Fans that were in panic mode over the backstage argument between Brock Lesnar and Vince McMahon a couple of weeks ago during Monday Night Raw can rest easier today. The WWE Heavyweight Champion is currently in Pittsburgh and backstage at the taping. Lesnar and McMahon are expected to continue their negotiations this afternoon, so there might be a very slight chance that the former walks out on the latter yet again.
March 9, 2015
Last week, Brock Lesnar and Vince McMahon got into a heated argument backstage during Monday Night Raw. The two sides could not come to an agreement on terms of a new contract. Lesnar walked out and attended a UFC event, something that McMahon was very much against. Sounds like a lot of causes for concern. However, McMahon is said to be fine with things. WWE will continue with their current plans for Lesnar and Wrestlemania.
March 2, 2015
To give you an idea of just how heated the backstage argument between Vince McMahon and Brock Lesnar was at the last episode of Monday Night Raw, there were actually a good number of people who were concerned that Lesnar was going to physically assault McMahon. WWE security was said to be on hand in case things got out of control. The two of them never came to blows, but it was enough to get Lesnar to walk out of the arena.
March 2, 2015
Another detail has been leaked about the big backstage argument between Vince McMahon and Brock Lesnar at Monday Night Raw last week. It is being said that Lesnar informed McMahon that he wanted to attend the UFC event in Las Vegas so that he could have a discussion with Dana White about returning to mixed martial arts. McMahon was against the idea, which reportedly caused Lesnar to walk out. He ended up attending the event.
March 2, 2015
Some further details have been leaked about the real life backstage incident between Vince McMahon and Brock Lesnar at the latest episode of Monday Night Raw. It is now being said that the reason why Lesnar walked away from the show that night was because he was upset with the contract offer that WWE had on the table for him. Apparently, the heavyweight champion wants a deal on the table in case he is not satisfied with the UFC offer.
February 26, 2015
When it comes to numbers, WWE loves to boast. Since they routinely posts remarkable ones, it is hard to blame them for doing so. Vince McMahon has another reason to walk with his head high this week. His company has just managed to defeat the NBA by becoming the top sports channel on YouTube. There have been more than 4.2 billion views over the last 12 months for products that were created and promoted by McMahon.
February 25, 2015