Brock Lesnar’s post-SummerSlam plans possibly revealed

Brock Lesnar is the Beast Incarnate but he might not be sticking around WWE for very much longer after SummerSlam. Paul Heyman revealed during their segment on Raw that if Brock loses his title in the fatal four-way match against Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns, and Samoa Joe that Lesnar was walking and he was going with him.



During his promo Heyman made several thick allusions to Lesnar seeking greener pastures and even dropped the word “ultimate.” While it might be possible WWE is wrapping their story around reality or even setting the whole situation up as a work, Jon Jones and Brock Lesnar still say they want to fight each other. If that fight did happen it would have to be in the Ultimate Fighting Championship which would mean Lesnar could have to take another hiatus from the ring.

But with Lesnar’s current contract set up in the way it is things might not be that simple for the current Universal Champion. He might not be able to just pick up his ball and go play on another court at this juncture because he has obligations to fulfill.

Whiles cards are always subject to change, Brock Lesnar has a few big shows lined up already for WWE including two Monday Night Raws, a PPV, and a house show. So even if he loses the Universal Championship at The Biggest Party Of The Summer there’s a good chance he’ll be sticking around for a bit longer.

Lesnar’s plans for after SummerSlam might have been revealed because he’s already booked for a handful of dates following August 20th:

WWE Monday Night Raw on 8/28
FedEx Forum in Memphis

WWE Monday Night Raw on 9/11
Honda Center in Anaheim

WWE No Mercy on 9/24
Staples Center in Los Angeles

WWE live event on 9/30
Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg

But it’s interesting to note he appears to be free after September for now.

(Thanks to Corey Jacobs from for the info)

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