After a shocking win to take home the Universal Championship, Brock Lesnar won't have much time to rest as he'll face AJ Styles at Survivor Series.
Lesnar defeated Braun Strowman after five consecutive F5's to win the Universal Title for the third time. It was an interesting decision by WWE to move away from making Strowman a first-time champion, but perhaps Lesnar's next opponent had something to do with the decision.
Lesnar (a heel), will take on Styles (a babyface) in a Raw versus SmackDown matchup where the fans will be clearly behind Styles, who in their last matchup, was unable to defeat Lesnar one-one-one.
These two competitors couldn't be more different from each other. Styles is on a run that may go down in history as one of the best ever when it comes to the WWE Championship. He's the face of SmackDown Live and has been the champion for almost a year. Meanwhile, Lesnar is the champion no one but WWE seems to want. He's rarely on television, he's got one foot out the door to UFC and he's breaking records holding the title without actually competing in matches.
This year's Survivor Series will be all about Raw versus SmackDown. While Lesnar will go into the pay-per-view as the clear favorite, perhaps it's time Styles get the win to even up the series. He's a believable enough champion and there's an excuse now for Strowman to get involved and help tip the scales in The Phenomenal One's favor.
This match will be a contrasting of two styles and not for any title so WWE could go any direction with this match and the title scene won't change.