This leads us to this week's episode of Monday Night Raw in Anaheim, CA at the Honda Center on the USA Network where WWE hyped that there would be a confrontation between Lesnar and Reigns on the flagship show of the WWE, Raw, to help build their program at WrestleMania 34.
It had been promoted that the victor of that match would have a face-to-face confrontation with Lesnar and Paul Heyman on "Raw".
The hostilities picked up right where they left off on RAW the following night.
WWE has yet to issue an official confirmation regarding Lesnar's future in the coming Wrestlemania 34.
Now working as WWE's Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Talent and Live Events, Triple H is considered as one of the most influential and greatest wrestling superstars in the history of WWE after The Undertaker's reign.
Remember back at WrestleMania XX in 2004 when the entire crowd booed Lesnar and Goldberg out of the building because everyone knew both of them were leaving WWE?
It felt real and was arguably the best promo of Reigns' career.
WWE fans haven't seen much of Rousey within the wrestling realm and therefore don't have much to base her chances of long-term success on.
"If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in UFC, Brock Lesnar will fight in UFC".
But instead of the former Olympic gold medallist, a visibly angry Rousey rushed towards the ring forcing the "Power Couple" to step out before Angle came out and controlled her. However, Rousey insisted that McMahon apologize to her or she would rip her arm "out of its socket"...and then Triple H leveled Kurt Angle with a sucker punch.