Brock Lesnar signed a new deal with WWE, Dana White approved

I was never around for when Brock Lesnar hit the WWE scene and subsequently rocked a sombrero and tried his best to mariachi dance. My extent of the wrestling community reaches to the point where Razor Ramon stuck a toothpick in his mouth. You know, back when Hacksaw Jim Duggan defended America’s freedom through the use of a single piece of plywood. So while you may be thrilled that Brock Lesnar signed a new contract with the WWE to be represented in an upcoming game, I’m indifferent to the entire thing. Overeem vs. Lesnar in UFC is my only concern. The galaxy must work precisely in order to make this happen. Without it, we’re all lost. However, TMZ has more exclusive information on the WWE deal.

Multiple sources confirm …the people developing “WWE: 12” approached Brock back in January and asked for permission to use his name and likeness in the game and the advertising campaign.

We’re told Brock loved the idea — but wouldn’t sign off unless his current boss, UFC honcho Dana White, gave his blessing. Fortunately, it worked out.

TMZ spoke with White, who told us, “I love WWE and I have nothing but love for Vince McMahon — I’m totally OK with Brock being in the game.”

Now that Brock Lesnar is in a WWE, is still does not negate the fact that I can recreate the entire UFC roster on Fire Pro Wrestling, free of charge. That game needs to be released on Xbox 360, so I can finally use my Playstation 2 as an elaborate coaster. [Source]

Published on October 11, 2011 at 2:53 am
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