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BREAKING NEWS: Brock Lesnar Re-Signs with the WWE

Lesnar revealed the news today on ESPN Sports Center during an interview with Michelle Beadle that he is done with MMA and that his match at WrestleMania will not be his last with the WWE as the company gave him an offer that he signed last night at RAW

http://www.wwe.com/inside/brock-lesnar-re-signs-with-wwe-27228794


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  1. FIRST~ WEEEE

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  2. No excuse to give Reigns the title now

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  3. I posted the WWE.com link now as it just came up

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  4. Why the hell would they announce that?

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  5. Thank you Brock! Now we can watch you kick Reigns' ass and keept he title!

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  6. Since he had already revealed it on ESPN>

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  7. He has to win now. What do they do with him otherwise?

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  8. Now there's no reason not to cheer for Brock on Sunday.

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  9. I suppose he could drop the title due to shenanigans (think Austin at 17) and then spend the next year basically killing everyone and everything in the company.

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  10. I dunno, maybe announcing it actually adds intrigue to the title match. Now maybe a few more people will tune in to see if he retains.

    Of course, keeping people in the dark would have the same effect.

    The only foregone conclusion scenario is he announced he wasn't re-signing

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  11. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:01 PM

    So the waste of time is just going to keep going then? That's SO awesome!

    I get that everyone thinks the same move over and over is a **** match but this does nothing for anyone. They still have to pay him an absurd amount of money to get nothing in return. No higher ratings. No higher "buyrates", nothing at all.

    This is an even more obvious example of them being morons than the Daniel Bryan burial.

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  12. Yeah, Reigns is going to face a shitstorm from the fans on Sunday at it will be worse on Monday if he does indeed get the strap

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  13. Wonder if we get Brock vs. Rock anytime soon?

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  14. And he IS done with MMA. I'm sure Dana will make sure of that after being embarrassed on live TV.

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  15. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:03 PM

    If he's gone for the next four months with or without the title, what difference does it make?

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  16. Having an unstoppable monster is cool. They just don't know how to properly pay it off.

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  17. I think if they have him actually show up more than once a quarter he will help quite a bit.

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  18. I imagine so. Seems like the Rock still wants that match to happen. Hopefully they don't extend Lesnar's reign just to feed him to the Rock though.

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  19. I doubt this deal is going to be like that.

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  20. No. He chose a limited schedule as his main factor.

    He's the special attraction that a properly run Big Show should be.

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  21. Yes, we might still get Brock vs Bryan at some point...

    Wonder if its roughly the same deal

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  22. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:05 PM

    So...$500,000 per episode of Raw then? lol

    Hey, we can get this guy to show up and not be able to cut a promo for only $26 million a year!

    I'm kidding obviously but the idea that Brock is going to work harder now is absurd.

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  23. To prevent WM20 Lesnar reactions.

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  24. With much smaller hands of course

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  25. Could still work. Have him call someone out and say they're already dead and just don't know it. Then they live in fear until he comes for them.

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  26. BREAKING NEWS: Reigns ain't walking out of Wrestlemania with the belt.

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  27. Well I don't think anyone expects him to work house shows and travel all the time.

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  28. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:07 PM

    I will be utterly stunned if he works more than 4 matches a year. Why would he negotiated himself a deal that makes him work any harder than the one he has now?

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  29. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:07 PM

    I'm dying to know how much painting themselves into this dipshit corner is going to cost them. They literally replayed the exact situation that led to this whole "no one gets too big for fear they'll leave" in the first place. Astounding work really.

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  30. Because he can't fight anymore and UFC was a bluff?

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  31. How does this change your anticipation for Mania and your pick for the main event? I'm a bit more excited, but I still think Reigns will leave with the belt. I've got hope...but I think I'll ultimately be let down and be pissed like I was after the Rumble.

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  32. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:08 PM

    Seems like a weird venue to announce his resigning but I've got no problem with it. I like Brock. I still don't think his reign needs to extend much longer though even if he does retain at WrestleMania.

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  33. Biff Kensington Has a PosseMarch 24, 2015 at 5:08 PM

    This is win-win. Now they have a bonafide abort switch to escape Reigns, and Vince's bank account gets raked. Glorious!

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  34. I'm thinking heel turn.

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  35. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:08 PM

    I want Roman to win even more now, for no other reason than we can actually have a storyline revolving around the title.

