Lesnar is now the WWE Universal champion but did not attend Raw this week, which led to WrestleMania opponent Roman Reigns slamming Lesnar on-air for a perceived "lack of respect" towards the organisation. That is likely in order to avoid taking the intrigue out of Lesnar's match with Reigns and potentially give WWE an extended period to negotiate a new deal should both sides so choose.
We noted before that the WWE website covered Lesnar's absence and noted that they reached out to Heyman for comments but he offered none.
All it took was one Twitter post to fuel speculation about Lesnar's future.
At age 40, Lesnar's window in UFC is probably nearing a close. He was about to headline WrestleMania in a title match with Reigns, and his WWE contract was set to expire shortly after the PPV. "When Brock Lesnar won the championship, it was fun".
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Reigns cut a scathing promo on Lesnar for not showing up, claiming he had no respect for the WWE. That's when talk of a super-fight between Lesnar and former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones reached its peak.
That victory was overturned to a no contest following the discovery that he'd failed drug tests before and after the historic card.
The 41-year-old wrestler went on to venture into the mixed martial arts scene after his stint in WWE where he earned a record of 15-2.
That doesn't mean Lesnar won't at least flirt with the idea of going back to the UFC. It is was not clear if Lesnar actually no-showed the event as a negotiation tactic against WWE, or if it was a creative call by the company.
WWE has doubled down on whether current Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will appear at Saturday's live event in Chicago, Illinois. Meanwhile, manager Paul Heyman recently told TMZ Sports that the time away from the Octagon could do Lesnar some good. "What are the odds we see Brock fight again in the UFC?".