Brock Lesnar currently is a resident of Saskatchewan and with the travel bans being instituted, there are questions surrounding whether or not he will be able to get in the country for WrestleMania.
According to Dave Meltzer, the current belief is that Brock Lesnar will be able to get into the country, if he isn’t already, to be at Raw and WrestleMania. However, if travel bans get any more strict and Lesnar isn’t currently in the country he could be prevented from making the show.
On this day in 2002, @BrockLesnar arrived, and it changed EVERYTHING.
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) March 18, 2020
It was reported earlier that WWE is planning to pre-tape all upcoming events, including WrestleMania. It’s possible that Brock and Drew McIntyre record their match as early as this week.
If Lesnar is in the country already, then that would seem to be the smartest thing to do. If he leaves, he may not be able to get back in. Although, Vince McMahon has a lot of political connections and most likely could pull some strings to get him into the country.
However, other superstars without the drawing power of Lesnar look to be out of luck for the time being. Robert Roode sent out a tweet earlier seemingly indicating he wasn’t able to travel into the US. The Singh Brothers seem to also be unable to get in the United States either.
For those wondering, Kevin Owens, while Canadian, currently lives in Florida. So, the Rollins/Owens match looks to not be in any kind of jeopardy.
If Brock Lesnar is not able to compete, then that would be a major blow to the show. Many fans are most looking forward to the potential of a Drew McIntyre win at Mania.