Vince McMahon’s Former Rival Exposes WWE in Latest Brock Lesnar Allegations: “Let Me Tell You Something…”

Published 01/07/2023, 9:00 AM EST

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Brock Lesnar is one of the most decorated wrestlers in the history of WWE. He is certainly a big star in the professional wrestling industry. And many fans believe The Beast Incarnate has some input in his own storylines.

For instance, WWE producer Road Dogg revealed last year that Lesnar refused to face Jindal Mahal in Survivor Series 2017. Also, former WWE wrestler Dean Ambrose once spilled some tea on the fact that Lesnar altered his match finishes a few times.

WWE Legend and Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff has now confirmed the fact that The Beast has creative control in WWE.


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Brock Lesnar has creative freedom in WWE

In the episode of Strictly Business #008, the Former General Manager of Raw, Eric Bischoff, revealed a secret about Lesnar’s input in his matches and storylines.

He told the WWE Universe that WWE gives the 7-Time WWE Champion power and freedom to alter his storylines if he doesn’t like it. And The Conqueror uses his freedom to its full extent.

“Anybody that buys into the narrative that I let talent run creative [in WCW] and I gave everybody creative control. Let me tell you something, Brock Lesnar has creative control!” Bischoff said. “And he exercises the hell out of it, like the hell out of it!”, the Former Executive director of WWE SmackDown said.

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Eric said this in response to the question asked by Jon Alba. Alba asked Bischoff whether he had a hand in a 2019 match where Lesnar defeated Kofi Kingston to win the WWE Championship in a matter of eight seconds.

It was then Bischoff confessed the fact that he had no say in it, and it was all Lesnar.

The Beast can return in Royal Rumble 2023

The Former UFC Heavyweight Champion was last seen in action in 2022. He defeated Bobby Lashley at Crown Jewel on November 5. Recently, WWE featured Lesnar in a new Royal Rumble 2023 poster and this might hint at something.


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Seeing the poster, many fans believe Lesnar might make his return on the upcoming premium live event of WWE which is set to take place on Saturday, January 28th. Though WWE has not officially given a green flag to this news, there is a possibility for this to happen.

Fans have also predicted that the 3-Time WWE Universal Champion will face Bobby Lashley either at Royal Rumble 2023 or WrestleMania 39.


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Monika Thapa

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Monika Thapa is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports. She holds a Bachelor's degree in English. She enjoys gardening and crocheting in her free time.

Edited By: Debmallya Chakraborty