Brock Lesnar Erased From Yet Another Major WWE Project

Published 02/06/2024, 9:34 AM EST

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The Vince McMahon scandal has affected WWE and Brock Lesnar greatly. After being rumoured to be the UFC Champion involved in the scandal, Lesnar was immediately removed from multiple platforms. The allegations have greatly affected his stardom and credibility while WWE tries its best to minimise the damage. They have taken another countermeasure as the misery continues to pile up on Combat sports history’s most decorated athlete.

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Brock Lesnar is now removed from WWE 2K24 poster

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WrestleOps tweeted on February 6th a couple of posters of the WrestleMania 2K24 game revealing the updated poster of the game. The tweet read, “As per new gameplay footage uploaded by WWE today, Brock Lesnar has officially been removed from WWE2K24’s ‘40 Years of #WrestleMania’ showcase cover. Lesnar has been replaced by John Cena.

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The game features a special game mode celebrating forty years of WrestleMania with the poster consisting of legendary WWE superstars from the past, present, and future. As per the update, Lesnar has been removed from the poster and the game. In the previous version of the poster, he stood on the left of The Undertaker, a position now occupied by John Cena. The poster now has 13 superstars including The Rock and Roman Reigns.

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It is a move made by WWE as a part of its erasure mechanism to deal with the ongoing McMahon scandal where Brock Lesnar is also involved in some capacity. WWE has already taken multiple countermeasures to tackle the issues and this was one of them. The poster was revealed last month just before Royal Rumble, an event where Lesnar was scheduled to make his return.

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