Seth Rollins has long been rumored to be getting the push, but the person, on the other hand, is no pushover. Given the choice on who to face at Wrestlemania 35 on April 7 at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Rollins seems on course to face Brock Lesnar.

At the Jan. 28 edition of WWE Raw, Rollins seemed all set to name his choice. Other than the Beast Incarnate, only WWE champion Daniel Bryan loomed as the logical choice. Lesnar showed up and Rollins wasted no time going after the champ. He did get in some good shots but ended up paying for his offensive dearly, Cageside Seats reported.

Do take note, Rollins was never able to make it verbally official, Forbes reported. But from the way things went down, it is obvious that WWE fans will see a clash between Rollins and Lesnar for the WWE Universal title in April. The only way that this showdown will be altered is if some dramatic twist happens along the way, something that will fall at the hands of WWE scriptwriters.

Once made official, it will become another David vs. Goliath encounter. Most saw how Finn Balor stood up to Lesnar but still lost in the end at the WWE Royal Rumble. Will it be the same for Rollins at Wrestlemania 35?

Looking at their history, Rollins has never gotten a clear advantage over the Beast Incarnate. At the 2015 Royal Rumble, the Kingslayer was part of a Triple-Threat match that also involved John Cena. Lesnar pinned Rollins to retain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

There was also that cash-in Rollins made at Wrestlemania 31. Roman Reigns had just defeated Lesnar that night before the 32-year-old used his Money In The Bank privilege to pin a battered Big Dog. As one can see, there was never a clear one-on-one face-off between the Beast and the Kingslayer.

At Wrestlemania 35, odds are expected to be stacked up against Rollins. However, that is no indication that Lesnar has the upper hand. If not through a clean match, some kind of intervention could arise and distract Lesnar to allow Rollins to pick up the win and the Universal title.

These are pure speculations based on how WWE storylines go. Lesnar remains a force to be reckoned with, meaning Rollins will need to find some advantage to win the Univeral title, something he has yet to win. The closest he got was during Summer Slam 2016 where he lost to Finn Balor, the first WWE Universal champion.