Barclays Center Spoils SummerSlam Match Outcome

Barclays Center Spoils SummerSlam Match Outcome

The Barclays Center Twitter account has apparently spoiled the Fatal 4-Way for the WWE Universal Championship match that saw Brock Lesnar defending the title against Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns.

You might recall that the stipulation added to the bout was if Lesnar loses the match, he would leave WWE. Well the Twitter account of the Barclays Center advertised Lesnar for Monday’s episode of RAW, which would be an indication that Brock is in fact leaving the SummerSlam event as WWE Universal Champion.

UPDATE: After several fans complained about the match being spoiled, the tweet was deleted.


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  • Perfect 9.99

    Brock was never leaving in the first place.

  • King Era

    He’s about to fight Jon Jones for the UFC. He’s out. Hes losing it to either reigns or Joe. That next night appearance is to announce him leaving. Thats it.

    • jamie Englebert

      Hes not even cleared to fight since he hasnt even entered the drug testing pool yet. and wwe wont even allow him to fight until after mania. He’ll lose title at mania

    • Shawn Puff

      Yeah. He’s not fighting Jones anytime soon man. He hasn’t been in the pool so he has to reenter the pool and then wait a year before he can fight. PLUS he’s already signed to be at WrestleMania.

      • chris_brown

        he has re-entered the pool already,so he can be cleared by the time his WWE contract expires next spring

  • Kyle Barbosa


  • Shawn Lampman McDonald

    That could be his goodbye/retirement speech. Calm it down… everything isnt as big as it seems.

  • TheBigKing1

    Smh. That’s not a spoiler. GTFOH

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