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Backstage News On The Amount Of Money Brock Lesnar Is Demanding For His Next WWE Run (Details Of All WWE Contracts Of Lesnar From 2012-2020)

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• Backstage News On The Amount Of Money Brock Lesnar Is Demanding For His Next WWE Run (Details Of All WWE Contracts Of Lesnar From 2012-2020)

The Dirty Sheets has provided complete details on all of Brock Lesnar’s WWE contract so far from 2012 to 2020, and what he’s demanding now. Below are the details:

– Brock Lesnar signed a 3 match deal (Extreme Rules 2012, SummerSlam 2012, and WrestleMania 29) with WWE in 2012, worth $5 million.

– This contract was extended to another year, and his last match would’ve been a loss to The Undertaker at WrestleMania 30, but it ended up being a win over Taker (and the Streak was broken) because Lesnar signed another deal for one more year.

– Lesnar was scheduled to once again leave WWE after WrestleMania 31, but he ended up signing his first long-term deal with WWE – a 3 year deal from WrestleMania 31 to 34, worth $9 million ($3 million per year) and an additional $100,000 for every House Show he works.

– Lesnar was once again scheduled to leave WWE after WrestleMania 34, but he surprisingly retained the Universal Championship against Roman Reigns in the main event. Lesnar then signed an “image rights” deal, where WWE would pay him $500,000 per year to use his image on T-Shirts, Video Games, etc. This deal was from WrestleMania 34 to 36. In addition to this, he signed a deal to get paid per appearance. For working RAW, SmackDown, & House Shows, he got paid $100,000 per appearance. For a Pay-Per-View appearance (match), he got paid $500,000. For a Saudi Arabia pay-per-view event, he got paid $1 million.

– After WrestleMania 36, Lesnar’s image rights deal was temporarily extended as WWE had plans to bring him back for SummerSlam. However, when Lesnar refused to work at the ThunderDome, WWE terminated his image rights deal and paid him $125,000 from WrestleMania to SummerSlam.

– Paul Heyman also signed new deals with WWE whenever Lesnar signed new deals. Heyman was getting paid $750,000 per year. Heyman wasn’t under any contract after WrestleMania 36, and WWE feared he could go to AEW, so WWE quickly re-signed him to his $750,000 per year talent deal.

– After Heyman got re-signed and Lesnar being out of the picture for the time being, Heyman & Reigns finally got what they wanted, as they wanted to work with each other for a long time.

– Lesnar is expected to return to WWE during the WrestleMania 37 season, and he’s demanding $3 million for his return.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (September 26, 1987) – WWF Superstars of Wrestling

On this day in 1987, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars of Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped from the Civic Center in Peoria, Illinois and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1987’ PPV.

Here is the card:

1. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Barry Horowitz

2. Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs. The Shadows

3. The Hart Foundation vs. S.D. Jones & Sonny Rogers

4. Jim Duggan vs. Terry Gibbs

5. The Islanders vs. Jim Evans & Brady Boone

6. Randy Savage vs. Rick Renslow

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