Brock Lesnar To Challenge Daniel Cormier

The universal joke that is the part time Universal champion continues to show his disrespect for the WWE and it’s superstars, it’s championships rich history and the company’s fans by not defending the Universal championship let alone showing up to Raw.

If fact Brock Lesnar has been a no-show since the Greatest Royal Rumble event held back in April but Lesnar it seems does occasionally creep out of the wood work as he has been seen at Cageside.

It seems Lesnar is opting to challenge for more gold in the form of the UFC’s Heavyweight Championship in a bout that would see him step into the octagon against Daniel Cormier, their actually going to pay him more money to claim more gold instead of staying within WWE and defending the one he already carries.

And if you think his last title defence for the Universal championship was a long way off, crunch this next one, Lesnar last competed in the UFC in July…2016 and they are now just handing him a title bout, a stint in the UFC wouldn’t be so bad if the man wasn’t Universal champion but since the Greatest Royal Rumble event screw job over Roman Reigns, Lesnar still holds the gold.

When the WWE made the announcement, they said to stay tuned for any updates on Lesnar’s WWE contract.

Stay tuned, why in the name of Ric Flair’s WOOOOOO would we stay tuned – a egotistical fuck-up doesn’t have a proper WWE contract he’s got the WWE by the balls and over a barrel, the man holds the belt hostage that he has no plans to defend.

The belt has lost all its prestige, the WWE now need to think about a replacement as fans no longer care of the fate of Raw’s top prize and you have to think of the money the mans on, the WWE has to pay him a truck full and the mans a no-show, part-time prat.

No wonder the company is losing money

MajorMadMike

Been a fan of the WWE since 2000, watched a few from the early years online, wasn’t a fan of where the “Powers that be” were taking the company but it has gotten better with the brand split, I thought that it was a format that worked