Paul Heyman Posts A Small Update On Brock Lesnar's WWE Status

Paul Heyman Posts A Small Update On Brock Lesnar's WWE Status

Brock Lesnar's current WWE contract is expected to expire shortly after his upcoming WrestleMania 34 appearance, which has led to speculation of a potential return to the UFC. A source added that there was no sign of Heyman or Lesnar in Anaheim, CA on Monday but as noted, we know that Lesnar was in Las Vegas on Sunday to meet with UFC President Dana White as White tweeted out a photo of the two. White responded saying that the odds of Lesnar returning to the company were "very, very, very good".

Despite the obstacles in Lesnar's way and a mirky recent past in the UFC, White is hopeful the former heavyweight champion will return to the sport this year. Lesnar's contract is now set to expire soon after WrestleMania, and there has been legitimate speculation that Lesnar could head back to UFC.

No matter what Lesnar's future holds, don't be surprised if WWE uses the idea that Lesnar could jump to the UFC as part of the WrestleMania storyline. Lesnar defeated Mark Hunt via unanimous decision, but that result was ultimately overturned to a no contest due to the failed drug test.

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It's well known that Universal champion Brock Lesnar was originally expected to show up on the February 28 edition of Raw for the first episode since the Elimination Chamber PPV.

Brock Lesnar is one of the most frightening men on the planet.

WWE's goal for WrestleMania is to get Reigns cheered by fans in the lead-up to the match so that he receives a positive reaction when he wins the title.

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Harvick: "I can't go without asking because Brock Lesnar is a good friend of mine". The real question is has WWE invested to much time and energy in a champion who doesn't even want to be there?

At age 40, Lesnar's window in UFC is probably nearing a close.

Paul Heyman, Lesnar's on-screen manager, addressed the situation last week with TMZ. Though, WWE is said to have a backup plan in the form of Reigns taking on Braun Strowman (a matchup we've seen way too many times).

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