Lesnar defeated Braun Strowman at King Saud University Stadium in Saudi Arabia with a fulminating five F5.
The Beast will meet WWE Champion AJ Styles in a Survivor Series mega match at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on November 18th.
The Conqueror is likely to return to the Sprint Center in Kansas City to address the upcoming fight with his lawyer Paul Heyman at his side.
The six-time world champion met Styles at the Survivor Series last year and scored a big win after a big clash.
However, his rivalry with Strowman does not seem to be over as the title shot of The Monster Among Men in Riyadh was ruined by Acting RAW general manager Baron Corbin.
Corbin knocked out the ex-RAW Tag Team champion in front of the bell and the challenger could not build a criminal offense after the cheap shot.
It is expected that Lesnar and the 6-foot 8-inch 385-pound megastar will have to fight for the belt again. This match could take place at the Royal Rumble or WrestleMania 35.
However, the former WWE champion will eventually take on Daniel Cormier at the UFC next year.
The two fighters were able to compete against each other on January 26 at the Honda Center in Anaheim in the Octagon at UFC 233.
Their feud began at the UFC 226 with an intense confrontation in the T-Mobile Arena.
The Universal Champion entered the Octagon after DC challenged him after his historic knockout victory in the first round against Stipe Miocic. He was the second fighter in UFC history to have two titles at the same time.
Moments after he came face-to-face, Lesnar almost kicked off a brawl as he pushed the new two-division champion before delivering a tantrum laden with profanity.
Cormier continued his word war with the WWE megastar after winning the UFC 230 against Derrick Lewis last weekend. He urged him to bring his Universal Championship when they fight so he can win this victory as well.
He said, "Brock Lesnar, if you come, bring this new WWE title.
"I also want to become a WWE champion, bring this belt with you when you come to my house."