Brock Lesnar is currently debating his future in WWE at the moment as he is reportedly considering leaving the company in favor of returning to UFC. Brock Lesnar will be appearing on Monday Night Raw to have a confrontation with a Roman Reigns prior to their upcoming Unviersal Championship match at WrestleMania in New Orleans, Louisiana. For now though, Lesnar just made an appearance at a recent live event in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He competed in a match against Intercontinental Championship The Miz in a non-title match. Lesnar went on to defeat The Miz in just under 90 seconds, then he laid waste to The Miztourage and the referee in the match.
After the @BrockLesnar F5 to referee in #WWEMinny live event @HeymanHustle pic.twitter.com/9Jw9ZzhfhO
— Max Mann (@brocklesnar_max) March 10, 2018
Austin Aries shocked the world last night when he appeared at last night’s 16th anniversary show for Ring of Honor. He challenged Kenny King for his ROH Television title and brought all of the titles that he has won in other promotions, including Impact Wrestling. Several fans have been wondering how Aries was able to appear for ROH since he is the world champion for Impact. According to a report for PWInsider, Aries is not actually under contract to Imapct Wrestling. This is why he was able to appear during last night’s ROH event even though he works for a rival promotion. Impact Wrestling was never mentioned during Aries’ apprearance at ROH last night.
Ric Flair is one of the most legendary performers in the history of pro wrestling, but lately he has been cementing his place as a pop culture icon. Flair’s recent 30 for 30 ESPN special was praised by critics and audiences, and he also just appear per inter music video for rapper Offset’s song Ric Flair Drip. It looks like Flair has just landed a couple of acting roles. Flair has already been confirmed to appear and serve as executive producer of a film called ‘Uncle Steamroller & Champion Rabbit.’ According to The Wrap, Flair has just joined another movie called Easter. Flair will play himself and will be joined by Glenn Close, Carl Weathers, Joe Leland, Reginald VelJohnson.
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