Brock Lesnar is considered by all fans to be one of the greatest wrestlers ever to appear in the WWE rings and all fans of the WWE Universe are waiting to know his future. His contract with Vince McMahon's federation has expired for several months now, but The Beast Incarnate topic is always on the crest of the wave among fans.
Years have passed since the discussion of a possible and hypothetical match between Brock Lesnar and Conor McGregor, UFC fighter born in Ireland and one of the legends of this particular sport. There has been a lot of discussion about this match, but in fact, there has never been concrete proof of this possibility.
Brock Lesnar is free to do as he pleases since his WWE contract expired
In recent weeks we have returned to discuss this hypothetical match, especially since Brock Lesnar is free from any contract and therefore can do what he likes.
At the same time, an interview with the former WWE champion was reported in vogue, who in fact declined this possibility. Here are his words: "Today's kids are always playing these damn video games and living in a world with a false sense of reality.
The reality is that I am a giant of nearly two hundred and ninety pounds and I face people much larger than him. He can say what he likes and if he wants to talk about me to advertise, he already knows how I think." For several months there have been talks of a possible return of Brock Lesnar to Wrestlemania 37.
According to colleagues at WrestleVotes, there could be an incredible Triple Threat Match between current WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, possible Royal Rumble winner Keith Lee (I'm in many to give it as a favorite) and finally Brock Lesnar who could be the great surprise of the Show of the Immortals.
These are just early rumors but it seems certain that this three-way match would intrigue everyone and literally drive the WWE Universe crazy. Brock Lesnar has made magic in the squared circle facing opponents much smaller than him.
He likes wrestling guys like AJ Styles for that reason. That same mindset obviously doesn’t apply to the Octagon, especially with someone like Conor McGregor who isn’t bigger than the former UFC Heavyweight Champions’ bowel movements.
Lesnar has been absent from WWE television ever since he dropped the WWE Title to Drew McIntyre back at WrestleMania 36. It was also reported last month that WWE gave up on trademarking Brock Lesnar’s name. We will have to see if Lesnar decides to return to WWE eventually.