The Casual Observer: Breaking Down The Beast Incarnate

By Andrew W.

Monday evening we witnessed something you see once in a lifetime: in kindergarten. Or so I thought, but leave it to the WWE to remind us of our childhoods – I only wish they hadn’t reminded myself that a nap was in order.

In case you missed the latest, apparently that game of tug of war between Brock Lesnar and challenger Roman Reigns was actually just our emotions being toyed with, again.

But for once, I’m going to be diplomatic and breakdown what Brock Lesnar resigning with the WWE means. First off it means Roman Reigns loses. I mean Brock just beat the Man from Death Valley, The Undertaker, last year, and to lose this soon to what many consider an unfair push over other stars – well it’s bad for business, so as much as I’m still pulling for Reigns and a victory. I think he’ll get pushed down by Broke – I mean Brock – just like all the other stars you were rooting for in the first place, and honestly that’s just childlike behavior.

And to add insult to injury, the Executive Vice President of Talent Relations, Triple H, had this to say to Broke on Twitter – @BrockLesnar is a global attraction. Happy to have him re-sign a multi-year contract with.

Global attraction? Please, I’ve seen memes mocking how little presence he has in the ring, like oh, I don’t know…Brock was here… And he’s gone… And beyond that one, look at him in the ring and he looks bored, or preoccupied, at the very best.

I was talking to some of my colleagues after Raw, and we agreed Brock could easily be replaced by a cardboard cutout, because he can’t carry a promotion to save his life.

What can he do: Wrestle, or at least be physical, and instead of giving us a preview against Roman? He plays a child’s game with him. Oh sure the facial expression were all there and everything, but I kept waiting for fart faces or some other immature stunt, because Heaven forbid we see what we pay for and hope to see. But I digress…

This is what Brock had to say in a statement regarding his contract: “I’m officially closing the door on UFC. I re-signed last night with WWE.” Why? It couldn’t possibly be because he has or had a serious health condition known as diverticulitis that is the formation of sacs in the intestine wherein fecal matter can build up, and with enough of these sacs, can form diverticulosis which is largely symptom free, but, and here’s the important part: They can explode and cause massive internal bleeding. So here’s a likely scenario for you at Wrestlemania 31.

Broke takes a Superman Punch to the gut and yes; a sac burst and he needs immediate medical attention otherwise he faces serious health issues; possibly death. Or, he does what he did previously, have a slow leak within his gut for almost a year.

Now do you understand why I called him Broke? It isn’t personal, it’s the breakdown on the Beast Incarnate. And no, the condition I described is non-reversible. Manageable? Yes. But Lesnar will always have this condition, and as the tragedy involving the AAA and Rey Mysterio proved, sadly, injuries, and at times even your life, is on the line when you wrestle.

Will they (the WWE) do what they can to protect and safeguard Brock? Yes. But I’d hate to see tragedy befall the most electrifying event in sports entertainment. We lost the Ultimate Warrior last year during this season, and I don’t want to see the same here for Brock, Roman, the WWE or the Universe. Because ultimately? If the death of Pedro Aguayo Ramirez didn’t wake everyone up to the dangerous nature of this sport… Nothing will.

Would you be prepared to blame Roman Reigns if Brock Lesnar knowingly places his health on the line for what Vince McMahon called “a lucrative contract that would diminish if not accepted.” Is a lucrative contract worth the health and welfare of a human life? I hope and pray for the safety of all the sportsmen out there at WrestleMania – particularly Lesnar as a person.

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Dana White Says Vince McMahon Made Brock Lesnar An Offer ‘He Couldn’t Refuse’

Fox Sport posted the following video of UFC President Dana White responding to the news that Brock Lesnar has re-signed with WWE, noting Vince McMahon made him an offer that he couldnt refuse.// What does outspoken UFC president Dana White think about todays breaking news that Brock Lesnar has re-signed with WWELets just say Vince McMahon made him an offer that he couldnt refuse.Posted by UFC on FOX on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

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Details On Brock Lesnar’s New WWE Contract, Vince & Triple H React

By Brad Davis


The big news of the day is obviously Brock Lesnar announcing on ESPN’s SportsCenter that he has signed a new contract with WWE and is officially retired from MMA. (Video Of The Announcement).

Lesnar declared, “My legacy in the Octagon is over. However, my legacy at WrestleMania this Sunday will not be my last” and told fans, “I’m going home with that damn belt!”

Video: Dana White Comments On Lesnar Staying With WWE

Triple H revealed on Twitter that Lesnar has signed a multi-year deal.

It’s expected that he will continue to work a part-time schedule. Lesnar told ESPN’s Michelle Beadle that Vince McMahon made him an offer he couldn’t refuse last night at RAW from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Vince tweeted:

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Timeline: Brock Lesnar Signs Third Part-Time WWE Contract

By Richard Gray

Brock Lesnar has signed a new contract with WWE to remain with them for multiple years.

While terms have not been disclosed, I’m being told it’s believed Lesnar signed a two year agreement. The deal is still a part-time agreement, where he’ll work limited dates under a hefty full-time downside guarantee. Merchandise was a huge issue on an extension but it’ll take us some time to find out what got done there.

This is actually Brock’s third extension since returning on a part time basis in April 2012.

Below is a timeline of Brock Lesnar’s contracts with WWE:

April 2012: Brock Lesnar signed a one year contract with WWE to return on a part-time basis. The deal ran through Wrestlemania 29 and included a significant downside guarantee.

January 27, 2013: We learned and reported here on that Brock Lesnar had re-signed with WWE for two years to remain with WWE through Wrestlemania 31. He was booked through the Raw the night after Wrestlemania 31 on Monday, March 30, 2015. In addition to Brock’s hefty downside guarantee, his contract included a higher merchandise royalty rate and was rumored to stipulate a reign as WWE Champion.

March 23, 2015: Brock Lesnar signed new multiyear agreement to remain with WWE, officially ending his UFC career. The deal was signed as part of a big push by Vince McMahon, including very generous terms. The announcement was broadcast live on ESPN SportsCenter and covered here at We provided more details here and detailed what was next on WNW Premium.

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More On Brock Lesnar Re-Signing With WWE Last Night

By Richard Gray

Michelle Beadle interviewed WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar on ESPN SportsCenter on Tuesday evening. It was there Brock officially announced that he has signed a new contract with WWE at this week’s Monday Night Raw and has retired from UFC. He stated Vince McMahon made him an offer that he couldn’t refuse.

Brock confirmed he’s been training for the past couple of months to get back into the octagon (I told you all he was looking “fight ready”) but something lacked mentally.

He also confirmed talks with Dana White, Lorenzo & Frank Feritta and Vince about his future. He discussed in detail his fighting career ending due to diverticulitis but said he was officially closing the door on MMA.

Brock talked about getting full-time pay in WWE for a part-time schedule. He also talked about hating being on the road everyday and the miles wearing on him during his first run with the cmopany.

Footage of the interview is currently available at this link and embedded in the video below:

See also – Brock Lesnar Officially Re-Signs With WWE

We reported Monday morning here on Wrestling News World Premium that Vince was meeting with Brock Lesnar at Staples Center in Los Angeles to make a big push to get him to sign a new contract.

In that report, we detailed that Vince was posturing the money and terms offered at Raw was the most generous WWE would be offering and any offer after his contract expires would be less lucrative.

See also – Exclusive – Huge Meeting Taking Place Today At Raw

While Vince wanted to keep Brock’s future with WWE in question, in hopes of generating more curiosity and hype around Wrestlemania, Brock wanted to go public with it. The next part is where things get interesting.

We’ll have more shortly.

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