Wrestling Revealed

Brock Lesnar

Lesnar praises McMahon

During an interview session to promote Summerslam, Brock Lesnar told ESPN that he felt that Vince McMahon was better than Dana White. The former UFC Heavyweight Champion acknowledged that the statement might bother White a little, but it is true. Lesnar also did not have too much of a problem with White saying that wrestling was fake because it is really scripted.
August 18, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Lesnar works security

In an effort to promote Summerslam, WWE sent Brock Lesnar to visit ESPN headquarters. Aside from doing interviews, the former UFC Heavyweight Champion also gained some attention by working the security toll booth. His presence shocked the people that were driving into the facility, as you do not normally expect someone of his stature to be in that position.
August 18, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Mir disappointed with Lesnar

When asked for his opinions by the Sporting News, Frank Mir did not hesitate to say that he was disappointed that Brock Lesnar chose to stay with WWE instead of going back to UFC. The former world heavyweight champion felt that a rematch between the two would draw huge money for the promotion. Mir firmly states that he believes that Lesnar is quite the marketing asset for MMA.
July 15, 2015
Jim Ross

Lesnar beating Undertaker

For the longest time, rumors have persisted that Brock Lesnar did not want to be the one to beat the Undertaker and his legendary winning streak at Wrestlemania. Jim Ross confirmed that during a recent interview. The legendary commentator stated that the former world heavyweight champion asked management to change their mind about the decision, but the front office insisted on it happening.
June 24, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar in Cleveland

While there was some confusion earlier about whether or not Brock Lesnar was going to be making his return to WWE on Monday Night Raw this week, there has been reports that state that the former world heavyweight champion has landed in Cleveland and is headed to the arena. An appearance is likely unless management changes their mind at the last minute.
June 15, 2015
Seth Rollins

Brock Lesnar returning this week

In case you have forgotten, Brock Lesnar is set to make his return to WWE on the next episode of Monday Night Raw. He is also scheduled to be appearing quite regularly until Summerslam, so you can expect a story line and a feud to be given to the former world heavyweight champion. Seth Rollins is the most likely candidate.
June 11, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar working Japan

On July 4, 2015, WWE is doing a live event at the Sumo Hall in Tokyo. The show just received a bit of a boost, as Brock Lesnar has signed on to wrestle that night. He was originally planning on going to Japan anyways to meet with the legendary Masa Saito. The former world heavyweight champion opted to work, so that he can have his trip paid for. In a rather interesting move, management has chosen Kofi Kingston as his opponent that night.
May 29, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar lashes out

A very interesting story was told by Skylar Astin during a podcast interview this week. He stated that when he and his brother attended a UFC event back in February, there was an incident with Brock Lesnar. Astin stated that his brother attempted to talk to Lesnar and try to convince him to return to WWE. Lesnar was then said to have lashed out, using a lot of profanity. The former heavyweight champion has yet to respond to the allegations.
May 13, 2015
Michael Cole

Paul Heyman returning soon

In order to keep Brock Lesnar on the mind of their fans, WWE still has plans on bringing Paul Heyman back soon. He is scheduled to work a segment with Michael Cole in regards to the kayfabe lawsuit that the commentator is filing against the former world heavyweight champion. Management still wants that angle to happen, but they are still undecided as to when to pull the trigger. The focus right now has been mainly on the upcoming Extreme Rules.
April 19, 2015
Dana White

Brock Lesnar negotiations with UFC

While a lot of people were under the impression that Brock Lesnar was going to scratch the itch and make a return to MMA, Dana White revealed that he was not very close at all to being able to sign his former world heavyweight champion to a contract. White stated that Lesnar was 38 years old, and the deal that WWE offered to him was simply too lucrative and favorable to resist. White still continues to have nothing but positive things to say about Lesnar.
April 17, 2015