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Brock Lesnar Not Retiring, Signs Multi-Year Deal With WWE

Brock Lesnar WWF 2002

• OLD SCHOOL HISTORY (May 8, 1993) – WCW Saturday Night

On this day in 1993, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Saturday Night’.

It was taped at the Center Stage Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia and featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the “WCW Slamboree 1993: A Legends’ Reunion” PPV.

The card of the show can be found here:

– INTERVIEW: British Bulldog

– Dustin Rhodes vs. Tex Slazinger

– INTERVIEW: Ron Simmons/Masked Assassin/Paul Orndorff

– The Cole Twins vs. Mustafa Saied & Tony Vincent

– Slamboree Control Center: INT- Maxx Payne

– INTERVIEW: Col. Robert Parker

– Van Hammer vs. Rage

– British Bulldog vs. Fury

– INTERVIEW: British Bulldog

– The Blackhearts vs. Joey Maggs & Scott Allen

– INTERVIEW: Ole Anderson

– INTERVIEW: Los Hombres/Ricky Steamboat

– Jim Neidhart vs. Shanghi Pierce

– Flair for the Gold segment with Arn Anderson

– Brian Pillman/Steve Austin vs. Joe Cruz & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker

– INTERVIEW: Brian Pillman/Steve Austin

– Johnny B. Badd vs. Maxx Payne turns into Johnny B. Badd vs. Brad Armstrong

– INTERVIEW: Harley Race/British Bulldog

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• Brock Lesnar Not Retiring, Signs Multi-Year Deal With WWE

As we all know by now, UFC President Dana White revealed that Brock Lesnar won’t be returning to the UFC as Lesnar has retired from the sport of MMA once again.

After this news, reports came out that Lesnar wants to retire from WWE at WrestleMania 36 in 2020. However, that’s not the case.

According to Slice Wrestling, one of the reasons why Lesnar decided to retire from MMA is the fact that he’s already making huge money in WWE with very little work, so training very hard and going to UFC for a devastating loss (which most likely would’ve been the case) for money similar to what he’s making in WWE wasn’t worth doing for The Beast Incarnate.

Also, Lesnar has signed a big money deal with WWE which will keep him with the company till 2022.

Vince McMahon believes Lesnar will play a big role in making SmackDown move to FOX a success.

Brock Lesnar will have his next WWE match on June 7 in Saudi Arabia.

        
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