In less than two weeks, Brock Lesnar will go one-on-one with Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Street Fight at "WrestleMania 32" in Dallas. Despite making his Mania debut thirteen years ago, this will only be Lesnar's sixth match at WWE's annual blockbuster, and "The Lunatic Fringe" may actually be his least-intimidating WM opponent to date. Lesnar's notorious match at "WrestleMania 30" with The Undertaker was so huge that people often forget the matches Lesnar had a decade prior. 

As a participant in one of this year's most-hyped bouts, what does the "WrestleMania" history of The Beast Incarnate tell us about what we can expect to see at this year's offering?

What follows is one part in a series of "WrestleMania Résumé" articles in which we take a look at a current or former WWE Superstar's history at "WrestleMania" (such as The Undertaker, Shane McMahon, Roman Reigns, Triple HThe Rock, Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and the WWE Divas Champion), and what their past experiences might tell us about that same (or a similar) competitor at "WrestleMania 32" on April 3rd.

"WrestleMania" record

Although his win-loss record at "WrestleMania" isn't all that impressive, the significance of a Brock Lesnar match isn't just which of the competitors is technically the winner in the history books. All five of his prior matches (two wins, three losses) were incredibly physical and incredibly intense. 

Even if he had lost every other "WrestleMania" match, the fact that he had a victory over The Undertaker is enough to categorize Lesnar as a Mania legend. 

Title matches

Lesnar's first and his most recent Mania matches were for the biggest prize in the game. At "WrestleMania 19" in 2003, Lesnar took the WWE Championship from Kurt Angle in the main event. Last year, Lesnar walked into "WrestleMania 31" with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

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Whether or not he would have been able to retain in a singles match against Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins used Money In The Bank to make sure we'd never know. 

Main event matches

Even if WWE promotes a card to have a double or even triple main event, the true honor lies with the match that closes the show. His match against Dean Ambrose, even though it has the potential to be the most entertaining match of the night, definitely won't be the last match of the card. 

Not that Lesnar isn't worthy of the "WrestleMania" main event. In the aforementioned title matches at WM19 and WM31, Lesnar and his opponents closed the show. Both matches were great.

Worthy competition

Depending on how he compares to Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose will be the least-accomplished opponent to ever face Brock at "WrestleMania." A year after taking the title from Angle, he lost a match to Bill Goldberg before leaving for UFC.

When he returned at WM29, he faced Triple H, and followed that up by facing The Undertaker at WM30.

"WrestleMania" moment(s)

In what could go down as the single most shocking moment in the history of professional Wrestling, Brock Lesnar earned the moment of all "WrestleMania Moments" when he ended The Undertaker's undefeated Mania streak in New Orleans.

For a very different reason, Lesnar will also be remembered for his botched Shooting Star Press at "WrestleMania 19" when he broke his neck en route to taking Angle's WWE Championship.   

Predictions for 'WrestleMania 32'

The last time Lesnar competed in a Street Fight at "WrestleMania," he lost to Triple H. But everyone still remembers the massive beating The Game had to absorb to get that win. Dean Ambrose is at a point in his career where a severe beating from Brock will make Ambrose look like a total badass. In a match when Ambrose gets up again and again and again, Lesnar can leave Mania as the legitimate threat he's always been, while Ambrose can gain a reputation as someone who can take a licking and keep on ticking.

"WrestleMania 32" airs live on the WWE Network on April 3rd.