Braun Strowman wants a rematch with Brock Lesnar as he reveals talks with Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly on joining WWE

BRAUN STROWMAN believes it will be third-time lucky if he gets one more chance to face the newly-crowned Mr Money in the Bank, Brock Lesnar.

The Beast made his shocking return to WWE to win the Men's Ladder Match and a contract which guarantees him a title match of his choosing any time, any place.

The Monster Among Men had originally been booked to appear at the pay-per-view before he was cost the chance to win the briefcase two years in a row by Sami Zayn.

Many fans believe Brock is likely to cash in his opportunity to face Universal Champion Seth Rollins, who beat him to win the belt at WrestleMania 35.

If the former UFC star does indeed reclaim his title, Braun is desperate to revisit unfinished business between the pair after twice coming up short in the past.

Speaking to SunSport, he said: "Brock Lesnar is the only man that has not had the 1-2-3 after the Powerslam from Braun Strowman so he’s got one coming for him."

Brock Lesnar is the only man that has not had the 1-2-3 after the Powerslam so he’s got one coming for him

Lesnar has beaten Strowman twice in the past for the Universal Championship, at No Mercy 2017, and most recently at WWE Crown Jewel last year in Saudi Arabia.

The 35-year-old added: "I came here to be a champion. I didn't come here to participate.

"I came here to take over and you know, it's a goal of mine and it's going to happen, it's just a matter of time.

"I’ve been shortchanged and come up a little short here and there but it's not deterred me from wanting to keep fighting and scratching and clawing through the nail to get to the top of the mountain and represent this company as it should be."

Finally capturing the Universal title would cap an impressive year for Strowman, real name Adam Scherr, following his first big screen role in Holmes and Watson.

The former NXT star landed a cameo role alongside Hollywood stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly and has promised the appearance would be the start of things to come.

He said: "I really enjoyed being on set working with John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell. It definitely gave me a little bit of an appetite for wanting to do more of.

"Don’t get me wrong, I'm here for the long haul with WWE. I love what I do and I enjoy travelling around the world performing but I also wouldn't mind doing a few more movies.

"They're pretty fun and it's another opportunity to express myself and broaden horizons on my brand and bring more eyes into the WWE. So it's a win for everybody.

Strowman went on to tease that he's already held talks with the A-Listers about returning the favour and showing up in a WWE ring soon.

The wrestler is no stranger to stars crossing over after he appeared in a segment at WrestleMania alongside Saturday Night Live's Colin Jost and Michael Che.

He said: "We talked about it. They seem like they want to. I think that’d be fun, it’d be something that we could go out there and have a good time with, to put on a show for the people.

"We’d have to find someone to team up with Colin Jost and Michael Che so we could make it a six-man tag!"

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