Brock Lesnar is one of the most successful and accomplished professional wrestlers of all time. During his two stints with WWE, he dominated his opponents and demonstrated his immense star power, cementing his legacy as The Beast Incarnate. In fact, WWE shifted the WrestleMania 35 card just so that Lesnar could leave early.

According to former WWE writer Dave Schilling on Twitter, Brock Lesnar changed the order of his match against Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 35, moving it from the semi-main event to the opening match. This was done so that he could leave early.

Schilling noted that this change affected the placement of the Intercontinental Championship Match, which was pushed to that spot instead. The Universal Championship match itself only lasted a few minutes.

This is because Lesnar spent several minutes beating Rollins down with various suplexes before the contest even began. Rollins eventually managed to win the match with a low blow and a trifecta of stomps.

“Brock and Seth was supposed to semi-main and last minute Brock changed it to the opener so he could go home early.”

Lesnar is known for his sporadic appearances in WWE, and his limited schedule has often led to friction with management and other wrestlers. However, his star power and dominance in the ring have made him a key part of the company’s programming when he is around. This incident at WrestleMania 35 is just one example of Lesnar doing what he wants, regardless of how it affects others or the show itself.

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