It seems very odd or unlikely for that matter that WWE wouldn't have all the bases covered with Lesnar's schedule on a match they been planning for almost a year.
Brock Lesnar is now under contract with the WWE, although that current agreement is set to expire after the upcoming Wrestlemania 34 event. The second is because there could have been heat on him for the photo that Dana White sent out of Lesnar during the Elimination Chamber event and they made a decision to not use him at all.
That said, WWE may not need to pay Lesnar lots of money anymore since they have now got Ronda Rousey on the roster.
There is no doubt the UFC is now in need of stars and with the history the two fighters have after Cain Velasquez defeated Brock Lesnar for the UFC Heavyweight Championship via TKO (punches) at UFC 121 in 2010, this is a good possibility. He might currently be on the WWE's roster but there's suggestions he could soon return to UFC and now Dana White has added more fuel to the fire. He told TMZ Sports: "I'd like to see it - yeah, I'd like to see him come back".
Of course, Lesnar's contract with WWE coming to an end also means he's in the midst of contract negotiations and this exact same scenario has unfolded before.More news: Jaguar I-Pace Revealed Ahead of Geneva Motor Show
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Ironically enough it was around this time three years ago in the build-up towards these two's first meeting at WrestleMania, that there was doubt cast around Lesnar's future beyond the showpiece event. WWE has allowed him to work a part-time schedule while keeping him as one of the faces of the company, so this might be a matter of Lesnar choosing his passion versus what is best for his long-term health.
This year, the rumblings are stronger than ever.
Once, this photo was sent out on the social media platform, there were many fight fans that believed this might be a tease for Lesnar to return to the promotion and fight once again in the Octagon. He doesn't respect any of you.
According to the report that was posted on F4WOnline.com, a plan is in place by WWE to get Reigns cheered at WrestleMania 34.
Fans should not be surprised if the next few weeks feature Reigns cutting more scathing promos and possibly even getting into physical altercations with Lesnar.