Wrestlemania 32, in front of the projected largest WWF crowd of all time, will come to you from Dallas.
Heyman shakes his head.
It's another version of the "what's Brock Lesnar's mental state" game that we've been playing since his feud with one time stablemate Swagger. That betrayal by Heyman was never really gotten over, even ending the career of his biggest rival Danielson hasn't helped - it maybe even created a void in Lesnar's life that he hasn't replaced, and maybe that big bad that drives Lesnar has now become the WWF. Lesnar feels screwed out of the title with the fast count in the Steen match, screwed out of future title shots by the discipline taken after he ended Joey Styles WWF tenure, now screwed by another stablemate, Prince Devitt. It's Lesnar's last ever title shot - but is his mind in the cage or on the Bullet Club?
Generico/AJ is carrying a lot of the workrate weight at Mania; it's pretty easily the best non gimmick match on the card, Steen can do the work of getting across how he Generico's gonna outwrestle AJ, that his only hope is to use the Bullet Club, because he can't beat AJ one on one. That maybe gets under AJ's skin, as he says he doesn't need anyone's help to beat El Generico at Mania.
That's the upper half of the show; the rest of the card comes next month.