“It appears that he is not going to be around”: Upsetting News for Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future as The Beast Incarnate Gets Embroiled in Vince McMahon’s Controversy

Brock Lesnar's WWE future doesn't look good after his involvement in Vince McMahon's trafficking lawsuit.

“It appears that he is not going to be around”: Upsetting News for Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future as The Beast Incarnate Gets Embroiled in Vince McMahon’s Controversy


  • Brock Lesnar was set to make his appearance at the 2024 Royal Rumble, but his involvement in Vince McMahon's trafficking lawsuit changed that.
  • In fact, Lesnar's WWE future is now uncertain after his involvement there.
  • The Beast Incarnate was accused of some pretty disturbing things in the lawsuit.
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Brock Lesnar, considered one of the most well-rounded and complete athletes in the history of combat and entertainment sports, has been a valuable asset to WWE for several years. Following his last match against Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam in 2023, Lesnar has not made any in-ring appearances. Now it appears his time in WWE might just be done following his involvement in Vince McMahon’s trafficking lawsuit.

Brock Lesnar and Cody Rhodes at WWE Night of Champions
Brock Lesnar and Cody Rhodes

Brock Lesnar has accomplished a lot in his WWE career over the years, thanks to his ruthless aggression, larger-than-life personality and more. He also broke The Undertaker’s legendary WrestleMania streak at WrestleMania 30 – something that will forever mark his legacy.

Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future Remains Uncertain After Being Implicated in Vince McMahon’s Trafficking Lawsuit

Brock Lesnar during his entrance
Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar’s expected return to WWE television at the Royal Rumble was canceled following a s*x trafficking lawsuit filed against Vince McMahon and WWE. Lesnar, initially unnamed in the lawsuit, was later identified in a report. Consequently, Bron Breakker replaced him in the Royal Rumble match, originally planned for Lesnar to be eliminated by Dominik Mysterio. Their scheduled match at Elimination Chamber was also affected by these developments.


While speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer it seems that Brock Lesnar won’t be making appearances in WWE for a while, and there are even suggestions that it might be an extended absence or possibly permanent.

“It appears that Brock Lesnar is not going to be around for a while. Some people think ever. When it comes to talent, I hate to say forever because most of the time it’s not the case, especially if somebody can draw. They always seem to find a way back.”

However, Meltzer acknowledges the unpredictability of the wrestling industry, stating that while some believe it could be a long absence, history has shown that talents who can draw often find a way back into the spotlight.

Why Was Brock Lesnar Named In Vince McMahon’s Lawsuit?

Brock Lesnar angry here
Another scene featuring Brock Lesnar

In ongoing investigations, it has been revealed that Vince McMahon Vince McMahon Allegedly Used Janel Grant to Bring Brock Lesnar Back into WWE in 2021. The Wall Street Journal has identified this individual to be Brock Lesnar, known as The Beast Incarnate in WWE.


There are allegations that the former WWE CEO attempted to arrange a se*ual encounter between Lesnar and Grant during contract negotiations. It is claimed that explicit photos were requested from Grant, and it was reported that after McMahon shared Grant’s number with Lesnar, the fighter asked for a video of her urinating.

Naturally, this is very concerning for fans on a whole different level. This would not be the first time The Alpha Male of our species was implicated in something, as he once allegedly exposed himself to Dustin Rhodes’ ex-wife Terri Runnels during the Plane Ride From Hell as well. Nevertheless, we will have to wait and see what will become of the former WWE Champion, as his future doesn’t look good right now. 


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