Brock Lesnar's New Contract & When It Could Expire

Lula Sharp
April 15, 2018

Fans had a lot of questions regarding Lesnar's status after the event, but WWE later announced that Brock Lesnar has signed a new contract with the company.

Middleton wrote "there were words exchanged" but that things didn't get physical before Lesnar left with advocate Paul Heyman. It was rumored for several months that Roman Reigns would be winning the championship, and Lesnar would be departing the company after the grandest stage of them all. The deal includes Lesnar being allowed to fight in the UFC, which is something he insisted on if he were to re-sign with the pro wrestling giant. The reason for the alleged confrontation remains unclear.

The number fights Lesnar allowed under the deal is unknown at this time. It is a possibility that Lesnar would only work this one match under the contract even though the contract is not listed as a one-match deal, with the likelihood of the contract expiring as early as August, even before WWE SummerSlam.

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Lesnar was expected to walk away from WWE after WrestleMania 34, but he instead re-signed with the professional wrestling promotion, and has been booked to defend his title April 27 in Saudi Arabia versus Roman Reigns inside a steel cage.

Lesnar was linked with a WWE exodus after WrestleMania 34 to reignite his MMA career. He has run through pretty much every major star in WWE, and fans have grown tired of watching the same Lesnar singles match for years.

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