• Reigns and Lesnar are set to face off in Last Man Standing fight
  • The fight is a part of SummerSlam event
  • The event is scheduled to take place on July 30 in Tennessee

Brock Lesnar has threatened Undisputed WWE and Universal Champion Roman Reigns ahead of their upcoming fight at SummerSlam.

Lesnar and Reigns are set to face off against each other at the Last Man Standing fight at the SummerSlam event, which is scheduled to take place on July 30 at Nissan Stadium, Tennessee.

Their last meeting was at WrestleMania 38 in April where Reigns defeated Lesnar to become the Undisputed WWE and Universal Champion. Lesnar, who made his first WWE appearance last month since the defeat, made his in-ring appearance on the latest episode of Monday Night RAW. The Beast Incarnate was in attendance in Texas to send a message to Reigns, who did not feature in the Live Event on Monday.

Issuing a warning to Reigns, Lesnar said the Tribal Chief has been "high on the hog" since beating him at WrestleMania. The former WWE Champion called Reigns a hog and said he slaughters hogs on his farm every single day, according to CBS Sports.

Soon after that, Lesnar’s former manager Paul Heyman, who is now a close associate of Reigns, intervened. Heyman called Lesnar a clear favorite at SummerSlam because Reigns beats people by being a better wrestler, but Lesnar deals in destruction.

Further taking a dig at Lesnar, Heyman added that the seven-time WWE Champion Lesnar won’t care if he sent Reigns to a hospital or a morgue because the former "isn’t a man, he’s a beast," WrestlingInc reported.

Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns celebrates winning the WWE Championship off of Brock Lesnar in the main event of WrestleMania 38 Night 2. WWE

It has been reported that the upcoming Last Man Standing fight is going to be the final segment of the rivalry between Reigns and Lesnar.

Ahead of their much-awaited fight, Reigns has sent out a five-word message for Lesnar on Twitter. This was just half an hour before Lesnar opened the show on RAW.

"The Universe in my hands. #SummerSlam," Reigns wrote on Twitter.

At SummerSlam, the Biggest Party of the Summer, Reigns will be 699 days into his run as the Universal Champion. It has been the longest world title reign in WWE since Hulk Hogan's run (1474 days) between 1984 and 1988.

The 2022 edition is going to be The Tribal Chief's fourth main event at SummerSlam. So far, he has headlined SummerSlam in 2017, 2018, and 2021.