Brock Lesnar will surely be remembered as one of the greatest superstars in WWE history and especially in recent history, he has had great success. The five-time WWE Champion and three-time Universal Champion has always had a huge impact in Vince McMahon's company and many dreams of challenging him.
Currently, the wrestler is Free Agent, he has no contract and realistically there is no mention of his imminent return to the federation. He had mentioned his reappearance several times in WWE, given the return of the public, for Wrestlemania 37, but several sources reiterate that at the moment this is a rather remote possibility.
There are many wrestlers who recently said they were fascinated by The Beast Incarnate, we have WWE Champion Bobby Lashley who repeatedly said he wanted to face the beast, but this thing is currently very far from being realized.
In the last few hours, a new WWE superstar has declared that she dreams of wanting to challenge Brock Lesnar.
Brock Lesnar's current status for a WWE return
During an interview with WrestleSquare's Mr. Posivity, NXT superstar Jeet Rama gave interview about the possibility of facing a 'dream' opponent The wrestler, originally from Haryana, signed with WWE in 2015 where he began collaborating in Performance Centers and occasionally works with the NXT roster.
The wrestler has stated that his life dream is to challenge The Beast Incarnate and has always had this desire "in the drawer" Currently, Brock Lesnar has been absent for about a year, we do not see him in the ring since Wrestlemania 36 in the match against Drew McIntyre and recently Triple H, WWE executive, clarified the situation on the former WWE Champion: "One of the things I've learned about Brock is that he decides everything himself.
Nobody can get him to do something he doesn't want. Will he come back? Only time will tell and I don't know if and when he will be able to return. If you want to know for sure I tell you to contact Brock Lesnar and discuss this with him'
Throughout his 2012-2020 WWE run, it was not uncommon for Brock Lesnar to remain away from television for several months. This often happened after his high-profile matches at WrestleMania and SummerSlam. Lesnar recorded one of the most unexpected victories in WWE history in 2014 when he broke The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania.
As Paul Wight alluded to, Paul Heyman repeatedly bragged about his client’s famous victory in the months that followed the event.