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Brock Lesnar Refused To Work With Former WWE Champion

Brock Lesnar has been in the professional wrestling business for decades now and throughout the course of his career he’s faced off against some of the biggest names the industry has to offer. On the road to Survivor Series in 2017, Brock Lesnar was the Universal Champion, and it...
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Former WWE Producer Reveals Brock Lesnar Refused to Work With Jinder Mahal

Brock Lesnar’s refusal to collaborate with Jinder Mahal in 2017 was discussed by Road Dogg during the most recent “Wrestling Outlaws” podcast with Chris Featherstone and Vince Russo. In an effort to develop Mahal into a star for the Indian market at the time, WWE pushed him as the main eventer.
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Road Dogg Confirms One Former WWE Champion Brock Lesnar Refused to Work With

Brock Lesnar has wrestled 72 times since his return to WWE back in 2012. And while he has faced a wide variety of stars in that time, there's at least one person he wanted nothing to do with. Road Dogg (Brian James) confirmed in an interview with Wrestling Outlaws this week that WWE had to scrap the Champion vs. Champion match at Survivor Series 2017 between Lesnar and then-WWE Champion Jinder Mahal because Lesnar didn't want to work with him.

Bobby Lashley Gives Candid Thoughts On His Match Against Brock Lesnar

Many fans had dreamed of the possibility of a Bobby Lashley vs. Brock Lesnar dream match, and at the 2022 Royal Rumble, they got it, as Lashley took on Lesnar for the WWE Championship. But for Lashley himself, the match didn’t exactly live up to the hype. “It wasn’t...

John McCarthy discusses how a Brock Lesnar vs Fedor Emelianenko super-fight would have played out: “The results would not have made Dana happy”

John McCarthy has said that he believes Fedor Emelianenko would’ve beaten Brock Lesnar if the two had fought. For many years now fans have talked about great fights that we never quite got the chance to see. Anderson Silva vs Georges St-Pierre is one, Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Tony Ferguson is another, and one of the other big ones is the heavyweight showdown that never was between Brock Lesnar and Fedor Emelianenko.

Backstage News On The Finish For Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar At SummerSlam

Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns have faced off many times over the years, and last weekend they competed in a last man standing match at SummerSlam. WWE promoted the match as their final confrontation, and their rivalry went out with a bang. The match featured some big spots such as...

Brock Lesnar Reportedly Pushed WWE To Use Banned Move

Last week the SummerSlam premium live event took place from Nashville, and Roman Reigns defended his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar in the main event. In the end it was Reigns who picked up the victory after The Usos interfered and helped The Tribal Chief bury Lesnar beneath broken tables and debris.

Brock Lesnar Set for WWE Day 1 in 2023

– WWE is currently advertising Brock Lesnar as one of the featured Superstars to appear at next year’s WWE Day 1 scheduled for January 1, 2023. The event will be held at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. WWE previously featured Lesnar in the promo image for the event, but now he’s the only Superstar currently advertised to appear on the show.

Beast Gone? You Might Not Be Seeing Brock Lesnar For A Pretty Long Time

There he is again. There is no one in wrestling history like Brock Lesnar, who is one of the most incredible athletes the industry has ever seen. Lesnar is not only a former NCAA Heavyweight Champion in wrestling, but he is also a powerhouse second to very few. It means a lot to see him in a WWE match and now we know when we might be seeing him next.
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Brock Lesnar Brought a Tractor to a Last Man Standing Match

AEW Dynamite (July 27, 2022) Pushing a young wrestler can be a perilous thing. It is like picking fruit: If you pick a nectarine too early, it is going to be sour, but if you leave it too long, it rots on the vine. We have all seen wrestlers get the Icarus push, where they fly closer to the sun than their wings will allow (I am a little concerned about how melty Theory’s wax wings look right now, for example). We have also seen talented wrestlers stuck in limbo so long that when the promotion finally gets behind them, the midcard stench can’t be washed off.

Mark Henry Believes AEW Star Will Be Dominant Force Like Brock Lesnar

During the latter half of his career, “The World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry was considered by many to be one of the most dominant wrestlers in the world. As such, he knows a thing or two about wrestlers on a roll, and Henry believes he’s seeing that right now in AEW TNT Champion Wardlow.

Rumor Killer On Brock Lesnar Retiring From WWE

As noted earlier, Brock Lesnar saluting fans with a cowboy hat tip after Saturday’s WWE SummerSlam has led to speculation about The Beast’s future in pro wrestling. Lesnar’s thank you gesture, which he made standing atop the elevated ring he earlier rearranged with a tractor, got many fans wondering if he’s taking time off from the company, or retiring altogether from in-ring competition. There was also a feeling on social media that Vince McMahon’s retirement could lead to The Beast following suit and riding off into the sunset. Lesnar has previously referred to McMahon as a father figure and a person he is forever indebted to. The rumors were also amplified by reports that a ticked-off Lesnar staged a walkout from the company following McMahon’s retirement last month. Lesnar would, however, subsequently return after reportedly agreeing to a deal with WWE management.

Mark Henry Believes Wardlow Will Become The Most Dominant Force Since Brock Lesnar

Mark Henry is very high on Wardlow, proclaiming that the AEW star will become the most dominant force in wrestling since Brock Lesnar. Henry spoke with Bill Apter for Sportskeeda and had plenty of praise for the AEW TNT Champion when he was asked how a best of three match between himself and Wardlow would go.

Brock Lesnar Thanks Fans In Viral Video After Epic WWE SummerSlam

The sight of Brock Lesnar lifting the ring with a tractor at WWE SummerSlam will live on in the minds of wrestling fans for years – possibly decades – to come. But there was a post-match moment that viewers watching on Peacock and WWE Network did not get a glimpse of, but over 48,000 fans at Nissan Stadium paid witness to. As seen below, Lesnar crawled back into the elevated ring, and upon walking to the turnbuckle, he put on his cowboy hat and did a hat tip to thank the lively Nashville crowd.
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WWE Nails the Moment as Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar Goes off the Rails

WWE SummerSlam stood firm on Saturday night in the face of big expectations that the company shakeup would mean major changes. The Biggest Party of the Summer walked a memorable balance as a transitional sort of event creatively—and it sure doesn't hurt that Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar exceeded expectations in the main event.

What's Next for Brock Lesnar After WWE SummerSlam 2022

Brock Lesnar was on the losing end of the Last Man Standing Match against Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship on Saturday night at SummerSlam. "The Beast" managed to climb out of the rubble from the match and climb to the top of the broken ring to wave goodbye to the fans at Nissan Stadium after the cameras stopped rolling, which seemed to indicate some sort of send-off. WWE also went out of its way to promote Sunday's match as the final confrontation between Reigns and Lesnar, which means Brock is out of the world championship picture until Reigns is finally dethroned.

Brock Lesnar Advertised For This WWE Live Event In Atlanta: Details

Former WWE Champion Brock Lesnar will continue to be a key part of the WWE Company and has been advertised in a premium live event promotion. Lesnar will compete in WWE Day 1, a live event that is held for wrestlers from the promotion's RAW and SmackDown brand divisions. Since New Year's Day falls on a Sunday in 2023, the event will return, and it will once again originate from the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, according to the venue's official website.