Brock Lesnar arrives in Miami guarded by security, rumored to have signed one year deal with WWE

ANAHEIM CA - OCTOBER 22: UFC Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar weighs in at 264 lbs at the UFC 121 weigh-in at the Honda Center on October 22 2010 in Anaheim California. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

When it was initially rumored that Brock Lesnar had arrived in Miami it turned out to just be Dave Batista showing up. He was also picked up by WWE officials if reports are to be believed.

Now, another report is out, from the Wrestling Observer, that Lesnar has now shown up in Miami and he's being heavily guarded, apparently to shield him from everyone. There could also be a deal in place for him:

Brock Lesnar has arrived in Miami and arrived with security and a large group of people shielding him from everyone. This is the going story, but not confirmed, that Lesnar has signed a one year deal and will work a more than Undertaker and less than Goldberg type of schedule.

Obviously, that would mean Lesnar would end his run at WrestleMania 29 and he could very well be the one to be announced for a match at next year's show on Raw this coming Monday night.

The Observer also notes that tomorrow night's WrestleMania 28 show has been rewritten, so that could play a factor as well.

As far as how UFC President Dana White feels about all this, Ariel Helwani of one of our sister site's, MMAFighting.com, tweeted that he asked White if he would be okay with Lesnar going to WWE and White simply said, "yes."

Stay tuned for any updates, Cagesiders.

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