WWE Rumor: Brock Lesnar Wants To Retire From WWE At Wrestlemania 36
We have previously noted that Brock Lesnar has said goodbye to Mixed Martial Arts competition. According to Ariel Halwani and Brett Okamoto of ESPN, the former UFC Heavyweight Champion has announced retirement from MMA once again and won’t be returning to the UFC. There’s still no official update came from UFC’s part though.
However, the ESPN reports can’t be false since the sources have mentioned UFC President Dana White as the source. It was him who informed the company that his time is up and he won’t be returning for a fight in the future. The following comments confirmed the dream bout with Daniel Cormier is also not happening,
“[Lesnar] told me he’s done, he’s retired,” White told ESPN. “We’re going to move in another direction with Cormier.”
Now more reports are available regarding the career of the biggest prizefighter that the combat sports has ever seen. With UFC being in the history books, pro-wrestling seems the only option available for him. At this 40-plus age, he is not going to jump ships to another sport. However, he may be thinking to hang up his boots real quick from this stream, as well.
It may come as a shocker to the pro-wrestling world but Brock Lesnar may be thinking of quitting wrestling in due course. It may very well be happening at Wrestlemania 36 in Tampa Bay, Florida. According to Brad Shepard, MMA isn’t the only thing that Brock Lesnar wants to retire from. WWE could be next in line to witness the end of the beast incarnate at Wrestlemania 36 which happens in 2020.
“According to Brett Okamoto of ESPN, UFC President Dana White told him Brock Lesnar is retired from UFC, but there’s an even bigger story which hasn’t been reported yet. Brock had a conversation with Vince McMahon over the weekend and wants to retire from WWE at WrestleMania 36. That’s huge.”
As you can see, the source mentioned that Vince McMahon and Brock Lesnar already had a conversation over the retirement plans in recent past. There’s still no update whether McMahon has approved the idea of letting go the biggest box office attraction at next year’s Wrestlemania.
For now, Brock Lesnar will be going to work WWE’s Saudi Arabia PPV on June 7th. WWE also confirmed the name of Goldberg and The Undertaker for that global pay-per-view event.
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