However, all good things come to an end. We may have just seen Brock Lesnar’s last match in WWE, against his biggest opponent (literally) in WWE history.
Brock Lesnar’s Last Match
It looks like Brock Lesnar’s last match in WWE could have been
Lesnar has had a legendary run in the WWE. He has defeated 16 Hall of Famer’s across his career, including Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan and Kurt Angle, to name but a few.
In recent years, he has been a part of a multi-year feud with Roman Reigns. The pair battled in three WrestleMania events, trading victories in two, with neither man winning their first encounter.
However, it is rumoured that he WrestleMania 39 match against Omos could be his last in the WWE.
Brock Lesnar wrestled Omos in the opening match of WrestleMania 39, night 2. The Beast was the underdog against the 7 foot 3 Nigerian Giant, wrestling a much different match than he is used to.
He had to fight from underneath, using his speed rather than his strength. He was hit by a series of scoop slams and a chokeslam, but held in the match.
Brock Lesnar managed to hit three German Suplexes, before an impressive F5 on the giant put Omos away for good, getting the three count before exiting the ring in a hurry.
Brock Lesnar’s Contract
According to PWInsider (h/t Felix Upton of Ringside News), Lesnar said goodbye to some people backstage at Monday’s episode of Raw and told them he was “finishing up” soon.
This was not clarified, with some speculation as to what that meant. Some took it to mean that Brcok Lesnar’s contract is soon up with the WWE, with the Omos match at WrestleMania being his last with the company.
However, with him pinning the unstoppable giant clean, there is doubt about whether or not Brock Lesnar has signed a new contract with the WWE.
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