2014 was a huge year for Brock Lesnar who will always remember it as the year he ended the Undertaker's undefeated streak at WrestleMania and gave the most dominant performance in a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match ever.
Lesnar had a great 2014 but 2015 could be his most interesting year yet with huge question marks hanging over his future.
Lesnar is still the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and is set to take on Roman Reigns at WrestleMania XXXI on March 29.
With the Beast Incarnate set to become a free agent within the next two months, Lesnar could have a big decision to make soon.
Many have wondered if he will re-sign with the WWE or look to move back to UFC where he once fought for a number of years.
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Well Lesnar was at cageside on Saturday night at UFC 184 in Los Angeles and was sat right behind UFC president Dana White who had some interesting thoughts about Lesnar.
"He's under contract with the WWE, and when his contract's up, I'm sure he'll call me." - White's comments on Lesnar's future
Not confirming that Lesnar has told him he wants to return to the octagon, White has shown a large amount of confidence that he will get the call from him however.
Many feel that when Lesnar's contract with the WWE expires that will be the end of his time working in the company where he made his name in the early 2000's.
Only time will tell where Lesnar will end up but it will be an interesting scenario when his contract with WWE does end.
Should he stay or should he go?
Lesnar is a WWE champion who divides opinion within the WWE Universe.
He is not a permanent fixture on WWE TV and is not guaranteed to be defending his title at each and every Pay-Per-View.
In fact since winning the title at Summer Slam last year, Lesnar has only defended his title at two of the six PPV's where he has been the champion.
Many fans are unhappy with Lesnar as champion due to his lack of presence but he certainly offers something no-one else does.
Very few superstars offer the same level of intensity as him and he will be missed if he leaves the company completely.
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