Will Brock Lesnar Be With WWE Or UFC After WrestleMania 34?

Lawrence Cooper
March 3, 2018

According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio (via wrestlinginc.com), Braun Strowman was pulled from the WrestleMania 34 singles match with WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz due to concern over the Brock Lesnar vs.

The timing of White's comments, however, are very important. The interesting part is that wrestling journalists have not been able to pinpoint if Lesnar's absence on Raw this week was part of a storyline, or something more real.

In just a little more than one month, Brock Lesnar is supposed to defend the WWE Universal Title against Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania 34 in New Orleans. They need to make it clear that everything Reigns said about Lesnar is true and the fans should be grateful whenever Lesnar decides to grace them with his presence. Although he was set to fight another opponent on the card, Lesnar and Jones teased a potential fight with each other at some point after the event.

It should be noted that the WWE was also in the city on that night for their Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event on the WWE Network, but Lesnar didn't appear on the show.

The retirement froze Lesnar's suspension and the WWE star can not resume his octagon career until he re-enters the USADA testing pool and serves out the remainder of his ban, which stands at six months.

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It's reported that Lesnar is more interested in negotiating his next deal than becoming a "team player" in WWE. Lesnar also has yet to voice any announcements regarding his stint on WWE or his rumored return to UFC.

Would you be excited to see Brock Lesnar back in the UFC?

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.

It had been promoted that the victor of that match would have a face-to-face confrontation with Lesnar and Paul Heyman on "Raw". It gives him even more leverage in negotiations with WWE, where he already works on a part-time schedule. Lesnar was suspended by the USADA for testing positive for banned substances following his fight with Mark Hunt at UFC 200. If WWE really pushes the fact that Lesnar could leave WWE for UFC and take the Universal Title with him, maybe the fans will rally behind the guy who is staying.

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