While talking about sports betting on his personal blog, Jim Ross mentioned that the top two favorites to win the Royal Rumble are the first and last entrants. The legendary WWE commentator also stated that he would put his money on Brock Lesnar to win the event this year so that the former UFC Heavyweight Champion can go headline Wrestlemania at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.
December 31, 2015
A good portion of the internet wrestling community hate that Brock Lesnar views the professional wrestling industry as a business. The former world heavyweight champion has no qualms about admitting that he is only in WWE because the money is good. Bubba Ray was recently asked during an interview if he had a problem with that. Much like other performers have said, he has no issues with Lesnar feeling that way.
October 23, 2015
Earlier in the month, WWE fans were excited to hear that Steve Austin was going to be showing up on an episode of Monday Night Raw. Even though management has been advertising his appearance, the former world heavyweight champion revealed on social media that he is not scheduled to be on television. He is only attending the event to film his podcast interview with Brock Lesnar.
October 13, 2015
Since the decision to add him to Hell in a Cell was made abruptly, Brock Lesnar is going to end up being paid more than what his current contract stipulates. The pay per view was not originally a part of the deal when it was signed earlier in the year. This will be a bonus payday for the former world heavyweight champion. WWE desperately wanted a strong month to draw in even more subscribers to their Network.
September 25, 2015
When asked during a recent interview who he would like to face if WWE were to ever clear him of his concussion, Daniel Bryan was quick to mention Brock Lesnar once again. The former world heavyweight champion thinks that he can pull off a classic with the former UFC star at Wrestlemania. Management may be afraid to throw Bryan into the match, however, due to fear of Lesnar hurting him.
September 10, 2015
As some of you may already know, Brock Lesnar has been signed to work the big live event at Madison Square Garden. He was initially rumored to be wrestling Bo Dallas on the show, but that was proven wrong. WWE has finally decided on an opponent for the former world heavyweight champion. He will be wrestling Big Show that night. The event is being aired exclusively on the Network.
September 2, 2015
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
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
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
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