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  36. And who cares if he only works four matches a year?

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  37. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:10 PM

    People that want to watch wrestling matches lol

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  38. Reigns is getting pulped but he's going down a bloody mess a la Austin WM14, calling it now

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  39. Biff Kensington Has a PosseMarch 24, 2015 at 5:10 PM

    What does it accomish for Brock to resign, then lose? Who does he wrestle? At this point, the WWE is almost forced to keep the title on Lesnar.

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  40. At some point Rollins has to win it. He still has 3 months but I can't see them waiting the whole time. My money is on this Monday

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  41. Maybe, but Brock as world champion with cena and Bryan as secondary champion would be better than world champ reigns vs Kane and big show.

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  42. Those people aren't watching WWE and if they are they are looking for love in a hopeless place.

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  43. It's funny, the UFC had a storyline about how big Brock's hands were when he first signed. His XXXXL gloves had to be specially made for him and someone (Herring? can't remember) wondered if this gave him a competitive advantage.

    UFC fans enjoyed hearing about Brock's hands as much as we've enjoyed hearing about Big Show's.

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  44. So...is this going to be the first Mania main event match where a vast chunk of the crowd doesn't want the defending supposed heel champion to lose the strap?

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  45. Do you know Colorado adam?

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  46. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:11 PM

    I like Brock working 4 matches a year. I just don't like him doing it with the title.

    I would have been happy with just 1 title defense between Night of Champions and Royal Rumble. Just 1!

    In a perfect world I have Brock work 5 shows a year.

    Rumble, Mania, Extreme Rules, Summerslam, and a Fall PPV.

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  47. Blood is banned.

    When Batista bladed he was fined $100,000

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  48. 14 was Austin over Michaels

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  49. Honestly my money's on Rollins losing the case.

    After 11 successful cashins in a row, 2 of the last 3 holders have failed to win the title. I say we go 3 for 4.

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  50. He's never been full heel and I think they stopped bothering with it. He's just booked as Brock Lesnar. Cheer if you want to they don't seem to care either way

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  51. Love it! You're screwed reigns! BELIEVE THAT.

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  52. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:13 PM

    You're right, everyone should stop wrestling because WWE is ssooooooo bad, let them do something else that appeals to the fanbase!

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  53. Wow. I called this wrong. Brock got richer.

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  54. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:13 PM

    Rollins/Lesnar is kinda starting to replace Bryan/Lesnar as my Great White Buffalo match.

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  55. I see some people are thinking about things long term, but at the very least...doesn't this maybe save Wrestlemania?

    I'm happy about the move.

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  56. I don't think Brock cares all that much about losses and I don't think WWE is good at long-term planning. I agree that it makes complete sense for Lesnar to win, but WWE hasn't run a program that made sense for some time now.

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  57. He's the new Undertaker. He is a force of nature that exists beyond face or heel.

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  58. what I wouldn't mind is Heyman turning on Brock, reforming the Shield and costing him the title. Then Brock dismembers the Shield one by one to get the belt back.

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  59. Sunday: OK Reigns, 1 week until you take over the company!!


    Tuesday: OK Reigns, lets work on selling those Germans.

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  60. It's not quite the same but Miz vs. Cena at WM27, the crowd was almost completely apathetic as to who they wanted to win. The entire crowd was just hoping the Rock would whip someone's ass, they were even beyond caring who got it first.

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  61. Biff Kensington Has a PosseMarch 24, 2015 at 5:14 PM

    Why not see if they can pull off a swap at WrestleMania? Have Lesnar destroy Reigns, making Triple H and Stephanie hire Lesnar as "their" champion (thinking he can't be beat), and turfing Rollins. Let Seth go for revenge; Hell, it could even lead to a Shield reunion down the line.

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  62. Here's MY WMplaybutton book.

    Middle of the show, Brock and Heyman come out. Brock's tired of waiting, let's do this now. Reigns enters through the crowd. They challenge his manhood if he refuses the match starting right now. Reigns says he's always ready.

