WWE: Brock Lesnar’s payment per appearance and match revealed

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It seems like WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar’s new deal is printing him more money than his previous one which earned him around $7 Million. FOX Sports have reported the exact amount of money Lesnar is earning from his new deal with the WWE.

Lesnar’s new deal will keep him rich and his employers happy

FOX Sports are reporting through their sources-The Dirty Sheets that Lesnar is on a pay per appearance/fight deal with the WWE. The Beast is charging his employers a shocking amount of money to use him for their events.

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It is being reported that Lesnar will earn $127,000 for every TV appearance and $637,000 for every match that he partakes in. Above that, WWE will have to pay him $637,000 a year if they wish to use his likeness for merchandising.

Both WWE and UFC were competing against each other for the longest time to get the Beast on their shows.  Ironically, now that Lesnar has signed such a convenient and lucrative deal, he can perform on both shows simultaneously without any major obstacles.

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A deal like this is a dream for many in this business. To have convenience, as well as fortune, is a very difficult state of living to achieve. However, Lesnar has earned this spot through his natural talent and sheer drawing power.

Lesnar will be making an appearance on this week’s Monday Night RAW. This will be his first appearance on WWE TV after his shocking victory over Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 34.

He will also be defending his Universal Title against Reigns in a steel cage match at the Greatest Royal Rumble event in Saudi Arabia.

Regarding, his UFC future, no other details have emerged except for Dana White’s claims which stated that the Beast will surely return to the Octagon in the near future.


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