Brock Lesnar become an immortal at WrestleMania 30 when he conquered The Undertaker streak giving The Undertaker his first loss at WrestleMania (21-1). Right now he is taking his sabbatical break until he come back at SummerSlam in which he probably will fight for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Brock Lesnar is a part timer and probably he will get tired of the WWE and will retire very soon. When does Brock Lesnar will retire? It is a very difficult question to answer but it could be a year, two years or months. In this article I will talk about three possible candidates to retire Brock Lesnar from the WWE.
- 1) The Undertaker. It seems like the most logical choice. After all, The Undertaker only loss is against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30. It is the perfect way for The Undertaker to get revenge of his loss against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31 and then both of them retire for the WWE. However this will depend of the health of The Undertaker. There are not news like always if The Undertaker is going to wrestle again at WrestleMania. This is normal because the WWE always want to make a mystery of The Undertaker condition and keep fans guessing if he is going to fight again or not. If The Undertaker retires before WrestleMania 31 then he will not retire Brock Lesnar.
- 2) John Cena. Another great candidate to retire Brock Lesnar. He has been the face of the WWE for almost ten years and he will continue to be the face until he retires. There are rumors that John Cena will win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Money in the Bank Ladder Match. If he wins the title then it is very possible that he will face Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam. Brock Lesnar will defeat any opponent he will face at SummerSlam and he will become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. It makes perfect sense for John Cena to retire Brock Lesnar because he will get his revenge and like always John Cena is the hero of the WWE.
- 3) Roman Reigns. He is young, hungry and has the WWE Universe behind him. He is exciting to watch and has a lot of energy. He is big and strong like Brock Lesnar and it seems as the perfect opponent for him. He would get a big momentum if he retires Lesnar because he will be the top dog of the company even bigger than John Cena.
In conclusion, it is very difficult to predict who will retire Brock Lesnar. After all, Brock Lesnar has been the most dominating man in the history of the WWE and now that he conquered The Undertaker streak he is stronger than ever. It would be great watching The Undertaker getting revenge or Roman Reigns defeating him to be the new WWE top dog. However it is most possible that John Cena will have the privilege of taking out Brock Lesnar.