    Lesnar beats up Reigns for awhile. Lesnar makes a mistake, Reigns turns the tables...though Lesnar fights it the whole way. Distraction as Seth Rollins is seen, briefcase in hand, ready to run in and cash in. Reigns tries a roll-up...only gets one. Lesnar then proceeds to destroy Reigns. Desperation Superman punch...Lensar shrugs it off. Lesnar does what he did to Cena with Reigns and eventually takes the pin...and Reigns is completely out. Lensar...mouth full of blood, looking absolutely maniacal, BEGS for Rollins to come down and cash in... Rollins thinks better of it (as he is a chicken shit heel) and goes backstage. Lesnar and Heyman gloat. Reigns is carried out on a stretcher (for a bit of a rest and a retool.)

    Cena vs Rusev goes on last. Stiff match...both men really beat the shit out of each other...Cena is battered but LOLCENAWINS...he collapses with exhaustion--HIT ROLLINS' MUSIC...as he rolls in and (possibly with some Authority shenanigans) cashes in his briefcase for the US title. Rollins and the Authority start a huge program against Cena (with Rusev thrown in there to keep things fresh) for the US Title over the rest of the year.


    Yes...that would mean that a heel goes over at WM...but it would payoff Rollins, keep Cena relevant (they're never going to give up or change Cena, so might as well find something for him to do), and give Cena a reason to keep fighting the Authority (which obviously the WWE is going to keep doing no matter what we want, but at least this way it has some logic to it.)

    If you want a big face moment...maybe have Sting come back to save Cena from the post match beatdown (especially if Triple H went over Sting in the match earlier).

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  63. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:14 PM

    If they actually abort the Roman plan this is basically a waste of a Brock date. He's now just wrestling a b-list jobber that will probably be repackaged in 3 months.

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  64. I'm telling you... Lesnar holds the title for the next year... Austin challenges him at WM in Texas.

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  65. You're bad at having conversations.

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  66. People have said that a lot. I don't see Dean being the 3rd man again though. Maybe Orton?

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  67. And shows up this time!

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  68. Thaddeus MountainMarch 24, 2015 at 5:16 PM

    Our VIKING SPACE LORD shall reign supreme and murder everything he sees for another year. This makes me happy.

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  69. I thought MITB was for World title shots only?

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  70. Biff Kensington Has a PosseMarch 24, 2015 at 5:16 PM

    Better to abort now while the rocket is still on the ground than wait until it's already blowing up after takeoff.

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  71. If they do not pull the trigger on Reigns then they are writing him off forever. I still see Reigns winning and the Rock getting involved to set up Brock/Rock

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  72. Makin A Difference Reigns?

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  73. Makes more sense than anything Michael Xavier would say.

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  74. You must have gotten hold of some good stuff...

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  75. If they wanted to go with what we talked about last week.
    Brock as champion who is "above" the story for the most part and Cena/Bryan as US and IC titleholders who elevate those to main event storyline belts.
    I'd be 100% OK with that idea.

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  76. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:17 PM

    You said no one that wants to watch wrestling should be watching WWE anyway.

    Which seems to infer they aren't a wrestling product because I should not expect wrestling from it.

    Thus they should just quit.

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  77. Seriously, this one move made me buy Mania. I wasn't going to touch it, but now at least there is SOME suspense in the main.

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  78. We are further away from Austin/Michaels than they were from WM I. And by my unofficial count, HHH, Undertaker, Kane are all still wrestling on Sunday.

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  79. That's what the house shows look like. Cena is on top for one set, and Bryan main events the others.

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  80. You're right, according to Wikipedia.

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  81. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:18 PM

    Brock retains. Bray retires Undertaker. Next night on Raw Heyman does his usual boisterous hyping of Brock Lesnar. The music hits. The lantern is on. The fireflies are fluttering and the motherfucking man is here. You broke the streak but I broke the man. Extreme Rules. Chicago. COME ON BABY!

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  82. ...but I say do it anyway, because Authority says so.

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  83. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:18 PM

    And then.......what?

    Austin is now the champ despite never wanting another match?

    Brock is still champ?

    I mean seriously, where do you go from there? Austin just tosses the title on the ground on the next Raw since it won't have meant shit for 2 years anyway? That's feasible.

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  84. WWECW belt counted for as long as they bothered to try & make people care about that one.

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  85. I like it. Except COME ON BABY! makes it sound like Jericho.

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  86. I wonder if anyone thinks Brock actually gives a shit if he ever wins another match. He'd lay down for ME if the money was right.

