The plan with Brock Lesnar is for him to do more shows going forward. His current deal is structured differently from the previous one which is why he has been at Raw TV so much over the last couple of months. There have been times when he was at Raw but not used until the dark segment that takes place after they go off the air. Lesnar has also done some live event, most recently appearing at the Madison Square Garden show in a short match with Kevin Owens.
Although he will be working more dates during the next year, he will never work a full-time schedule again. It’s possible that Lesnar could win the WWE Universal Championship and then drop it at next year’s WrestleMania to Roman Reigns since Lesnar vs. Reigns is the plan for next year. He is on the final year of his current three-year deal with WWE.
Goldberg could be done with the company soon since his deal with WWE expires at WrestleMania. However, since his current run has been considered a success, it’s always possible that a new deal could be worked out. Goldberg has said publicly that he is open to working more with the company as long as the contract terms make sense to him.
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