2. Brock Lesnar
I really don’t want to include Brock on this list because I get the vibe that if you say Brock Lesnar probably won’t do something, he’s going to eat you alive, then go do that thing. Luckily for me, Brock enjoys a life of solitude and it’s hard to believe he’ll come all the way to husslin’, busslin’ New York to eat me. What’s also hard to believe is that he’ll be a Grand Slam Champion. He’s pretty damn close to being a Grand Slam World Champion in winning 3 separate WWE Championships (WWE Undisputed Championship, WWE World Heavyweight Championship, and WWE Universal Championship), but that’s not a real thing and that’s not what I’m talking about here, Brock. All things considered, Lesnar should be close to winning the actual Grand Slam. Brock was a member of a promising tag team that could have challenged for the Tag Team Championships at some point, but Brock murdered (metaphorically) his partner, Shawn Stasiak after one, ONE, loss to the Hardy Boyz, in their first match together. The Beast Incarnate? More like The Beast Impatient! Am I right?! ALSO, Brock squandered an IC Championship match against Rob Van Dam by getting himself disqualified. Moral of the story: Brock is the poster boy for missed opportunity. Really though, if he wanted to, he could eat the United States and the Intercontinents, thus making the corresponding belts meaningless and making himself “Grandest Grand Suplex Beast Slam Conquer Champion.” The rumor mill IS saying Reigns vs. Lesnar for the IC AND Universal Championship at WrestleMania 34 is in talks. Slowly but surely, Brock will get that Grand Slam.