Most fans pegged the return of the beast incarnate to be around SummerSlam. Those predictions would be wrong as new reports indicate that the former UFC champion is heading back to the WWE sooner than anticipated.
You can't imagine my delight when I went into my local GamStop and purchased WWE 2K15 for the XBOX One. It was like Christmas Day for me. I had little John Cena's dancing around in my head, and thought of laying the SmackDown on Rusev or Sheamus in a Hell in a Cell match.
Vince McMahon got his man! WWE world champion Brock Lesnar has signed a new deal with the WWE which will keep him around after WrestleMania. The new deal has also shut down any chance we’ll see Brock in the UFC ever again.
Brock Lesnar visited with SportsNation’s Michelle Beadle to announce that he will be re-signing with WWE which squashes any rumors of the former UFC champion returning to the mixed martial arts promotion. WWE Chief Executive Officer Triple H confirmed the news on twitter just moments ago. .@BrockLesnar is a global attraction. Happy to have him re-sign a multi-year contract...
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar was not in Des Moines, Iowa for Monday Night RAW tonight. When you cut a venomous promo like this, there is no need. Similar to his hype packages ahead of his SummerSlam match with John Cena, Lesnar has proven to us that he doesn’t need Paul Heyman when he’s put in front of a video camera outside of the ring. In the following promo...
Either Brock Lesnar is planning to return to the UFC, or he is simply using the prospect of reviving his mixed martial arts career as leverage in contract discussions with the WWE. Lesnar has just over a month remaining on his deal with the WWE. He was scheduled to appear on Monday Night Raw this...Read More
The big news today is the impending announcement that the WWE will officially announce its home for WrestleMania 32. The venue is expected to be AT&T Stadium. There probably is nobody more excited for this news in the WWE locker room than Brock Lesnar.
It took nearly two and half years, but finally the WWE booked Brock Lesnar to fulfil his maximum potential in a brutal and devastating World Championship win over John Cena at SummerSlam. Following on from his more evenly contested match with the Undertaker at WrestleMania, Lesnar is now positioned as the company’s number one attraction and unstoppable monster. All signs are pointing...
Brian and Steve are back with a Monday podcast as they share their thoughts on the Ring of Honor “Best in the World” pay-per-view including their overall impressions of the show, what they liked and disliked and when ROH could be back on PPV again. Plus, they also look ahead to WWE Raw tonight including who they think will be added to the Money in the Bank ladder match for...
We haven’t seen Brock Lesnar in a WWE ring since he defeated CM Punk at Summerslam in August. No one knew when Lesnar would return. Well, we don’t have to wait too much longer. PWInsider.com is reporting that Lesnar will be returning on tomorrow night’s edition of Monday Night Raw in Richmond, Virginia. Rumors had been running rampant for the last week that Lesnar would be...
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