10 Reasons Roman Reigns Vs Brock Lesnar Will Suck At WrestleMania 31

This will be worse than that time Brock wrestled Goldberg...

Let's face it. Roman Reigns should've been in a three way at Wrestlemania 30 versus Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton. Thus, for Wrestlemania 31, Seth Rollins could cash in his Money In The Bank Briefcase for the main event of Wrestlemania, allowing for an easier-to-turn-babyface Brock Lesnar to face Rollins (and for Paul Heyman to say, work with Roman Reigns). But, that's not what's happening. Instead, it's official, and at Wrestlemania 31, a disaster on parwith Brock Lesnar's Wrestlemania 20 debacle with Goldberg is waiting to happen. Roman Reigns couldn't even depend on cousin Rocky to save him from being booed at the Royal Rumble and Brock Lesnar's cheers grow with each successive suplex. In being completely honest, Brock Lesnar isn't exactly the kind of wrestler like a Bret Hart who can have a good match with anyone. A match with Roman Reigns puts Lesnar in the ring with another inconsistent talent, a recipe for a no good, very bad thing to happen at Levi's Stadium. Want to hear A+ promos from Paul Heyman every week on Raw and Smackdown? Well get ready, because with Lesnar and Reigns being underwhelming on the mic to set up THE MAIN EVENT AT WRESTLEMANIA, that's what you're getting. Also, if you're expecting them to steal the show, well Bray Wyatt and The Undertaker or even Seth Rollins and Randy Orton may already have that sewn up. The main event of Wrestlemania is the worst idea WWE's had in some time. Here's why.

10. Because It Will Be Another Wrestlemania Main Event Eclipsed By Other Matches On The Show

In a manner worse than the time that The Rock and Hulk Hogan made wrestling fans worldwide squeal like glee-filled children on Christmas morning and upstaged Triple H and Chris Jericho at Wrestlemania XIX, something far worse could happen in San Francisco in 34 days. Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar have no established chemistry. They barely have a storyline, and they certainly don't have any sort of history of just being able to get into the ring, tee it high and let it fly. On paper, this looks epic. In execution, this could easily become an incredibly bad idea.

Besides having been an independent professional wrestling manager for a decade, Marcus Dowling is a Washington, DC-based writer who has contributed to a plethora of online and print magazines and newspapers writing about music and popular culture over the past 15 years.