34-Year-Old AEW Wrestler Confident of Brutal Showdown Against Brock Lesnar: “Him and I Would Just Murder Each Other”

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Brock Lesnar has proved to the world that he is best in any type of fighting match or business. From winning the NCAA Division 1 championship to signing with WWE and quickly becoming the world champion to debuting in UFC and having a dominating run, he has made all accomplishments. Currently, Lesnar is in WWE where is making more accomplishments.

Lesnar returned to WWE in 2012, became a big entity in the company, and has put a lot on the table. He respects the business and will do whatever is needed for it. There are ample dream matches fans want to see Lesnar to have outside WWE. With the forbidden door concept right now, it can be possible.

Recently, in an interview with Battleground Podcast, AEW star Wardlow spoke about his dream matches. One of them is against Brock Lesnar.

Wardlow said, “I think if I ever found myself in the same ring as Brock Lesnar, that has money pouring out of the idea of it. I think him and I would just murder each other, I don’t know if there’s a ring that can hold the two of us.” 

Wardlow recalled his time of being a fan of Brock Lesnar and Batista during his early days in pro-wrestling. If Wardlow ever comes across WWE, he should get an opportunity against Lesnar.

Wardlow also has a dream opponent in AEW. He said, “But the one that still exists, actually the top one is still in AEW, that being Kenny Omega. He’s kind of like my ultimate dream opponent.”

Vince McMahon will surely love to sign Wardlow in WWE if ever an opportunity comes up. Wardlow is exactly what Vince will want to put up against Lesnar and make some big money from their feud.

Brock Lesnar’s opinion about his first-ever Elimination Chamber match

This week’s Saturday fans will witness Brock Lesnar in his first-ever Elimination Chamber match. He will be one of the five opponents who will face each other for Bobby Lashley’s WWE Championship.

Lesnar recently appeared on The Pat McAfee Show. There he gave his thoughts on his match this Saturday in Saudi Arabia. He said – “I’m excited for that. I mean it doesn’t scare me for f**k sakes, I fought in the Octagon.”

Although Lesnar called Seth Rollins a threat in the match, he is sure he will walk out of the Chamber as the WWE Champion and face Roman or Goldberg at WrestleMania 38.

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