Brock Lesnar Removed From WWE 'Then, Now, Forever, Together' Video Package
WWE continue to distance themselves from Brock Lesnar
After being removed from the WWE SuperCard game and scrubbed from the cover of WWE 2K24, Brock Lesnar now finds himself taken out of WWE's opening signature video.
Observant fans on social media have pointed out that Lesnar has been replaced by LA Knight in WWE's 'Then, Now, Forever, Together' video intro. The change can be traced back to the January 30 edition of NXT.
Lesnar last appeared for WWE at SummerSlam 2023, where he lost to Cody Rhodes in the third match of their trilogy. The 46-year-old was supposed to return to WWE at the Royal Rumble, but was named days prior by the Wall Street Journal as the current WWE star and former UFC Heavyweight Champion referred to in the lawsuit filed by former WWE employee Janel Grant against Vince McMahon, John Laurinaitis and WWE.
Lesnar is not named as a defendant in the suit. However, the nature of the allegations levied against him and McMahon have forced WWE to take all creative plans for Lesnar off the table.
Brock was originally scheduled to wrestle Dominik Mysterio at Elimination Chamber, before taking on Intercontinental Champion Gunther at WrestleMania XL. It remains to be seen when, or indeed if, Lesnar will return to WWE.