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Velasquez and Lesnar to battle it out again?
Former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez will make his professional wrestling debut next month, and fans are already discussing the prospect of him facing former rival Brock Lesnar.
The former heavyweight champ posted footage of himself on his official Facebook account, announcing his debut at Triplemania XXVII.
WWE superstar Lesnar lost to Velasquez during their UFC days, but since then the two heavyweight stars haven’t gone head-to-head.
So could this happen? Who knows. Stranger things have certainly happened!
WWE to add four big matches to Summerslam 2019 card
Four more matches are reportedly set to be added to the upcoming editions of WWE Raw and Smackdown Live.
According to mykhel, the inevitable matchup from Smackdown Live will feature Shane McMahon taking on Kevin Owens.
Randy Orton will also face a decade-old opponent in the shape of Kofi Kingston in a WWE Championship match set-up.
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In terms of WWE Raw, there is also likely to be a rematch between United States Championship at Summerslam 2019 between AJ Styles and Ricochet, while Finn Balor vs Bray Wyatt is also primed to take place later this summer.
Will WWE legend John Cena attend RAW Reunion after landing Fast & Furious role?
WWE are hosting a special episode of their flagship show, as some of professional’s wrestling’s all-time icons taken on some of the current crop of stars.
Steve Cold, Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan, among others, have already confirmed their attendance.
However, there has been no official word on whether Cena will attend the star-studded event.
During a recent interview the Champ refused to rule out a surprise comeback.
“They say it’s going to be one of the biggest RAWs of all time, and certainly memorable,” he said.
“We will… see?”
However, the former WWE Champion is currently filming Fast & Furious 9 with the likes of Vin Diesel, Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez.
And the publisher and editor of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer, claims Cena won’t be attending RAW Reunion because of that.
It would be a crying shame if Cena wasn’t in attendance, on what will undoubtedly be a memorable night for the wrestling world.