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  87. I like that but they won't do it

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  88. This is a bad situation.

    If brock wins he is a babyface champ that works limited dates.
    if brock loses, he is clearly above the rest of the roster (so who does he work part time with) and have a lukewarm guy as champ.

    elevating the belts by demoting cena/bbryan is disastrous for ziggler/bbnb/ etc... cuz all of them will not be on eithers level so some of those current ic guys are getting depushed/ttreadmilled.

    The only thing I see having the chance of getting better is the tag card Cuz if the champ isnt doing the loop, it frees up time to try tags on house shows Before being put on tv.

    I cant see more singles programs happening with the roster they have... there has to be more tags to get more guys tv time.

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  89. I know it's apples and oranges considering the time differences, but HBK and Rock both lost title matches at Mania before hitting their peak. In some cases, a big loss can be a catalyst for a fresh start.

    Why the hell would we want to put all the faith in Reigns when there's so many signs it isn't working?

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  90. Brock against basically anyone else who isn't Cena/HHH is a completely fresh and interesting match.

    He's even managed to avoid crossing paths with Orton somehow. Anything that isn't Brock/Cena part 50 would be worth watching. That's why I'm so excited by Brock coming back.

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  91. There is absolutely no way taker loses.

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  92. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:20 PM

    That was just me being excited at the prospect of it. Bray wasn't saying that.

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  93. Apologies if this was mentioned but I don't have time to skim all the comments. HHH tweeted that it's a multi year contract.

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  94. MAybe he'll get all his money upfront and just stop training and get spayed and turn up to WM32 to put Baron Corbin over looking like Adorable Adrian Adonis.

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  95. I wanna see Jericho challenge Brock now. "We'll have a war of words, on the TWITTAH!"

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  96. By the time Orton gets there he's on vacation again.

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  97. And Bray can lose to Brock without getting damaged, do something similar to Benoit/Raven in WCW where Bray never quits, just gets KTFO/passed out in submission.

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  98. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:21 PM

    --said most people last year.

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  99. I think they'd be writing him off as THE guy, but he could still have a couple of title reigns later on. I agree though that Reigns will get the win on Sunday.

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  100. I wonder if he's signed an ironclad contract?

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  101. As someone else said, there may be a shred of doubt about who goes over now during Reigns/Brock. I'm still on the fence if I want to order the show or not.

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  102. The dream (impossible) scenario there is Punk.

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  103. Nah. He's gonna do enough steroids now to be able to fight 3 bears at once rather than 2.

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  104. Beautiful/Loverboy Brock Lesnar would still murder 99% of the roster.

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  105. The thing is those guys had momentum. Pushing a not ready guy who has potential and having him lose is going to kill him, regardless if he is ready or not. If he isnt, they have heels built up to run with. Sure, he can turn heel but if that happens, the only face left is Cena. Lesnar/Cena is old hat. It has to be Reigns here, as dismal as it seems.

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  106. Can we get Lesnar vs Mark Mero now?

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  107. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:24 PM

    I will say, if he's back and it's actually going to be for more than a match every season, at some point they MUST let Rollins get a countout win or something over him and heel that shit up for a good long while, both these guys are made for an angle like that.

    And it works too because Brock will never ever ever waste his precious time on Raw so Rollins can call him out a'la Jericho/Goldberg constantly! Get your heel over and save hundreds of thousands of dollars!

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  108. I haven't watched a UFC PPV in a long time (cause there's so goddman many shows), but Mike Goldberg used to say "punches in bunches" a lot. Put him in Cole territory with me.

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  109. Any chance that this is a wwe fabrication ?

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  110. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:25 PM

    I like the idea of the two basically beating each other to death before Brock puts him away and then Seth comes out like the rat fuck he is and cashes in MITB. Gives him Lesnar, Bray, Orton, and every Babyface on the roster as challengers.

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  111. No. Espn would never have played along.

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  112. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:25 PM

    Someone should definitely tell Dana lmao

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  113. I'd love to see Brock rock a Beautiful Bobby mullet.

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  114. ESPN video interview with Lesnar and Jonathan Coachman...

    http://espn.go.com/mma/story/_/id/12553309/former-ufc-champ-brock-lesnar-signs-wwe-closes-door-mma-career

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  115. For what it's worth, and it may be nothing, the WWE edited the boos for Reigns out of the YouTube video of Raw's ending, so they're apparently plowing forward with "EVERYONE LOVES ROMAN THE BOOS ARE A VOCAL MINORITY EVERYTHING IS FINE SHUT UP."

