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    Posted: 14/November/2017 at 11:45
Quote WWE Universal Champion and Paul Heyman are out to the ring next. Heyman says he's going to give you the top 5 selling points for the WWE Network right now. 1) Sunday will have the first ever Universal Champion vs. WWE Champion match, and the first Lesnar vs. AJ Styles match. 2) Heyman says AJ is an interesting challenge for Lesnar because of the contrast in styles. 3) Before Heyman can start, the crowd reacts to a couple who just got engaged in the crowd by chanting "she said yes." Heyman briefly riffs on this before starting on his third point. He says Styles is the ultimate underdog and is a respected and admired champion, but Lesnar will prove he's the #1 Champion on Sunday. 4) Heyman says AJ is like a Rocky movie in real life, and discusses his wins against John Cena, Shane McMahon and Jinder Mahal. 5) For his final point, point F-5, this ain't no Rocky movie. Heyman says Lesnar will dominate AJ on Sunday and prove that he's the top Champion in the company, then he drops the mic. Lesnar shakes hands with few fans at ringside on his way out.
 
Someone else who gets bored like me with the same old Heyman promos was the guy who stole the whole segment by using it as the time to propose to his mrs LOL
 
I can't see AJ being fed to Brock. But it's obvious Brock will win because Vince wouldn't allow one of his muscular freaks that he's had a fettish for the look for decades, get beat by a guy so much smaller.
 
Both guys have a history with Japan and so it might be wrestled differently to the E norm.
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i'd agree on the last point if Lesnar were genuinely there for a love of the sport, and a desire to put on a show for the fans. sadly, he either isn't, or genuinely believes the fans just want to see suplex after suplex until he hits a F5 then goes for the pin.

the sooner the belt is off him, and he steps away from the company completely, the better now. i'm tired of knowing everything Heyman is going to say way before the show starts.
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Originally posted by ihatethatmonkee ihatethatmonkee wrote:

i'd agree on the last point if Lesnar were genuinely there for a love of the sport, and a desire to put on a show for the fans. sadly, he either isn't, or genuinely believes the fans just want to see suplex after suplex until he hits a F5 then goes for the pin.

AJ will eat a few suplexes but not to the level some others have.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfSqHzA8ipA

I suspect Styles will start the match on top and then Brock will take control due to something heelish such as a Heyman distraction.

The match will have plenty of near falls too.
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I do have to admit, I was wrong about Lesnar, but the start of the match didn't give me much hope.

it slowly turned into a belter of a match, some inventive spots from AJ, you could tell he was calling the match.
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