• Brock Lesnar lost his WWE world title at WrestleMania 38
  • Reigns now has been the Universal Champion for close to 600 days
  • Reigns could next take on Drew McIntyre

Roman Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar in the 'Title Vs Title' fight at WrestleMania 38 on Sunday. With that, Lesnar lost his WWE world title, and Reigns left Texas as the undisputed champion with both WWE Championship and Universal title.

Now that the storyline between the two wrestlers, supposedly one of the best in the history of WWE, has ended, there have been questions regarding the Beast Incarnate’s future in the WWE Company.

Will Brock Lesnar leave WWE after WrestleMania 38 loss to Roman Reigns?

Lesnar is not likely to leave the WWE Company, according to American journalist Dave Meltzer, who has a credible record in professional wrestling. The former WWE Champion Lesnar is set to appear in WrestleMania Backlash and Money in the Bank Premium Live Events in May and July, respectively, Sportskeeda quoted Meltzer’s report in Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

However, there has been no update from the WWE Company regarding Lesnar’s next storyline.

Money in the Bank will take place at the massive Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders. Meanwhile, the Backlash event will typically be continuation of stories that haven’t been fully completed at WrestleMania.

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Roman Reigns is enjoying a career resurgence as the top heel in the WWE. WWE

Drew McIntyre could be Roman Reigns’ next opponent

The Tribal Chief has held the Universal title for over 580 days, having defeated several top stars on the current roster. With him now having thrashed Lesnar to be crowned as both WWE World and Universal Champion, Reigns is now gearing up for another opponent.

Former two-time WWE Champion Drew McIntyre looks set to be next in line for Reigns based on the publicized cards for post-WrestleMania live events.

“Based on the cards for post-WrestleMania live events, it looks like Drew McIntyre is next in line for new Undisputed WWE Universal champion Roman Reigns,” according to a report in Cageside Seats.

Moreover, McIntyre has unfinished business with Reigns. The two have faced off against each other on multiple occasions. Their last major fight came at Survivor Series 2020 when McIntyre was the WWE Champion and Reigns the Universal Champion. The two squared off in a 'Champion Vs Champion' Match that saw Reigns end on the victorious side.