Brock Lesnar: Undertaker Confronts Fighter, Wants To Face Him at WrestleMania
According to numerous wire reports, Brock Lesnar was approached by WWE's "The Undertaker" following the fighter's crushing loss to Cain Velasquez.
And apparently, Undertaker wants to battle Lesnar at WrestleMania XXVII—regardless of whether or not the confrontation was a work of art.
In fact, pro wrestling experts from Cage Side Seats explains the following angle on this story:
"Ariel Helwani should have known that something was up when top WWE star and member of Vince McMahon's inner circle The Undertaker agreed to be interviewed by him at UFC 121 for AOL Fanhouse. Especially after the last WWE veteran to do such a cardinal sin, Jim Ross, ended up in Vince's doghouse.
"So it should have come as little surprise to Ariel when The Undertaker made sure to catch Brock Lesnar's eye as he left the cage, made a feeble attempt to goad him into a fight, which Brock ignored, and claimed that they have personal issues."
The site went on to state the following:
"Alarm bells should have been ringing in Ariel's head that maybe The Undertaker, under instructions from his present employer Vince McMahon, was trying to publicly goad Lesnar into doing a WrestleMania match with him next year, just like John Cena did in 2009 with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson...
"...Dana White won't be too happy about all this when he finds out about it. Personally I don't think anything will come out of this and Brock will just use WWE's interest in him as negotiating leverage to get a better PPV cut from Dana, given the millions and millions of dollars that would be left on the table if he jumped ship now and didn't have his rubber match with Frank Mir, which he should comfortably win to set up another big money rematch with Shane Carwin or Cain Velasquez. Returning to WWE can wait until the money dries up in UFC."
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