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The Real Reason Brock Lesnar Left And Then Eventually Came Back That Same Night After Vince McMahon Retired

Following Vince McMahon’s appointment as Executive Chairman once again, multi-time world champion Brock Lesnar is said to have asked WWE for something. Last year, Vince McMahon declared his retirement from professional wrestling. McMahon returned to WWE earlier this week and is now the Executive Chairman of the Board, in an unexpected turn of events.

The WWE Co-CEO, Stephanie McMahon, is no longer in that position. According to a source, Brock Lesnar, a former WWE champion, has asked WWE management for something. According to rumours, The Beast Incarnate wants the former CEO to schedule his matches. Also, Brock has asked Vince to schedule his fights. Back in the day, the former world champion seemed to have a genuine hatred for Vince McMahon.

When criticising McMahon in his 2011 book Death Clutch, Brock Lesnar wasn’t mincing words. Since then, Lesnar and Vince McMahon have become quite close. When Lesnar learned that McMahon had left professional wrestling last year, he reportedly became angry. Later, in an interview, Triple H said, “Yes, there is some truth to it.” You need to comprehend Brock’s bond with Vince. He is the familiar devil. Brock dislikes people and is not naturally a trusting person.

Nick Khan is the sole CEO of WWE

He is not someone you can trust. I believe that it is instant when you learn that Vince is gone. And what will happen from here? I’m leaving the area. The entire WWE Universe was shocked by Stephanie McMahon’s official announcement of her departure from the organization. Recent reports have covered the effects of her choice, the factors that went into it, and how the change will affect other people’s roles. Nick Khan is the sole CEO of WWE as a result of Stephanie McMahon’s resignation from her position in that capacity. 

The company’s board of directors also unanimously and simultaneously chose Vince McMahon to take over as executive chairman of the board. According to a recent report, the former Women’s Champion’s departure from WWE was more of a continuation of the leave of absence she had previously taken before accepting the role of co-CEO this past summer. The actors who the outlet had spoken to “liked” Stephanie, it was reported.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.