Is WWE star Brock Lesnar retiring?

After beating his toughest opponents inside the ring, the 10-time WWE champion, Brock Lesnar, is reportedly planning to take retirement after Wrestle Mania 40.

The superstar wrestler made his WWE debut in 2002 and rose to a dominating position in the world of wrestling in no time. He established himself as a force to be reckoned with inside the ring. After two decades of supremacy, the wrestler is struggling to defeat his tough opponents. That’s why there are chances that the wrestler might consider hanging up his boots shortly following a retirement bought against his top contenders, like Gunther. Reports are claiming that the wrestler will take retirement after the current championship, but there has been no official confirmation so far from Brock Lesnar.

Brock Lesnar is finding it difficult to maintain his stupendous record of winning wrestling matches over the past year. As seen during his feud with Bobby Lashley, he chose to use underhanded tactics to gain the upper hand on his rivals.

He’s also put a few stars over, like Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes. At Backlash 2023, he performed with uttermost control of his bout against Cody Rhodes at first but shockingly lost due to a roll-up pin. Frequent losses of the wrestler could compel him to end his professional career soon, say reports.

Brock Lesnar could be willing to retire after WrestleMania 40. There are chances that the management of Wrestle Mania can choose to fix a high-profile match between Brock Lesnar and another famous wrestler.

Brock Edward Lesnar is an American-Canadian professional wrestler and former mixed martial artist. He was a professional American football player. Currently, he is a designated ‘free agent’ of WWE. This allows him to appear on both the Raw and SmackDown brands.

He is the only wrestler known to have won all the prolific athletes in the world. He is the only person to have won all the primary heavyweight championships in WWE, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). He rose to the industry when he won the WWE Wrestling in 2002 at the age of 25. With his victory, he set the record for the youngest performer to win the championship.

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