Tuesday, April 23

Brock Lesnar Has Been Replaced By LA Knight In WWE’s Opening Signature

The gradual removal of Brock Lesnar from everything WWE continues.

  • Brock Lesnar Tall

    brock lesnar

    Birthdate:
    1977-07-12

    Birthplace:
    Webster, South Dakota, USA

    Birthname:
    Brock Edward Lesnar

    Height:
    6 feet 3 inches

    Weight:
    286 lbs

    Debut:
    2000-10-11

    Championships Held:
    WWE Championship (x7), Universal Championship (x3), IWGP Heavyweight Championship

    Finisher:
    F5, Kimura Lock

    Twitter:
    https://twitter.com/BrockLesnar

    Notable Rivals:
    John Cena, The Undertaker, Roman Reigns, kurt angle

    Notable Allies:
    Paul Heyman

    Eye Color:
    Blue

    Hair Color:
    Blonde

Even though Vince McMahon is rightfully the one in the spotlight following the filing of a lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault and trafficking, he’s far from the only one to have been implicated by the allegations. While not named in the suit, a WWE Superstar who has also fought in UFC is included in the accusations, and fans believe that person to be Brock Lesnar. There still hasn’t been any confirmation of that, but WWE’s scrubbing of Lesnar from as many of its products as it can doesn’t paint a promising picture for the wrestler’s future.



Removed From The Opening Signature

The latest indication that fans might be onto something when it comes to the belief that Lesnar is the pro wrestler/MMA fighter referred to in the lawsuit comes in the form of WWE’s opening signature. More specifically, Lesnar’s removal from it. The signature is the video package that plays at the beginning of every WWE show. PWInsider noted over the weekend that Lesnar has been removed from that package and replaced with LA Knight.

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The tweaked signature debuted on SmackDown last week and despite the number of images that briefly flash up on screen, it didn’t take long for people to notice Lesnar was gone. Likely because people knew Lesnar was in there and they were keeping an eye on his potential replacement considering what else has been going on with The Beast lately. Lesnar has also been removed from the cover art of WWE 2K24’s 40 Years Of WrestleMania.

WWE’s Canceled Lesnar Plans

It’s believed WWE planned on bringing Lesnar back for the men’s Royal Rumble match last month in which angles would have set up his opponents at Elimination Chamber and WrestleMania. It’s also been suggested that Bron Breakker replaced Lesnar in the match and did exactly what Lesnar would have done, including the showdown with Gunther and getting eliminated by Dominik Mysterio.


Removal from WWE’s opening signature doesn’t necessarily mean someone is gone for good. Ric Flair was removed from it in the past and then added back a short while later. It doesn’t look good for Lesnar, though, and if definitive proof surfaces confirming Lesnar is the person referenced in the lawsuit, and the details of the lawsuit are confirmed to be true, we’ll likely never see him in WWE ever again, and perhaps never officially mentioned ever again.


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