his desire for the blood of Roman Reigns on Smackdown a few weeks ago, but the Universal Champion was absent. Last week, Reigns launched the show thinking Lesnar wasn’t present in the arena when Paul Heyman announced the beast was present. This resulted in Reigns and the Bloodline attempting to escape from Smackdown, but just as they were in the car Lesnar used a forklift to destroy Reigns’ car and then remove the door of the other car Reigns was escaping into.
This week on Friday night’s Smackdown, Lesnar destroyed the Roman Reigns dressing room for the first time when the tribal chief was not present. As Reigns reached the arena and got into the ring, Lesnar came out and destroyed Reigns’ security with a steel chair, causing Reigns to flee backstage again.
What happened when Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar were in the same building at WrestleMania Raw?
Brock Lesnar opened the show and welcomed everyone to WrestleMania Raw. He then gave the WWE Universe a spoiler, claiming he would take Roman Reigns on a trip to Suplex City and show the tribal chief the ancient Beast of Barclay. He then said he would have full custody of the unified title.
Roman Reigns came out on WrestleMania Raw about an hour later and said that he did everything in business except beat the Beast Incarnate at WrestleMania 38 and that it upset him. He then said that he had changed the game and that he would take everything off Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38.
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