Brock Lesnar Removed from WWE Signature Video, Replaced By LA Knight (1 Viewer)


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It seems WWE is distancing itself from former champion Brock Lesnar, as seen in his removal from various promotional materials. According to Fightful, the latest example of this is Lesnar's absence from the "Then, Now, Forever" video introduction, where LA Knight has taken his place.

This change was noticed during the January 30 episode of WWE NXT on the USA Network. Lesnar's disappearance from WWE's promotional content comes after his removal from WWE Supercard and the WWE 2K24 40 Years of WrestleMania cover.

The decision to remove Lesnar is believed to be related to an ongoing lawsuit filed by former WWE employee Janel Grant against Vince McMahon, John Laurinaitis, and WWE.

The lawsuit accuses McMahon of sexual assault and sex trafficking, without directly naming Lesnar. However, it mentions a "world-famous athlete and former UFC Heavyweight Champion," whom McMahon allegedly offered Grant's sexual services to. The Wall Street Journal has identified Lesnar as the individual implicated.

An image comparing the video introduction featuring Lesnar with LA Knight's replacement is available for reference.

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