    At the very least, it sort of ensures that this isn't all some long con where they're massaging fan backlash to pull off a heel turn when the time is right.

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  116. WWE was in serious/semi-serious negotiations with Goldie a few years back to be their lead announcer.

    So they knew exactly what kind of annoying they were looking for there.

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  117. Thanks for making me feel old as fuck.

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  118. Brock sounds like he has matured. He knows he has to do what he has to do to keep everyone around him happy.

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  119. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:27 PM

    Brock/Orton would have totally made sense in 2012. After the Cena match book Brock against Orton and have him destroy Orton at No Way Out. Orton can sell the beating since he was off TV for months anyways and then Brock does the HHH match.

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  120. Brock is going to get such a monster pop at WM because of this news... complete opposite of WM20.

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  121. As long as he suplexes Reigns into oblivion, everyone will be happy

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  122. So...brock loses, but is still around. Who does he feud with? He already gave the "1" in the 21-1 to Reigns....so....?? Cena is done. Rollins isn't at his level. HHH has been done. Now what? If he wins, the WWE could do the underdog story correctly....but with who?

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  123. It's gotta be the original three. What's the point otherwise?

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  124. Geez, I hope they are no kids into Reigns going to WM on Sunday, that crowd is going to be animalistic for Brock, haha.

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  125. 5% or less.

    On the one hand at ESPN he was with our old pal Jonathan Coachman and Michelle Beadle who's a huge wrestling mark. So we have people involved on their end who would not be opposed to playing along.

    But on the other this is the exact opposite of how Dana White/the Fertittas do business. This would be a HUGE out of character experience for them.

    So that's a no.

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  126. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:29 PM

    I watched the Royal Rumble and one thing became clear. Crowds will buy Seth Rollins at Brock's level.

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  127. Harlan Leverage IIIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:29 PM

    Jesus Fuck, dude, I know kayfabe's dead, but you couldn't wait until after the match before you copped to signing the new contract?

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  128. Then this essentially means Reigns is turning heel at WM, right?

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  129. No. I wouldn't put it past them to have slipped that line in Heyman's promo about uniting the titles to make it seem like one, but what pretty clearly happened is that Brock sold them a bullshit bluff about going back to MMA, Vince bought it and eventually caved to a raise for Lesnar.

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  130. I like the video afterward where Heyman comes out.

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  131. Yes. Instead of "Sufferin' Succotash" he'll say "What a maroon" to everybody.

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  132. Yeah, without the the title to put a target on his back I can't see where the story comes from. Knowing Vince and Dunn though he'll be feuding with someone over a spilt energy drink or they'll chuck money at part timers again.

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  133. Get him away from the Authority would help. Otherwise he's just third fiddle behind #2 HHH and #1 Steph.

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  134. Ain't I a stinker?

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  135. Probably means Reigns is going over, sadly.

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  136. Lesnar still can face Orton and Bryan if he needs fresh faces to fight. A heel Reigns would also have a lot of options with Orton, Bryan, and Ambrose.

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  137. The entire fucking arena booed Reigns' turn at raising the belt, LOL...this fucking company.

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  138. Big Show, obviously.

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  139. Brock should make it official and shave that beard into a Fu Manchu and dye it bright yellow, because he's officially 1987 Hulk Hogan on Sunday.

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  140. Good. Reigns can get murdered nice and proper now in one of the "main events" and we don't have to worry about the will-they-or-won't-they bullshit...or WILL they?

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  141. IT'S THE CIRRRRRCLE OF LIFE!

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  142. O/U 3: Not including Mania, WWE title defenses by Lesnar presuming he retains against Reigns.

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  143. You could turn Brock face easily at Mania, but more importantly, you could turn the entire Shield faction heel if they reform and jump Brock.

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  144. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:39 PM

    A year? Or over the multiple years in his contract?

    Either way under.

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  145. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:39 PM

    I think he loses it by Extreme Rules, Summerslam at the latest.

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  146. Ambrose is lower than Ziggler now. Don't know about him.

