One year after the Barclays Center crowd inexplicably and loudly booed the design and color of the new Universal championship -- taking away from a big moment for Rollins and Finn Balor -- this match will be a far more popular spectacle."That's going to be a pretty interesting situation.
I can't recall a time where you had four guys all sort of having this monster build, all in the same way.""Brock Lesnar is Brock Lensar.
Both Lesnar and Reigns were in a triple-threat WWE championship No.
1 contenders match in 2016 featuring Dean Ambrose (won by Reigns), and both men were in the past two Royal Rumbles, but there hasn't been a clash of this magnitude since their spoiled match at Wrestle Mania 31.
If, somehow, he emerges victorious here, it's hard to imagine a scenario where anyone outside of this quartet (most likely Reigns) could take that title from him.
It seems unlikely that Lesnar walks out without the title and walks out of WWE again, but if the past couple of years have taught us anything, it's that the WWE isn't afraid to take a big chance.But the energy and excitement for this Universal championship match didn't begin just a few weeks ago.No, the path to this Fatal 4-Way is a long, intertwined patchwork involving all four participants, with significant history dating back to early 2015.The buildup to the Wrestle Mania 31 match between Reigns and then-WWE champion Lesnar was, at best, polarizing and controversial.A lot of fans in Santa Clara seemed poised to boo Reigns out of Levi's Stadium, too, until Seth Rollins did the unthinkable and cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase mid-main event, stealing the title away.