Since Brock Lesnar defeated Roman Reigns at WrestleMania, an outcome that nobody was really expecting, it basically leaves Lesnar without any viable challengers for the WWE Universal Championship. Reigns has another shot at the title at the Greatest Royal Rumble event in Saudi Arabia in a few weeks and the match will be held inside a steel cage; while it's possible that the title might change hands there, it's not all that likely. So if Lesnar retains in Saudi Arabia, what's next for him? I'm sure I'm not the only one who thinks this but off the top of my head, the only possibly logical answer is Bobby Lashley. As we saw, Lashley made his debut on Raw last night in what may have been the official Christening of Elias as a comedy jobber going forward, seeing as how it was the second night in a row for it to happen. Lashley is one of the handful of guys the past several years to leave Impact a bigger star than when he first arrived and everything about him screams alpha male, which is a characteristic that gives Vince McMahon round the clock wood. Like Lesnar, Lashley has had success in mixed martial arts but their successes have been for different reasons. Lesnar's career took place in the UFC while most of Lashley's success came in much smaller companies like Super Fight League, Titan Fighting Championships, Shark Fights and Strikeforce. Since late 2014, Lashley's competed exclusively for Bellator, which is sort of looked upon as the WCW of MMA here in the states. Lesnar made a ton of mainstream headlines in the UFC and generated a ton of controversy while garnering a mixed win-loss record of 5-3-1 while Lashley has a stellar record of 15-2. Lesnar made huge sums of money while Lashley, probably not so much if you compared the two as UFC's revenue is just simply on a much higher plane. At any rate, Lesnar vs. Lashley has the sort of alpha male vs. alpha male feel that Vince strives for. Personally, I think I'd rather see Strowman be the guy but, for whatever reason, Vince just hasn't pulled the trigger on the guy and that's unfortunate considering he's one of the most over stars in the entire company.