Paul Heyman teases Brock Lesnar career change



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Paul Heyman teases Brock Lesnar career change

Brock Lesnar hasn't been in the WWE rings for about a year now, and he's been thrilling all fans of the WWE Universe. The last time we saw him at Wrestlemania 36 where he was defeated by the then WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, in a surprisingly one-way match.

From that day, every month or better every week all wrestling fans and in general the same insiders wonder when The Beast Incarnate will return to a wrestling ring. The decision to bring the public back to Wrestlemania 37 had hinted at a possible return of Lesnar for these two important evenings but the latest rumors have reported that in fact, it will not be so.

The matches for the title are outlined, it is impossible to see Brock Lesnar against Bobby Lashley or against Roman Reigns (two matches highly anticipated by fans) and consequently, we will still have to wait to see the biggest ring beast of recent years.

In reality, the title matches are designated with The All Mighty facing WWE Championship Drew McIntyre while Roman Reigns is expected to challenge Edge and possibly Daniel Bryan in a Triple Threat Match for the title (this is not yet official).

Paul Heyman has responded to a question about Brock Lesnar’s WWE future by teasing that the eight-time WWE World Champion could change his career.

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WWE Mad Genius and former manager of Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman, spoke to GiveMeSport again to talk about what could be the future of the former MMA fighter.

In the course of the interview, Heyman said: "The only thing I want to say about Brock Lesnar is that Brock does whatever he wants and wants. He might decide to go back to WWE one day or maybe have another fight in WWE, but he could even play in the NBA or in the 40 years becoming a Major League Baseball player, Brock Lesnar can do what he wants and no one can stop him."

Brock Lesnar has participated in every edition of Wrestlemania from 2013 to 2020 and so this could be the first absence from this great show in years. Currently, Brock Lesnar is a Free Agent and last August WWE removed the Merchandising regarding the mighty wrestler from its online store.

New WWE Champion Bobby Lashley has repeatedly said in recent years that he wants to face Lesnar. The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer reported last week that WWE promised Lashley a match against Lesnar, but “they just never got around to it”.