Brock Lesnar's contract with the Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has come to an end in recent weeks, leaving for the moment a huge mystery about what the future of the career for The Beast Incarnate could be. A future that, however, according to several authoritative insiders, should soon bring him back into the ranks of the WWE itself.
The 'Wrestling Observer Newsletter' talked about it in these hours, according to which the very long-term plans of the WWE however provide for a return to the very high floors of the company of the former Universal and WWE Champion, with the final goal that at present leads almost inevitably towards WrestleMania 37.
In fact, the source refers to a WWE project in view of the Grandaddy of Them All of 2021, which would see in the main event a Drew McIntyre still champion going to clash with the very one from whom he snatched the title, exactly one year after their previous challenge.
All of this obviously would not necessarily be connected to a confirmation of the Scotsman as champion for the duration of these months (starting among other things from the current feud with Randy Orton), but would have the only assumption that he would arrive in April with the belt.
around the waist. Possibly also thanks to a second reign, with a regain of the title after having perhaps lost it in the meantime.
News on Brock Lesnar
We can recall that just a few days ago the head of the Observer, Dave Meltzer, had always stated on his Newsletter that instead the WWE seemed inclined not to offer a new contract to Brock Lesnar.
The well-known journalist reported that he learned from a person very close to the WWE that signing a new agreement with Brock Lesnar would be deleterious at this time and indeed it would be just a tactic to keep him away from WWE.
Based on that source's reconstruction, The Beast Incarnate tried to use the tactic by talking about possible AEW offers to secure a new big deal with WWE. At the same time, however, it seems unlikely that a company like All Elite Wrestling, currently intent on settling the economic situation after the health emergency, will sling on an expensive athlete like Brock Lesnar.
In the meantime, however, the same Newsletter talks about new ambitious plans for the future of Brock Lesnar in WWE. With the feeling, therefore, that maybe something in the meantime could have changed in a way that is as profound as it is sudden.