Bryan overcame tremendous odds at WrestleMania 30 when he beat Triple H to qualify for the WWE Championship match that was taking place later on that night and then defeated Randy Orton as well as Batista for the title.
If it was up to The Leader of the YES Movement, he would put together another underdog story featuring himself taking on Lesnar at next year’s Mania and would even change the location to Seattle, Washington.
The four-time world champion told the Gorilla Position: “If you’re talking one dream match it would be Brock Lesnar, WrestleMania 35 in Seattle, Washington.
“Because that I think would be the ultimate David and Goliath underdog story in front of a hometown crowd that would be rabid for that.
“So that would be my dream match and even if it wasn’t WrestleMania, if it was just in Seattle it would be super cool.”
WrestleMania 35 of course takes place on April 7 at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Bryan wrestles on Smackdown whereas Lesnar competes on RAW, so it would be difficult to put that kind of match together.
The YES Man will be in action at WWE’s next Pay-Per-View Extreme Rules, which takes place on July 15 at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The ex-WWE Champion will team up with his old tag team partner Kane and challenge The Bludgeon Brothers for the Smackdown Tag Team Championships.
Lesnar won’t be attending the Pay-Per-View show but rumours suggest he will return at SummerSlam to defend the Universal Championship.
The Beast’s last performance took place at the Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia three months ago when he beat Roman Reigns in a Steel Cage Match.