Mike Johnson of PWInsider is reporting that Brock Lesnar's contract with WWE has expired, making the multi-time World and Universal champion a free agent.
According to the report, both sides were working on a new deal, but had reached an impasse. The report notes that this has happened before with Lesnar, but that this is his "longest hiatus to date" from the company while negotiating.
Many on social media have noted that attempts to search for Lesnar merchandise on WWE Shop on Monday result in error messages. WWE has indeed pulled all Lesnar-related products as a result of his free agency status, with no new deal on the horizon.
Lesnar is still listed on the Raw roster on WWE's website, however.
Lesnar's last appearance with the promotion came at WrestleMania 36, when he dropped the WWE championship to Drew McIntyre.
After re-joining the company in 2012, the 43-year-old Lesnar has wrestled infrequently throughout the calendar years. Though he'd toyed with making a return to UFC (more regularly than just his one-off fight with Mark Hunt in 2016), WWE always managed to re-sign him to new contracts to keep him on board.