Backstage News on Brock Lesnar's WWE Contract

Kelvin Reese
April 10, 2018

According to sources of ProWrestlingSheet.com, WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar & Vince McMahon had some kind of a brief altercation in the Gorilla Position after the WrestleMania Main Event.

From a random fan Nicholas winning the RAW Tag-team championship along with Braun Strowman to Asuka's unbeaten streak in the WWE ending, the showcase of the immortals had quite a few aces up it sleeve.

At the show opener, Seth Rollins became the newest "Grand Slam Champion" after he defeated Finn Balor and defending champion The Miz to win the Intercontinental Title.

To win over the planet and consume the minds of every wrestling fan, WWE can't help but try to see beyond the niche and make its carnival tent as big as possible.

Perhaps more importantly, though WWE ultimately shocked us by going in the other direction, Reigns slaying the Beast had seemed like such a foregone conclusion that it was hard to care about anything leading up to the coronation.

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It didn't take The Bludgeon Brothers - Harper and Rowan - very long to take The Usos' titles in New Orleans.

The WWE Universe was on its toes as they awaited to see not only if Brock Lesnar would successfully retain his Universal Championship over Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 34, but if he'd also be leaving the squared circle altogether.

This is a reason why McMahon is allowing Lesnar to do both MMA and professional wrestling at the same time! A bloody Reigns attempts another comeback, but Lesnar delivered the sixth F5 of the match, which is finally enough to finish off Reigns. Rousey looked like a true star, making McMahon tap out to end the match.

Once the match was over, Lesnar headed backstage with Paul Heyman, and that is where the main event fight actually began.

Reigns is a brooding, moody kind of hero; he doesn't go out of his way to give fans a reason to cheer for him beyond that he's big, handsome and tough. WWE Network, the first-ever 24/7 over-the-top premium network that includes all live pay-per-views, scheduled programming and a massive video-on-demand library, is now available in more than 180 countries. Adam Cole won the newly introduced NXT North American Championship in a six-way ladder match that will go down as a classic.

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