Published: Tue, April 10, 2018

Dana White: Brock Lesnar Close to Deal with UFC

Dana White: Brock Lesnar Close to Deal with UFC

Vito begins by talking about the Universal Title match between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. But we will keep you posted with more information if we receive it.

In case you haven't noticed, #WrestleMania - the biggest yearly event in WWE - is trending at number one on Twitter and will be for the next couple of hours. He also retains the WWE Championship, which could mean more matches against Nakamura or a possible showdown with Daniel Bryan.

The match was low on quality on drama, but the surprise result ensures that Lesnar's future with WWE is still not fully decided.

The Cruiserweight Championship match between Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali was a very solid match as most expected it to be to with some great storytelling involved as well.

Either way, Lesnar's presence is a boost for the WWE, who has pushed the former collegiate All-American wrestler as one of its toughest attractions.

This is a reason why McMahon is allowing Lesnar to do both MMA and professional wrestling at the same time!

Universal Champion Lesnar stunned fans by defeating the overwhelming favourite Roman Reigns.

The outcome seems the easiest to pick out of all the matches at Wrestlemania 34, given the WWE's insistent years-long push of the Reigns character combined with all the real-world noise being made about Brock Lesnar's impending return to the ultra violence of the UFC.

When Reigns kicked out off a second F5, it became apparent that this match was not what everyone expected, and as Reigns once again escaped from the third F5 pin, the crowd began to grow tired. The match between the ultimate gladiators of WWE happened after the big dog defeated John Cena, Braun Strowman, Elias, Seth Rollins, The Miz at the Elimination Chamber Match.

Another exciting match of the night was UFC icon Ronda Rousey teaming up with 1996 Atlanta Olympic Gold medal victor Kurt Angle to defeat Tripple H and his wife Stephanie McMahon. Great old school mixed tag match.

Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. In their first year of having two Royal Rumble matches - one for men and one for women - neither of the winners went on to win the title at WrestleMania. He also tied the UFC heavyweight title defense record at two until Stipe Miocic defended his belt for the third time this year.

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