Brock Lesnar and Dave Batista at WrestleMania 28?

Let the speculation begin with these two news items hot off the wire. It has been reported that Dave Batista, star of The Scorpion King 3 along with Billy Zane, is in Miami. Now he is supposedly doing work for The St Jude Children’s Hospital but we all know there is no chance of that. Primarily due to the fact that all of the children in a children’s hospital are way too young for his poon hound ass. Making matters even more clear is he is supposed to be in one leg of a triathlon and really, come on, Batista running, biking or swimming is an obvious torn muscle waiting to happen. So, we all have to figure he will appear on the WrestleMania broadcast in some capacity. Best bet for his appearance is during the divas match. This way he can make it way more interesting by pulling out his schlong and yelling ” Did ya miss me?” This would increase the workrate, internet mark alert, of this match exponentially.

Also, Brock Lesnar is negotiating with WWE to appear at WrestleMania 28 as well, according to Lesnar was last seen being pummeled in a UFC octagon by Alistair Overeem. Soon after the rumblings started that he would return to WWE but that talk had been quiet for the last few months. So, we now get to play the same game of placing Brock Lesnar on WrestleMania 28. The only place to go would be the main event and The Rock even let the cat out of the bag last week so it seems like there will be some sort of interference. Now, if this is the case does this match go on last? Do they really want another ending similar to last year’s? Or could Lesnar simply appear at the end of the show for a stare down? Could he possibly pick up on the Undertaker confrontation? -Jeremy

2 Responses to “Brock Lesnar and Dave Batista at WrestleMania 28?”

  1. stuntgranny 2012-03-31 at 2:26 pm #

    I hope Batista shows up, and I hope he is jacked to the gills, and I hope he cuts a heel promo on somebody.

  2. jumpingpolarbear 2012-03-31 at 3:12 pm #

    Two of the biggest guys in the sport. Physically that is, or at least was!

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