Brock Lesnar popping up destructively at UFC 226 understandably sent the world of professional wrestling and mixed martial arts into a frenzy.
Although the only physical aspect of his appearance was pushing lifelong WWE fan and two-weight world champion Daniel Cormier, it's his promo which dominated the headlines over the weekend.
WWE fans have been questioning why the company hasn't let The Beast run loose on the microphone as he has in the ring, while his comments signalled that he'd be returning to the Octagon soon.
What nobody knows right now, however, is whether or not leaving the WWE would be a permanent prospect or whether he'd have a one-off fight like he did when he fought Mark Hunt at UFC 200.
All this has done is raise more questions.
Fans want to know when it'll happen, they want to know how long Lesnar will be around for and evidently, the biggest worry is what happens with the Universal Championship.
Although one outrageous theory is that Lesnar could head to the UFC with the Universal Championship around his waist, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has cleared up what The Beast has left on his current WWE deal.
Speaking on the recent edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, Meltzer revealed that currently, there's only one match left on his contract.
According to Ringside News, he said: "He’s under contract with WWE until the end of August, and he’s got one more match in his contract.”
He's also apparently set for the RAW after SummerSlam.
Booking logic dictates that his one match could take place at SummerSlam against either Roman Reigns or Bobby Lashley - with the two meeting at Extreme Rules this Sunday.
There has already been plenty of talk regarding what the outcome could be.
While Meltzer also recently revealed that Vince McMahon reportedly doesn't want to lose Lesnar to the UFC because of an 'ego problem,' rumours have suggested Lesnar's next title defence could be his last.
One popular piece of speculation that has been doing the rounds is that The Big Dog will finally get some vindication by defeating Lesnar, only for Braun Strowman to cash in his Money in the Bank contract.
Despite the negativity surrounding Lesnar right now, it seems like WWE is going to do what they can to keep their cards close to their chest.
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