As has been speculated since the ending of the singles bout between Kane and Braun Strowman, it was officially announced on tonight's Raw that Lesnar will defend against both in a triple threat match. It's easy to imagine Vince just jerking himself over this because the man loves a hoss fight, too much really, and that's what this will be. I'm still not thrilled with this sudden revival of Kane, I'm a fan of the guy but his best days are behind him and there's no point in pretending otherwise. Kane is in this match so that he can be the guy to take the pin, which will be given by Lesnar with about 99% certainty. Personally, I'd love it if Strowman walked out of this match as Universal Champion by pinning Kane, that way Lesnar can claim that he didn't really lose, then Strowman can successfully defend against Lesnar in a rematch at WrestleMania. As a result, if Lesnar isn't going to re-sign with WWE, then they can always go the route of Lesnar going out on an even playing field with Strowman; even if he does sign another deal, this frees up the Universal Championship from Lesnar as it's got to happen because the Raw main event scene suffers, just as it did 3 years ago when Lesnar was WWE Champion, from not having the main event champion present on a regular basis. Of course, as I alluded to with the statement of being 99% certain Lesnar would pin Kane to win this match, there's almost no chance of it going down as Vince has his heart set on giving Roman Reigns yet another massive WrestleMania moment. The way things are looking right now, Reigns will not only be deemed the ONLY man worthy, in Vince's eyes, of this generation to definitively beat Lesnar, he'll also do it as Intercontinental Champion so he'll go down in history as the first dual Intercontinental and Universal Champion.