Reigns vs. Lesnar to be a unification match at WrestleMania

Feb 25, 2022 - by Marc Middleton

The Winner Takes All match at WrestleMania 38 between WWE Champion Brock Lesnar and WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns will now be a Title Unification bout.

WWE originally billed Lesnar vs. Reigns as a Title vs. Title or Champion vs. Champion bout, but then it was made clear that this would be a Winner Takes All match, opening the door for another title change down the line to have two champions again. Now WWE has updated their previews for the match, and it is being billed as a “Winner Take All Championship Unification” match.

WWE made the change to several places on their website today, some time in the past few hours.

There have been rumors on WWE possibly doing away with the brand split after WrestleMania 38, and while that seems unlikely, this latest change to Lesnar vs. Reigns is fueling those rumors.

Lesnar vs. Reigns is set to headline Night Two of WrestleMania 38, or WrestleMania Sunday.

Lesnar and Reigns are scheduled to sign the contract for their WrestleMania 38 match during tonight’s SmackDown, so we should know more on the stipulation after that segment, which will close the show.

Stay tuned for more.

3 Responses

  1. Motorhead says:

    It’s “winner TAKE all”, not ” takes”. Please, you sound like a fool when you say it wrong.

  2. What? says:

    “Take” or “takes” can both be correct depending on how the phrase is being used grammatically – the winner will take it all, but the (singular) winner takes it all. More importantly, both versions are commonly used and understood. Out of all the grammatical things to get bent out of shape about, this is pretty low on the list.

  3. TrollBuster says:

    This isn’t school, smart asses.

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