News sites were told yesterday by WWE sources that they were hearing that Brock is in Miami and has signed a deal. The key word there is “hearing”. There has NOT been a 100% confirmation.
What has been confirmed is this:
– The sides were talking all throughout the week about coming to terms.
– MANY people have said that Brock has no desire to work a full-time schedule. If he returns it will be on a limited dates schedule. Apparently this is not an issue for WWE. They are fine with it so that will not hang up a deal.
– Numerous people have reportedly said that WWE wants to announce at least one main event for WrestleMania 29 at tonight’s show or on Raw tomorrow night, just as they did last year with The Rock vs. John Cena. Obviously, with a limited schedule a Lesnar match against say, Cena or The Rock, would fall in line very well with that.
– Also, The UFC’s Dana White wrote on his Twitter account that if Lesnar wanted to return to wrestling, “He is able to do it.” So, the UFC end of the equation has been entirely cleared up as Brock is officially retired from MMA.
So in summary, what we can tell you is this: We have heard Brock is there and is signed but can’t 100% confirm it.
And remember, Pulse News and Feature writer Matt Harrak will be providing his Quick Quips live through the Pulse Wrestling Twitter account, @pulsewrestling during the entire WrestleMania event!
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