Brock Lesnar is damaged goods now, not from the loss at SS, but from the positive drug test at UFC 200. He will never be seen in the same light again. Here you have this former UFC Heavyweight Champion, comes back for another go round and has to get on the juice to do it. He might have made a lot of money, but he damaged his reputation in the end. So I'm not sure how much stock the WWE is putting into him anymore. He may have brought some UFC fans over to the WWE, but after UFC 200 they've gone back. Not even sure how much of a draw he is, he's rarely seen now, even less than before. When Lesnar came back he broke the streak, demolished Cena, then took out Rollins and Cena at the same time. He's been through most of the roster and there simply wasn't anyone else for him to fight, like I said they had to bring back someone who was a match for him. Goldberg was that match. This is the problem when you have someone like Lesnar. He destroy's everyone in his path, making the entire roster look weak in the process. Yes he could have been beaten by Reigns or Owens or Balor, but would it have been believable to the extent that it wouldn't have been shit all over. No it wouldn't. Maybe this is the WWE's way to take Lesnar out of the equation and finally focus on some of their own guys, you know the guys who work their asses off night in and night out. Maybe it's time to stop with the part timer bullshit and let the roster shine, because when you bring in these guys, others end up looking like shit.