“It wasn’t me”: Former WWE Star Brings More Trouble for Brock Lesnar as Beast Incarnate’s Wrestling Days Come to Screeching Halt

A former WWE star likely dug Brock Lesnar's grave even deeper with his recent comments.

“It wasn’t me”: Former WWE Star Brings More Trouble for Brock Lesnar as Beast Incarnate’s Wrestling Days Come to Screeching Halt


  • Brock Lesnar was going to make his comeback at the 2024 Royal Rumble, but his alleged involvement in Vince McMahon's trafficking lawsuit stopped that.
  • WWE is now taking steps to erase Brock Lesnar form history.
  • A former WWE star might have made things worse for Brock Lesnar now.
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Brock Lesnar, regarded as one of the most well-rounded athletes in the history of combat and entertainment sports, has been a valuable asset to WWE for several years. Since his last match against Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam in 2023, Lesnar has not made any in-ring appearances.


However, with his connection to Vince McMahon’s trafficking lawsuit, a former WWE Superstar ended up bringing more trouble for Lesnar.

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

Brock Lesnar has achieved significant milestones in his WWE career, propelled by his ruthless aggression and larger-than-life personality. Aptly named The Beast Incarnate, this moniker accurately reflects his dominating presence in the ring, showcasing his commanding prowess whenever he competed.


WWE Is Removed All Traces Of Brock Lesnar After Vince McMahon’s Lawsuit

Brock Lesnar angry
Brock Lesnar at Elimination Chamber

Brock Lesnar’s hyped return to WWE television at the Royal Rumble was scrapped due to a s*x trafficking lawsuit filed against Vince McMahon and WWE. Lesnar, initially unnamed, was later identified by people mentioned in The Wall Street Journal’s report. Because of this, Bron Breakker took Brock Lesnar’s place in the Royal Rumble match and had a solid showing.

Brock Lesnar was recently removed from WWE’s 2K Supercard mobile game, sparking speculation about a potential exclusion from all future 2K games and licensed products. This situation draws parallels to the removal of Chris Benoit in 2007 and Hulk Hogan in 2015.

Mike Johnson of PWInsider reported that several readers observed Brock Lesnar’s absence from the WWE 2K Supercard Digital Collectible Game online. Upon inquiry, it has been confirmed that Lesnar was indeed removed from the game.


“Several PWInsider.com readers sent word that Brock Lesnar has disappeared from the WWE 2K Supercard Digital Collectible Game online. In asking around, we have confirmed Lesnar was indeed pulled from the game.”

In response to the mentioned developments, WWEShop.com discounted a significant portion of Brock Lesnar’s merchandise, indicating a potential attempt to distance themselves from him. It’s crucial to note that Lesnar has not faced criminal accusations or arrests. However, with the FBI investigation into Vince McMahon, the situation could potentially escalate.

Ex-WWE Star Might Have Brought More Issues For Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar looking ahead of him prior to his match
Brock Lesnar during his entrance

In a recent interview with Sunday Night’s Main Event, former WWE Superstar Matt Riddle addressed his ex-employer’s current situation. Responding to the mention of a “UFC Heavyweight Champion” in the lawsuit, Riddle clarified his position by identifying Brock Lesnar as the person in question:

“I wasn’t the dude (alleged in the lawsuit). Brock was the dude he (Vince McMahon) was talking to. It wasn’t me. I really have no comment, other than that.”


Fans may need to come to terms with the possibility that Brock Lesnar will not make a return to WWE television following his involvement in Vince McMahon’s lawsuit. Nevertheless, the future actions of Brock Lesnar remain uncertain, and we will have to wait to see what he decides to do next.


Written by Subhojeet Mookherjee

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