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  147. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:40 PM

    I was pushing the idea of Heyman turning and aligning with Roman but that idea doesnt really work now that Brock re-signed. It would work if Brock was leving because Heyman needs a new meal ticket and jumps on the Reigns Train. But with Brock re-signing it really doesn't make sense.

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  148. ღαґ√ ḉґεṧтøMarch 24, 2015 at 5:41 PM

    It also leaves Brock without the ability to speak.

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  149. Up vote for rat fuck

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  150. Who he associates with is not nearly as much of an issue as the fact that he's lost to everyone he's feuded with. It's a testament to how great he is as a chickenshit heel and how great J&J are are understanding that less is sometimes more when it comes to heeling, but the dude has lost, clean, to and gotten his ass kicked by every single guy he's feuded with since he turned. The only feud he could claim a win in was with Reigns and that was because Reigns got injured (after pinning him clean on Raw).

    That's a much bigger problem than whatever damage people who still live in 2002 think that HHH or (lol, really) Stephanie are doing to him.

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  151. #congratstous God Damn it
    https://twitter.com/VinceMcMahon/status/580512657020719106

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  152. Exactly, which sucks. But, at least I can legitimately hope.

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  153. Ahh. Until I clicked the link and read Vince's hash tag with the beginning of each word capatalized, I thought Vince stroked out and was mixing Congratulations with Outrageous.

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  154. Brock could never talk and was over as fuck as a face in the mid 2000s.

    Of course, it's 2015 and Vince may WANT him to go out there and recite cribbed Daffy Duck lines in his semi-literate farmboy dialect.

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  155. MAIN EVENT DISTRACTION FINISH

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  156. I wonder how many "I'll owe ya, pal!" Vince said during negotiations.


    I'm betting on at least half a dozen.

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  157. Well, EVERYBODY beats Ambrose.

    Seriously, though, every win he scores was really Kane's and then Dean's brain broke and he lost to a hologram lantern.

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  158. Adam "Colorado" CurryMarch 24, 2015 at 5:56 PM

    What do I have to do with this?

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  159. Is it just me, or does Doug Fister look a little like Matt Ryan?

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  160. Burt Macklin, FBIMarch 24, 2015 at 5:59 PM

    He can get a voice box like Kane had.

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  161. I may be crazy, but I thought Brock did fine as a heel during the end of his run. I loved the mariachi segment.

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  162. Dancing Brock? But, he's not black!

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  163. :Jamie Knoble walks past Reigns:
    Jamie: Hey Roman sorry to hear about Wrestlemania. Maybe next year will be better.
    Roman: What?
    :Daniel Bryan walks past:
    Bryan: Roman, man. Look at it this way, at least you got to main event.
    Roman: What the hell are you talking about? I'm going over th-
    :Spots tv with Sports Center playing:
    Roman:....shit.

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  164. He did. Of course, I dunno how much of a stretch semi-literate Midwesterner who isn't a fan of Mexicans was.

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  165. Wow, just randomly watching the segments leading up to Mania last year. This CM PUNK chants were LOUD, but then again, anything Bryan did also got an insane reaction from the crowd.

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  166. Is the nightly thread?

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  167. possible

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  168. Great story or greatest story? http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/medicine-hat-basketball-player-allowed-to-use-f-word-last-name-1.3006783

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  169. Having Brock on ESPN during Mania week is nothing but positive.

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  170. Night thread's up

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  171. Pronounced Foo-key, but how glorious for a bunch of drunken fans to chant "Fuck! Fuck! Fuck!"

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  172. He won MITB, put Orton on the shelf for months, and tricked Cena into bringing back The Authority.

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  173. I would have loved liked seeing Brock in WWE and UFC simultaneously, but there's no reason he should risk it.

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  174. Correction: Kane won MITB for him, he put Orton out after a handicap attack and he brought the Authority back by attacking a cripple.

    All great chickenshit heel things, but they did nothing to make him look legit.

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  175. "That's all folks!"

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  176. SharksA'sRaidersMarch 24, 2015 at 7:01 PM

    I think the angle they're going for this year is Bray 'killing' the Undertaker. Some sort of DQ thing where Taker doesn't actually lose, but Bray goes over as a monster who 'kills' the legend.

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  177. Correction: Rollins pulled down the briefcase, Rollins curb-stomped Orton through a cinderblock, and Rollins tricked Cena into bringing back The Authority.

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