PWInsider adds that Lesnar may have skipped RAW as a hardline way of negotiating with WWE as his contract is due to expire after WrestleMania 34, or it could be that WWE was upset with Lesnar and told him not to come to the show due to the photo with White.
Not to mention WWE should use Lesnar's absence as a chance to push new stars to the main event scene. Here's all the action that went down the night after Elimination Chamber.
Following Brock Lesnar not appearing on Monday Night RAW despite being advertised, there was some concern over his scheduled WWE Live show appearance in Chicago on Saturday.
Back at UFC 200, former light heavyweight champion, Jon Jones was also expected to compete before he failed a drug test of his own and was removed from the card.
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To further complicate matters, Lesnar was photographed with UFC president Dana White, fueling speculation that Lesnar could return to mixed martial arts once his WWE contract runs out. "I was taught at an early age that there's a fine line between business and respect.I don't respect Brock Lesnar".
Would you be excited to see Brock Lesnar back in the UFC?
Lesnar hasn't set foot inside the Octagon since his UFC 200 bout with Mark Hunt, which he won via unanimous decision.
Back at WrestleMania 30 Brock Lesnar defeated The Undertaker, handing "The Deadman" the first loss of his career at "The Show Of Shows". Subscribe to my podcast In This Corner with Brian Campbell where I break down everything you need to know in the Octagon.
While it's unknown what Lesnar's future in the WWE is, it's worth considering the amount of money Lesnar is making despite wrestling on a part-time basis, which could be a huge factor for him to potentially re-sign with WWE once his deal comes to an end.