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Brock Lesnar says he is going to merge WWE Heavyweight Titles into one

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At WWE "SummerSlam" on the evening of Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014, Brock Lesnar completely and totally decimated John Cena in the main event. After winning the WWE World Heavyweight Titles, Lesnar was seen out and about in Los Angeles. He spoke to TMZ and actually had a few things to say about his match and the future of the two championship belts.

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Lesnar was caught at Morton's in downtown Los Angeles after "SummerSlam" as he decided to celebrate with a big steak dinner. He also brought along his newly won championship belts.

It didn't matter to him that John Cena's name was on both of them because they belonged to him. It appears though, that Lesnar doesn't want to carry the two title belts around anymore and he actually wants to merge them together.

When asked about possibly merging them, Lesnar simply said:

"I ain't carrying two frickin belts around, are you kidding me?"

There has been talk for months that WWE would be merging the titles and actually retiring the "Big Gold Belt" for good.

A few weeks ago, Cena even handed the "Big Gold Belt" to Ric Flair after an episode of "Monday Night Raw" went off the air. It was thought that this was a way of retiring the belt and it wouldn't be showing up again.

Needless to say, but the title has continued to come out with Cena, but that looks like it will be changing with Lesnar winning them.

With WWE set to officially debut their new logo on television on Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, there is a good chance that Lesnar will debut a new single title.

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