Wrestling Revealed

Brock Lesnar salary

With everyone being curious as to what WWE is paying Brock Lesnar, reports have surfaced that his contract is worth $3 million a year for three years. If that were the case, then the world heavyweight champion might actually be taking a pay cut. Lesnar was rumored to be making $5 million this past year. The amount is still a great deal for the former UFC star, though, as he is going to continue working a part time schedule, showing up only sporadically.
March 26, 2015

Brock Lesnar contract details

Some further information has been revealed in regards to the new contract that Brock Lesnar signed with WWE this week. The heavyweight champion has agreed to remain in the company for the next three years. While the amount has not been revealed, Lesnar confirmed that it was a huge sum of money. He stated that UFC offered him twenty times more than what he was previously making, so Vince McMahon had to open up the vault.
March 25, 2015

Dana White on Brock Lesnar

Considering his acrimonious relationship with a few of his former fighters, it would not be strange for someone to assume that Dana White would be better about Brock Lesnar staying with WWE. However, he has proven many wrong by doing noting but praise Lesnar, even though UFC lost out on a huge draw. White even went so far as to say that Lesnar made the right decision by choosing to remain in professional wrestling.
March 25, 2015

Paul Heyman resigning

Now that Brock Lesnar has been signed to a long term deal with WWE, the belief is that the front office is going to focus on Paul Heyman. Everyone in the company, especially Lesnar, wants the partnership to continue because Heyman has been beyond excellent as the mouthpiece for the big monster. There was a little bit of concern that Heyman would not be kept around had Lesnar decided to take his services back to UFC.
March 25, 2015

Bully Ray on Brock Lesnar

A post on Twitter where Bully Ray talks about what it means for professional wrestling now that Brock Lesnar has chosen WWE over UFC.
March 25, 2015

Steve Austin on Brock Lesnar

A post on Twitter where Steve Austin shares his opinions about Brock Lesnar sticking around with WWE instead of going back to UFC for one more run.
March 24, 2015

WWE signs Brock Lesnar

Sometimes in life, you just get a deal on the table that is simply too difficult to refuse. Brock Lesnar was given just that by WWE, so he decided to sign on the dotted line instead of waiting to negotiate a contract with UFC and Bellator. The former world heavyweight champion announced on ESPN that his days in MMA are behind him now. His legacy in that sport is completed. He will finish off his career as a professional wrestler now.
March 24, 2015

WWE signing Lesnar

As expected, WWE is pushing hard for Brock Lesnar to sign a contract extension before his current deal expires. Management definitely does not want him to hit free agency because that means that a major bidding war will take place. UFC and Bellator are already said to be interested in bringing the former world heavyweight champion back into the world of mixed martial arts. Vince McMahon really wants his champion under a new contract before Wrestlemania.
March 21, 2015

Brock Lesnar signing

There are talks going around right now that WWE is hoping to sign Brock Lesnar to a contract extension before his big main event match against Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania. Some are saying that a deal could be finalized at the next episode of Monday Night Raw in Los Angeles. However, there are those that are skeptical about these reports because it would make more sense for Lesnar to negotiate with UFC before signing a deal.
March 19, 2015

Brock Lesnar advice

When CM Punk decided to join UFC after leaving WWE, he turned to Brock Lesnar for some advice. The former NCAA champion was quite eager to help. Punk asked Lesnar what the most difficult part of the transition was, so Lesnar told him that the hardest part was letting go. Now that he has trained extensively, Punk realizes that the advice was absolutely sound. He admits to punching too lightly at times because of his pro wrestling background.
March 16, 2015