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Notes on Brock Lesnar’s new WWE deal



PWInsider.com is reporting that Brock Lesnar’s deal with WWE is good for one year and will go through WrestleMania 29 where he could very well be the main event of the show. The deal according to sources is for a minimum of two appearances a month plus more during the time leading up to WrestleMania next year. The website also adds that while Lesnar is expected to make around 35 appearances – so don’t expect him at non-televised events – there could be more if both parties agree to an extension of the deal. Lesnar arrived at the arena yesterday in Miami less than a minute before his music rocked the American Airlines Arena and although it looked like it was the company’s worst kept secret, the fact that fans were waiting for him did not by any means take any from the pop he received.

(Thanks to Colin Vassallo)


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6 Responses

  1. RHBD says:

    That’s pretty good for both parties

  2. -J- says:

    It’s going to be fun seeing how this progresses during his time back with wwe.

  3. Hipnosis says:

    I thought it was a April Fools Joke lol I’m really glad He’s back :)

  4. kyle says:

    i agree with u to hipnosis i thought it was a april fools joke also but for sure glade he back he was getting out of shape with ufc but now cant wait to see him again wrestling in a wwwe ring…. now hopefully we can get rid of pg era it so boaring

  5. jake says:

    actually the UFC was getting him into shape rather than out, physically he’s had to surgeries on his diverticulitis so he obviously has shrunken.

  6. Mike Rophone says:

    @Ostego: 6-10 FEET of intestine?! It was more like 12 inches, do some reading.

    Brock’s last bout with diverticulitis was a long time ago. More than enough time to recover from the minimally-invasive laparoscopic surgery they do these days. When I had diverticulitis in 1995, they cut me open right up my belly and thru my abdominal wall and splayed me open on the operating table to remove about the same length of intestine. It took me 7 months to completely heal up and regain my muscle mass and begin playing sports again, and after a year I was playing at the level I always had. If anything, I took MORE punishment to my abdomen when I got back, since by the time I was playing football again, the guys I was smashing into weighed at least 40 pounds more than they did in grade 9.

    Diverticulitis is serious, but it’s not a career ender, and it doesn’t cripple you athletically for the rest of your life.

    The fact of the matter is that for any athlete, Brock is OLD. He’s 35. His (natural) testosterone has been on the decline since about age 30, and it’s getting more and more difficult for him to stay at/around 280 because his body no longer produces enough T to maintain that kind of mass. Now that he doesn’t have to worry about pissing hot for PED tests, he’ll be seeing a doctor to prescribe him some HGH or something. That, or he’ll keep his shirt on for his entire year run. Which do you think he’ll do?

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