Brock Lesnar may have lost his Universal Championship to Seth Rollins back at WrestleMania 35 but he has since been able to re-ignite his wrestling career by becoming Mr. Money in the Bank.
Lesnar has never won Money in the Bank before and was a shock addition to the match back in May where he was able to throw Ali off a ladder to then become The Beast in the Bank and put both Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins on notice.
Lesnar has seemingly set his sights on Seth Rollins in recent weeks, but back at Stomping Grounds, Paul Heyman made it clear that Lesnar is still undecided and could still come for Kingston and his WWE Championship if he wants to.
It’s an interesting predicament and one that Lesnar can continue to push for another eleven months, which could be why it’s reported that he has opted to sign a new deal with WWE.
According to Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer, Lesnar “has been offered really good money” which suggests that “he may have signed a longer-term deal with WWE.”
The former Universal Champion’s future has been up in the air over the past year since it was well known that his contract came to an end with WWE following last year’s WrestleMania but after telling UFC President Dana White that he was retiring from the sport, he returned to WWE at Crown Jewel to take back at Universal Championship.
The Beast Incarnate has been able to sign short team deals with the company in the past and could have once again signed a deal that will keep him in the ring until WrestleMania 36, where he should have already cashed in his Money in the Bank contract and can finally retire from the ring at the ripe age of 42.