WWE removes Brock Lesnar from intro video

WWE has removed Brock Lesnar from the opening intro that airs before every WWE show and replaced him with LA Knight.

The company continues to disassociates itself from Lesnar following his alleged involvement in the sex trafficking and abuse lawsuit brought forward by Janel Grant against Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis.

Lesnar, referred to only as a former UFC champion and WWE Superstar, received explicit photos of Grant from McMahon and offered her as his playdate as he kept trying to sweeten the deal for him to re-sign with the company.

2K recently removed Lesnar from the WWE SuperCard game and also from the artwork of the 40 Years of WrestleMania WWE 2K24 video game. It’s unclear if he will remain as a playable character in the game as of now.

The Beast Incarnate was supposed to be part of the Royal Rumble and the road to WrestleMania but all creative for him has been binned.

It’s unlikely we’ll see Brock in WWE until this whole lawsuit is settled and even then, chances are the company will not take a bet on him unless he’s exonerated from any wrongdoing.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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