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More Brock Lesnar’s lucrative WWE contract

While the exact details of Brock Lesnar’s WWE contract are not known, it is believed that his deal is the highest annual guaranteed money contract ever given a WWE wrestler, reports the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. There were rumors circulated at the end of his MMA career that Lesnar was would receive an offer of $5 million for multiple appearances.

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8 Responses

  1. Atlee Greene says:

    Solid investment. Hopefully, they use him right so they can cash in.

  2. -J- says:

    bravo brock, now keep making raw fun.

  3. RJ Ace says:

    Lesnar was a huge ppv draw for UFC so if and that’s a big IF he can help stop the WWE ppv buy rates from sinking, it will be a good investment. I can’t see him making a big difference in tv ratings but there are some big name feuds that may be able to score a decent buy rate.

  4. Rex Anderson says:

    somebody is going to be pissed when this is over.

  5. Philip says:

    It’s a high risk/reward kind of thing. WWE needed something to get people interested again…and Brock Lesnar certainly qualifies as interesting.

  6. Mshelex says:

    I knoe everyone is excited about Brock but that just seems so wrong, especially considering the fact that the guy isn’t going to be out on the road the same way these other guys are. And its also not right that some bust their humps day in and day out but don’t get the storylines. How can wrestling ever survive if people don’t stop living for what happened back in the day focus on the guys in their now. I started watching wrestling back in the 80s but i dont still long for the days Of the Rockers and the Killer Bees, no matter how much i loved them. I know mine is a least favorite opinion but it just bothers me that there are really good wrestlers in the WWE that people say they like but don’t fully support because when am old guy comes back, everyone is exastic and wants to see the old guy in main event matched. Its just not rigjt.

    Sorry for sny typos.

  7. DeathNote81 says:

    @ Mshelex – I see your point, and I’m a HUGE proponent for new guys/mid-carders getting the chance to shine (and always have been), but having Brock back is good for business. A lot of people seemed to be anticipating his return; me included; just like a lot of people were disappointed when he left; me included. To actually see him–not only back on Monday Night RAW again–but F5 John Cena in the middle of the ring was just, SO refreshing! And that’s the name of the game: keeping things fresh.

    You say you’ve been watching wrestling since the 80’s, but wrestlers have been jumping ship for years. It’s nothing new, and it keeps things interesting.

    At least Brock isn’t one of those guys who doesn’t know when to leave. By leaving, he left a spot open for John Cena and the rest to step up to.

    And another thing: who can say that any of the new guys would do differently if they were as over as Brock is?

  8. szaki14 says:

    I wish he can’t sign more then 1 year

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