She-Hulk: Attorney at Law hints at Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) destiny, and some believe he may become the next antagonist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
The Hulk, Bruce Banner, is the cousin of Jennifer Walters. Jennifer receives a blood transfusion from her cousin during an emergency, which gives her part of the hero’s skills but in a controlled fashion.
Working as a lawyer, Walters has represented justice-seekers on several occasions. Even collaborating with fellow attorney Matt Murdock, better known as Daredevil, Who will be making a Cameo in the show.
Bruce Banner first presented himself as Jennifer Walters’ trainer and counselor. The concern was quick, though, as he quickly developed bitterness at his cousin for being a much stronger Hulk.
Bruce Banner was tempted by the lawyer while knowing that Jen did not want to join the Avengers, partly because he thought that becoming a superhero was the peak for someone with his talent.
Bruce Banner suddenly states in Episode 2 that he is leaving Earth, implying that he is most likely going back to Sakaar. Making Bruce’s adventure even more significant.
However, given his lack of restriction and his unwillingness to serve as a rescuer, Professor Hulk may be even more corrosive and establish himself as the MCU’s next antagonist.
Even more so if you consider that Bruce used Jen’s blood for experiments without her knowledge and even encountered her own cousin when she attempted to flee.
Additionally, Bruce has been depicted similarly, working alongside Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) to unleash Ultron and his army on the planet. The Hulk could become even more courageous as a result, if only to uphold the goal he and Stark shared.