On Thursday, Wrestling Observer reported that Lesnar will be wrestling at SummerSlam which was a concern of some fans.
Following his appearance at UFC 226, reports have stated that Lesnar will likely be dropping the Universal title soon ahead of his switch from WWE to UFC for a potential fight vs Daniel Cormier inside the Octagon. He points out that Lesnar is a legitimate heavyweight who has to cut to make weight as a heavyweight, whereas Daniel Cormier will be lighter than Lesnar, coming in at around the 240lb mark.
More recently, Diaz has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons after he was arrested in Las Vegas where he now faces several felony charges after he was accused of assault in a domestic violence case.
Fightful Wrestling will continue to update readers on Lesnar's future schedule.
Now, the idea is that the victor of the Roman Reigns vs. Bobby Lashley match will take on Lesnar at SummerSlam, and that is expected to be the former.
Lesnar is now being advertised for the Raw after SummerSlam at the Barclays Center.
Later a multi-man number one contender's match was created but canceled when Lesnar's advocate Paul Heyman publicly disagreed with the notion that Lesnar would be competing against a wrestler of WWE's choice.
Well, the UFC, WWE or someone has to figure out what's going on in Lesnar's mouth before any talks of a title fight move forward.
At the same time, Reigns has been built up to eventually defeat Lesnar for several years now.
Oh no. Take a closer look at his WWE matches the same shortcoming can be seen!
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter states that this superstar is Money in the Bank victor Braun Strowman and for a very important reason. Strowman could announce in advance that he wants to cash-in for a match with Lesnar at SummerSlam, or he could cash-in as a surprise following the match between Lesnar and whoever challenges him as a way of sending the crowd home happy. After all, should Lesnar defeat Cormier, there would be a goldmine in being able to promote Lesnar as both the WWE Universal Champion and UFC Heavyweight Champion, simultaneously. With Brock Lesnar definitely on his way out and heading back to the UFC, the Universal Championship is going to have to change hands and it will likely happen at SummerSlam.