WWE Rumor: Brock Lesnar To Start Contract Negotiations With AEW, WWE And UFC
Brock Lesnar is the biggest draw in the current WWE or in whatever promotion he works in. He has been a marquee player throughout the pro-wrestling or MMA career. With Wrestlemania approaching, rumors are running rampant whether that could mark the end of his run in the WWE. It further leads us to the unavoidable question whether he goes back to the UFC promotion or signs contract with a brand new rival promotion of WWE.
The arrival of All Elite Wrestling promotion has changed the game of pro-wrestling to a big extent. Wrestling pundits believe that someone has emerged as the top-most competitor of WWE to throw the biggest challenge, to date. Superstars have a suitable option to leave WWE if they are not happy in their current role. They might get to have the same amount of money that WWE offers to certain superstars.
Brock Lesnar is the highest-paid athlete in the entire WWE, today. Vince McMahon pays him the check with the highest amount to keep him happy. But the Cody Rhodes-led promotion might have reached him with a lucrative deal for the future. If the rumors are true then the WWE Universal Champion has paid attention to it and showed interest to negotiate further with it. This could indeed be a sign that Brock Lesnar leaves WWE in due course.
As reported by Wrestling Observer Radio, Brock Lesnar will soon begin talking to multiple promotions about the contract. It includes WWE, UFC and the newest promotion in the mix, All Elite Wrestling promotion. He is currently under the deal with the WWE that forces him to work through WrestleMania 35 and the yearly Saudi Arabia event in May. But after this, he will be free and might just decide to pick his route from the three-way direction.
Additionally, the source informed that the man in charge of this negotiation is none other than Paul Heyman. Dave Meltzer revealed the information stating the below,
“Paul E is negotiating the biggest three-way dance of his life. AEW, WWE, and UFC all for the same guy. That’s an interesting game, isn’t it?”
The inside belief is that All Elite Wrestling has the ability to offer Brock Lesnar the same amount of money that WWE or UFC would. So money would not be a matter in this case. It depends on Lesnar’s will on if he wishes to stay on the two already tested brands or join an upstart promotion.
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