Megastar was forced to lose to Brock Lesnar so he will “take back his victory”

Brock Lesnar is one of the most dominant men in WWE history. He dominates not only the world of sports entertainment but also amateur wrestling and Mixed Martial Arts. However, his great run in the UFC was bogged down by his loss first Cain Velasquez. When Velasquez joined WWE, he quickly lost to Lesnar, reportedly so The Beast Incarnate could regain his victory.

Cain Velasquez defeated Brock Lesnar at UFC 121 to become the Heavyweight Champion. He joined WWE in 2019 and has a feud with his rival Brock Lesnar. The two had a match at WWE Crown Jewel in 2019, and Velasquez was released shortly after his match.

Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter it was revealed that Velasquez was brought into a match mainly for the same reason Logan Paul was brought to face Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel next month. Bringing top sports stars to the competition is part of Saudi policy.

” There are going to be people who don’t like Paul catching PPV himself in a title fight in just his third bout, but it’s really no different from Velasquez vs Lesnar other than Velasquez is a former UFC champ who beat Lesnar in the Octagon and in its own right, it was also done for Lesnar to ‘regain his victory.’ And there’s a real-life sports story even when the game ends like a stupid game,” Meltzer noted.


Comparison of Cain Velasquez vs Brock Lesnar and Logan Paul vs Roman Reigns

The report states that the main reason for bringing Logan Paul on for the match against Roman Reigns was because he is considered a big star in Saudi Arabia. Meltzer revealed that the government pays ‘favorably’ to have big names appear on shows:

” Perhaps the key to Saudi performances is the term ‘sports bath’, which is thrown around. The government pays ridiculous amounts of money to get famous athletes to appear under their umbrella with the idea that it gives the country good publicity to counter the negative publicity they have. will receive in the media. ”


Logan Paul has only had two matches in the WWE so far. While he’s been praised for his on-court prowess, many fans feel it’s too early to hand him a title against Roman Reigns.

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