WWE Possibly Getting Ready To Bring Brock Lesnar Back For Huge Match At WrestleMania 37

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Brock Lesnar hasn’t been seen in a WWE ring since WrestleMania 36 where he dropped the WWE Championship to Drew McIntyre.

Back in August of 2020 we reported at The Ringside Roster that Lesnar was no longer under contract with WWE as the two side were reportedly not able to come to an agreement. Since that time everyone has been wondering where he may turn up next. A return to the UFC was rumored, but nothing has happened as of this time. However, a WWE return is more likely at some point and it may even be happening soon.

This week on WWE’s “After The Bell” hosted by Corey Graves the topic came up of Bobby Lashley winning the WWE Championship against The Miz as well as who he would face at WrestleMania 37. Both Graves and Vic Joseph had a lot to say on the subject and it was definitely interesting.

Joseph noted that there was an obvious answer to that question, but said he didn’t want to say it. That’s when Corey Graves stepped in and exclaimed “Brock Lesnar!”.

It’s a match that fans have wanted to see for years and that Bobby Lashley has been pushing for behind the scenes for a long time as well. Lashley Vs Lesnar for the WWE Championship would be quite the clash and one that would be perfect for WWE’s biggest show of the year. It’s possible that WWE and Lesnar may have been working on a deal behind the scenes and finally came to an agreement. If that’s the case then we’ll just have to wait and see what happens.


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Drew Desocio is the Owner and Founder of The Ringside Roster. He has been a wrestling fan since the early 90's. He instantly fell in love with pro wrestling while watching stars such as Shawn Michaels, Razor Ramon and the Ultimate Warrior in the WWE. He has worked at several different radio stations such as The Universal Takeover Network & UTN Sports as well as various different popular YouTube channels and Podcasts over the years covering wrestling. After meeting prominent journalist Marc Middleton, Drew began working on his own idea for a wrestling news outlet. The goal was to give people a place where they could get their wrestling news and information from a source they can trust while creating a great community of people in the process, thus The Ringside Roster was created in 2017. It quickly became one of the most popular and widely recognized sources for everything pro wrestling. Drew's hobbies include playing video games, watching movies, working out, going to the beach, as well as being an Eagles fan. #FlyEaglesFly