It's one of the most anticipated matches on the WrestleMania 34 card.
The chairman went on to confirm that the pair will still have their WrestleMania match and that Lesnar will appear on next week's episode of Raw.
Meltzer added that WWE officials are confident that Braun will not be needed for the match and that it will be just a singles match with Reigns and Lesnar. That episode takes place on April 2nd from the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.
Also on Raw, Cena, having failed in his bid to become WWE Champion at Fastlane Sunday, said that he was going back to his original plan of challenging The Undertaker in order to have a match at WrestleMania. WWE is in their full legal right to change Rousey's schedule, though it will no doubt disappoint some fans.
As for last week's WWE announcement, The Sheet reports a mistake was made in announcing Rousey for every Raw heading into WrestleMania, but the announcement was shared across every department's social media in WWE, and once word started spreading in the company, other WWE departments followed suit in reporting the news. WWE seems to be slowly developing Rousey inside the ring for a future singles run.
Sources tell us Ronda was "incorrectly advertised" by WWE.com because the newly signed Superstar was scheduled for medical testing in Pittsburgh on Monday, not Raw in Detroit.
The former UFC women's bantamweight champion didn't fully close the door on a UFC return, but she didn't commit to one, either.
Do you think Ronda Rousey will ever entertain another fight in the UFC or is her career finished?