The advertised plan for Brock Lesnar at the Chicago house show on 3 March is for him to compete in a WWE Title match against "The Big Red Monster" Kane, in what is sure to be a great match for the live crowd.
White has always maintained a good relationship with Lesnar, but it's also no secret that the hulking heavyweight has used these tactics before to ensure he gets the best possible deal for his financial future.
As seen at Sunday's WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on the WWE Network, Roman Reigns beat Braun Strowman, Elias, John Cena, The Miz, Seth Rollins, and Finn Balor in the Elimination Chamber Match. The current angle between Lesnar and Reigns has been building for nearly a year, as Brock Lesnar has defeated every other challenger for the Universal Championship ever since he won it at WrestleMania 33 in a match against Goldberg.
Whatever the case may be, it seems as if Lesnar is happy to work the remaining dates left on his current WWE contract. Lesnar's contract is now set to expire soon after WrestleMania, and there has been legitimate speculation that Lesnar could head back to UFC.
This year, the rumblings are stronger than ever.
White posted a photo on social media over the weekend with Lesnar, who was wearing a UFC T-shirt.
"He doesn't respect me". The promotion has had a hard time getting fans on the side of Reigns.
It's the soap opera that could make WrestleMania 34 more intriguing or wreck its main event altogether.
Reigns was not only speaking for himself and behalf of the other WWE superstars but you got the sense he was in touch with the fans' grievances surrounding this whole affair.
However, there was one problem, which was the fact that Lesnar didn't appear and WWE had Reigns cut a promo in the ring about how Lesnar does what he wants when he wants.