Home » Watch Brock Lesnar F5 7ft 3in giant Omos as he rubbishes WWE exit talks at WrestleMania 39

BROCK LESNAR hinted he is not leaving WWE with a decisive victory at WrestleMania 39, which could lead to a rematch with Omos.

Lesnar opened WrestleMania and defeated his gigantic opponent at the SoFi Stadium in Hollywood, California.

Brock Lesnar appeared to deny an imminent exit from WWE


Brock Lesnar appeared to deny an imminent exit from WWECredit: Reuters
Brock Lesnar defeated the gigantic Omos with a devastating F5


Brock Lesnar defeated the gigantic Omos with a devastating F5Credit: Reuters

Reports suggested that the UFC legend was on his way out of Vince McMahon’s promotion and said goodbye to colleagues backstage.

The American bruiser has been signing short-term contracts ever since his return to the wrestling giants in 2012.

And all of The Beast’s deals tend to end at each season’s WrestleMania before he pens new terms a while later.

This might still be the case this season but the 45-year-old hinted he is in no way done with WWE.

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Lesnar overcame the 7ft, 3in giant Omos, who dominated the opening stages of the match.

But the 10-time world champion soon turned the tables with a series of German Suplexes to The Nigerian Giant.

And the ex-WWE Champion finished the monstrous superstar off by hoisting him over his shoulders and delivering a thunderous F5 that rocked the ring.

After the match an incensed Omos was caught on camera telling his manager MVP that “this isn’t over”, which means the two heavyweights will lock horns again soon.


WWE wouldn’t have booked Lesnar going over one of their most rising stars while on his way out of the company.

The wrestling giants also wouldn’t have Omos hinting at a rematch if the former Universal Champion was quitting.

It is very common in professional wrestling for departing wrestlers to go out on their back before rolling credits.

But Lesnar tends to perform only on major pay-per-views, which means the WWE Universe may not see him again until SummerSlam on August 5.

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