We've all heard the story that came out of last Monday's episode of RAW about the backstage dispute between Brock Lesnar and Vince McMahon.
The story has been doing the rounds amongst the fans with very few sources able to identify what the dispute was over.
Eye witness reports have claimed that people in the area were concerned for the well being of the WWE's founder as Lesnar got visibly angry.
The two were seen yelling at each other and as a result, the status of the main event for WrestleMania XXXI has been throw into a state of confusion.
Doubts have been expressed over Lesnar's appearance at the show with rumours that McMahon would even sue Lesnar if he fails to show.
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Whatever the future entails for Lesnar and the WWE, one thing can be made certain and that is the subject of the dispute.
Reports have now emerged that the dispute was over Lesnar's intent to attend UFC 184 which took place in Los Angeles over the weekend.
According to a WWE insider, McMahon was strongly opposed to Lesnar attending the event whilst he is under contract with the company.
Rumours were that Lesnar was attending the event in order to begin negotiations with UFC over a new deal with the company.
Lesnar's deal with the WWE expires in the next two months and he could make the jump to the promotion which he fought in for several years.
Lesnar isn't set to appear on WWE TV until next week's episode of RAW to further hype up his WrestleMania clash with Roman Reigns.
Lesnar to boycott WWE?
Rumours have been rife this week that the dispute between McMahon and Lesnar could lead to the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion failing to appear at WrestleMania XXXI.
Lesnar is set to defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Roman Reigns in what a lot of fans are considering his final WWE match.
Lesnar's future within the WWE is a big mystery and fans can only hope that future contract negotiations don't impede the company on the Road to WrestleMania.