WWE Game Shake-Up: Brock Lesnar’s Removal Amidst Allegations Against Vince McMahon

WWE Game Shake-Up: Brock Lesnar's Removal Amidst Allegations Against Vince McMahon
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Brock Lesnar’s Inclusion Removed from WWE Game Amid Vince McMahon Allegations

Recent allegations against Vince McMahon on January 25 have sent shockwaves through the wrestling world, with accusations ranging from sexual trafficking to abuse. In the legal proceedings, an unnamed ‘WWE Superstar’ was implicated, described as a former UFC Heavyweight Champion in negotiations with WWE during the alleged events.

While it’s crucial to note that Brock Lesnar was not directly named in the lawsuit, the Wall Street Journal suggests that the WWE Superstar in question is, indeed, Lesnar. Consequently, WWE has made significant adjustments to their creative plans, sidelining Lesnar from the Royal Rumble match on January 27 and potentially WrestleMania in April.

Recent reports from WWE 2K Supercard mobile game users on February 1 indicate Lesnar’s disappearance from the game. Inside sources, as cited by PWInsider, suggest that Lesnar may be downplayed or removed from various 2K projects and potentially other licensed products.

The fate of Lesnar in the upcoming WWE 2K24 video game, set for an early March release, remains uncertain. While still featured on the official WWE 2K website, including the cover of the ’40 Years of WrestleMania’ edition, Lesnar’s status could change as events unfold.

As of February 1, Lesnar remains listed as a current ‘Superstar’ on WWE’s official roster page, although Vince McMahon’s profile was removed from public view on January 26. The details of the disturbing lawsuit filed on January 25, 2024, are available for those who can handle its distressing content.

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