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Brock Lesnar Re-Signs with WWE: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Posted by Tyler Conway On March - 24 - 2015

The decision that's placed a stranglehold on sports entertainment heading into WrestleMania 31 is final. WWE world heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar announced Tuesday that he re-signed a multiyear contract with the promotion, eschewing a return to the UFC. Lesnar made the announcement in a sit-down interview with ESPN's Michelle Beadle on SportsCenter. Triple H chimed in with his thoughts: Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports and Wade Keller of PWTorch.com provided more comments from Lesnar, who spoke on his decision: Lesnar, 37, was ...

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The decision that's placed a stranglehold on sports entertainment heading into WrestleMania 31 is final. WWE world heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar announced Tuesday that he re-signed a multiyear contract with the promotion, eschewing a return to the UFC. Lesnar made the announcement in a sit-down interview with ESPN's Michelle Beadle on SportsCenter. Triple H chimed in with his thoughts: Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports and Wade Keller of PWTorch.com provided more comments from Lesnar, who spoke on his decision: Lesnar, 37, was scheduled to become something of a free agent the night after WrestleMania. The former UFC heavyweight champion had made it no secret he was considering a return ...
Brock Lesnar's WWE future and AJ Lee continue to be at the center of rumors. The Beast and the Diva are always hot topics on the Internet, and WrestleMania week was no different. Lesnar's contract situation and what he may be doing come WrestleMania 32 are big stories. As for AJ, there is word that she may not be well-liked backstage. Elsewhere, Twitter clears up rumors of WWE not liking an unauthorized mini-documentary and a backstage report provides a possible spoiler for the Intercontinental Championship Ladder match on Sunday. We begin, though, with the man who will defend the WWE title at the ...
A mixture of excitement and disappointment lingered in the air following the go-home edition of Raw before WWE WrestleMania 31. While WWE did an excellent job of building hype and tension ahead of a couple of huge matches on the card, the chaotic ending involving Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns did little to get people excited about the main event of the show. That said, there were significant developments which enable a few tentative predictions to be made. With blockbuster matches all across the card, here's what we could expect for four of the company's biggest stars at WrestleMania: John Cena, Sting, Seth ...
Daniel Bryan is headed for what many feel will be a great WrestleMania moment on Sunday. Of course, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship is not the prize this time around; it's the Intercontinental belt that will be hanging above the ring on that night. And though six other Superstars will all be climbing the ladder to win the strap in this match, Bryan is the man to bring credibility back to WWE's most important secondary championship. It was a moment that many fans perhaps felt they would not see. When it became apparent that Bryan's career-defining WrestleMania would not be repeated this ...
SnoopMania certainly took over this week's Monday Night Raw.The 43-year-old Snoop Dogg was able to live out a dream of his by teaming up in the ring with Hulk Hogan. The Hulkamania-SnoopMania duo turned out to be too much for Curtis Axel.When Snoop Dogg and Hogan started flexing, some may have had a tough time figuring out who was the wrestler and who was the rapper.[WWE]Read more Pro Wrestling news on BleacherReport.com
While trying to hype the biggest match of the year, to have fans hungry to see Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns tear into each other at WrestleMania, WWE laid a rancid egg in the center of the ring. The stink washed over the audience as Monday's Raw ended. The go-home Raw before WrestleMania is the company's annual last major shot at injecting anticipation in fans' veins. It's the climax before the climax, the chance to create a cliffhanger that compels folks watching to make sure they shell out the cash for the marquee pay-per-view. WWE chose to center that sales pitch this year ...
WWE ended Monday Night Raw, its go-home show for WrestleMania 31, with WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar and No. 1 contender Roman Reigns in a tug of war over the title. Did the anticlimactic ending cement 2015 as the worst WrestleMania buildup of all time? Has WWE failed in setting up a WrestleMania fans can get excited about? Watch as Bleacher Report Pro Wrestling Analyst Dan Pecoraro discusses the disappointing buildup in the video above.   Some photos used and modified courtesy of WWE.com.Read more Pro Wrestling news on BleacherReport.com
With WrestleMania 31 just six days away, it was absolutely imperative that WWE Creative do a good enough job of hyping and promoting the matches and stories involved in Sunday's card as the company rolled into Los Angeles for this week's Raw. The focus was put on marquee matches such as Sting vs. Triple H, John Cena vs. Rusev, The Undertaker vs. Bray Wyatt and, of course, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. For the most part, the writing staff succeeded, creating interest in most of the top bouts. It was the one exception, however, that ...
On March 29, John Cena will set foot onto the WrestleMania stage for the 12th consecutive time as the undisputed face of World Wrestling Entertainment, its franchise player. His opponent on that night will be Rusev, the undefeated Bulgarian Brute who has reigned as WWE United States champion since defeating Sheamus for the title this past October. While some may question Cena competing for a title widely considered secondary—the prize for midcard stars settled nicely at that position on the card—it signifies a greater emphasis on a championship that the leader of the Cenation helped legitimize just over a decade ago. WrestleMania XX ...
WrestleMania is the stage many wrestlers are looking forward to all year, and the 2015 edition of WWE’s biggest pay-per-view has been highlighted by stars who have built momentum on the road to the event. From Sting making his WWE debut and taking the advantage over Triple H to Bray Wyatt carrying the entire feud with The Undertaker on the mic, there are several storylines that have been built correctly leading into the PPV. Here are the stars who have the most momentum heading into WrestleMania 31.   Sting Arguably the biggest storyline at WrestleMania 31 is the WWE debut of Sting. As much ...

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