After WWE Draft ended, many WWE superstars became free agents, like Brock Lesnar. Lesnar was neither drafted by SmackDown nor Raw. However, this can lead to something better, endless possibilities for Brock. It is rumored that Brock’s free agent decision was indeed last minute.
In an interview with Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer stated, “I don’t know if it’s one of those things, because he was supposed to be picked on today’s show, and then they announce at the beginning of the show that he’s not eligible to be picked because he’s gonna do whatever he wants“.
However, now Roman Reigns is in SmackDown with both the championships and WWE is going to crown a new world heavyweight champion on RAW, Brock has good opportunities.
Now, either Brock can be a great contender for a new championship or he can end his business with The Bloodline at SmackDown. With Brock Lesnar, there are many other wrestlers who went as free agents and weren’t picked by either of the brands. Some of them are Omos, Mustafa Ali, Dolph Ziggler, Baron Corbin, and Shelton Benjamin.
Brock Lesnar’s WWE career began in 2000 when he signed with the company after a successful stint in college wrestling and a brief run in Ohio Valley Wrestling, WWE’s developmental territory at the time.
At SummerSlam 2002, he defeated The Rock to become the youngest WWE Champion in history. After he lost the championship, Lesnar took a break from WWE to step into NFL. However, he ended up in UFC and achieved major success. While some fans criticize Lesnar for his limited appearances, others appreciate the novelty of seeing a special attraction wrestler like Lesnar in sporadic matches.
In The Beast Incarnate’s entire career, WrestleMania 34 match was his most controversial moment. He defeated Roman Reigns in the main event for retaining his Universal Champion. Some fans felt that Reigns, who had been pushed as the company’s top star, should have won the match.
Apart from being pushed by WWE fans on social media, he continued on his journey to give amazing matches against Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles, and Seth Rollins. He also won the Money in the Bank ladder match in 2019. It gave him the ability to cash in a championship match.
In conclusion, Brock Lesnar’s career in WWE was marked by numerous championship wins, dominant performances, and controversial moments. Despite his part-timing schedule and fewer appearances in WWE, fans still love his personality as a showstopper. WWE fans will always remember the 45-year-old’s legacy. His influence on wrestling as a Beast Incarnate is a testament to his talent and skill as a performer.
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