Brock Lesnar removed from WWE SuperCard video game
Brock Lesnar has been on hiatus for a long time since SummerSlam 2023. It was previously reported that Brock Lesnar will be back in WWE at Royal Rumble 2024 to participate in the Men’s Royal Rumble match. However, Lesnar was pulled out from the match and was replaced by Bron Breakker after Miss Janel Grant’s sexual trafficking lawsuit filings.
It was also said that Lesnar’s plans on the road to WrestleMania are subjected to change and was pulled out from his planned appearances. Now a recent report reveals that Lesnar was pulled out from the WWE video game.
Brock Lesnar removed from WWE SuperCard
According to PWInsider’s recent report, they have confirmed that Brock Lesnar has been pulled out from the WWE SuperCard mobile game produced by 2K Games after Miss Janel Grant’s lawsuit.
PWInsider on their reports said,
“In asking around, we have confirmed that Lesnar was indeed pulled from the game.
It would appear that 2K, as a licensee for WWE, is following the company’s lead after WWE backed off on using Lesnar last weekend at the Royal Rumble event. Lesnar was slated to return and begin his Wrestlemania season storyline, but in the wake of the Janel Grant lawsuit filed against WWE, Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis several days before, we are told the company chose to ‘withdraw’ Lesnar’s involvement.
Going forward, PWInsider.com has been told by sources familiar to the matter that we should expect to see Lesnar downplayed (if not outright removed as he was in the Supercard game) as much as possible going forward by 2K and potentially other licensees.”
Although Lesnar was not directly involved in the lawsuit, he reportedly played a key role in the allegations as the ‘WWE Superstar’ mentioned in the allegation was found out to be Brock Lesnar.