This week’s Raw and SmackDown shows have gone down well with the WWE universe.
Below, talkSPORT gives you the latest gossip and rumours from the wrestling world.
Details behind Brock Lesnar’s WWE title challenge
Kofi Kingston successfully defended his WWE Championship against Randy Orton at Clash of Champions on Sunday.
However, he faces his biggest challenge yet in Brock Lesnar after accepting The Beast’s challenge for his title on SmackDown this week.
The pair will go head-to-head on SmackDown’s debut episode on FOX on October 4.
Post Wrestling say the match has ‘been in the works for a long time’.
And we could have got a glimpse into the future as Lesnar hit Kingston with a devastating F5.
Vince McMahon wants to bury Cedric Alexander
The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer reports Vince McMahon wants to bury Cedric Alexander.
The former 205 Live high-flyer has had impressive matches with AJ Styles and Drew McIntyre since being called up to the main roster.
And he has even been feuding with Styles for the United States Championship in recent weeks.
However, Meltzer claims Alexander’s push will be brief.
Kevin Owens ‘sues’ Shane McMahon
Shane McMahon fired Kevin Owens on last week’s episode of SmackDown after the self-proclaimed Best in the World lost to Chad Gable in the King of the Ring semi-finals.
But this week, Owens filed a $25million wrongful termination lawsuit against McMahon.
What happens next is anyone’s guess…
Chris Jericho reveals why he quit WWE
There was a time when Chris Jericho and Owens were meant to go one-on-one for the Universal Championship in the WrestleMania 33 main event.
However, Goldberg beat Owens for the title at Fastlane and ended up losing it to Lesnar at the Show of Shows.
The match between Jericho and Owens was demoted to a United States Championship contest, which the latter won.
Jericho, who left WWE last year and is currently AEW’s world champion, told the Mature Audiences Mayhem podcast: “Vince said that it’s going to be me versus Kevin Owens for the world title at WrestleMania and you are going to win the title, f*** yeah!
“Next week, he doesn’t tell me, but I hear that it’s changed to Brock Lesnar versus Bill Goldberg for the title.
“And not only did they take us out of the main event – and, once again, just because I was told I have no right to it and things change all the time, I’m a big boy, I can handle it.
“But to take us from the main event slot and then move us to the second match on the card on a card that has 12 matches on it? I was like, that’s a f****** insult.”