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Summer Slam 2022: These 3 things can be seen in Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar match, fans will also press their fingers under their teeth

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Brock Lesnar is back in WWE once again. It was only after his return that he challenged for the undisputed WWE Universal Championship. In which he will face Roman Reigns at SummerSlam 2022. To make this match more interesting, it has been booked like last man standing match. So let’s see what else WWE can do to make it more interesting:

Brock Lesnar can get victory

Brock Lesnar has faced defeat in the last two matches against Roman Reigns. In such a situation, WWE would not want to book him for losing against Roman Reigns for the third time. If this happens, then it can also affect the character of Brock Lesnar. Apart from this, those weeks can also be seen. In such a situation, WWE can also book him for victory in this match.

Drew McIntyre may intervene

Drew McIntyre has been away from the main event picture for quite some time. In such a situation, WWE can also book him for this match. His interference in this match will also affect the result of this match. Apart from this, this match can end on a draw. Due to which it will not have any effect on the character of Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar and WWE can start another new feud.

Paul Heyman Can Cheat

Paul Heyman has betrayed his teammates many times in his career. In such a situation, at SummerSlam 2022, he can once again join his old client Brock Lesnar, surprising everyone. After this turn, Roman Reigns can once again be seen in baby face and can strengthen his babyface character.

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