Is Brock Lesnar Leaving WWE After Beating Roman Reigns?

Calvin Saunders
April 10, 2018

And then there's the Universal Championship situation, which has to improve for the well-being of the Raw brand because in all honesty, Lesnar vs. Reigns last night was probably the worst main event in WrestleMania history. More likely, Lesnar may have been frustrated that the crowd treated the match like a joke, chanting "This is awful" and "Boring" throughout. We are proud to offer our popular Wrestling Rumors app and encourage you to download it for an optimized user experience.

Lesnar is reported to have had backstage altercations with WWE staff before, and is even alleged to have "no-showed" an episode of Raw in 2015. The two started out exchanging German suplexes and Superman punches, much as you might expect-the beginning of this match was like when you're watching two Ryu players in the arcade, and they spend the entire round spamming hadoukens at each other.

Lesnar famously spent a preseason with Minnesota back in 2004 after his first retirement from WWE. Nakamura has now lost both his WWE Championship opportunities (the other against Jinder Mahal) so a change in direction should be beneficial for him.

WWE issued a new press release earlier today confirming that Brock Lesnar has re-signed a new contract with the WWE. Former UFC champion Ronda Rousey starred in her in-ring debut.

Universal Champion Lesnar stunned fans by defeating the overwhelming favourite Roman Reigns.

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There were reports that Lesnar and Vince McMahon got into an unscripted heated verbal exchange with WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon after Lesnar's match with Reigns, that was met with jeers from the audience. Brock can easily put himself in the heavyweight title picture with just one win, so it will be interesting to see what the future holds for the beast. Great old school mixed tag match. Perhaps, Lesnar wants to know why he was made to look like a fool.

Jinder Mahal was another surprise in New Orleans.

Despite the fact that John Cena had been calling out the Undertaker for weeks, there was still some speculation surrounding whether or not he would make it to Wrestlemania.

Charlotte Flair beat Asuka to retain the WWE SmackDown women's championship and end Asuka's streak in the WWE that lasted well over two years.

Other reports by MaliBehiribAe

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