WWE Office Plants Story About Vince McMahon Being "Livid" At Brock Lesnar For Meeting Dana White At UFC 146 - Why The Company Wants You To Believe They Are On The Outs With Lesnar, Future Creative Plans & The Details WWE Doesn't Want You To Know

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WWE is in overdrive right now with misdirection in trying to get over the idea that they and Brock Lesnar could legitimately be on the outs. WWE planted a story about Vince McMahon "being livid" about Brock meeting with Dana White at UFC 146 last month.

As we've reported multiple times on WrestlingNewsWorld.com Premium, WWE officials were not only aware of the meeting but were believed to have orchestrated it in order to get the news of a possible Lesnar return to UFC out there. The current plan for SummerSlam is still to do Triple H (representing Vince McMahon) vs. Brock Lesnar (representing John Laurinaitis).

Any stories about Brock not having permission from WWE to go to the UFC pay-per-view or that Vince was considering firing him over meeting with Dana White, are completely false. I'm told it's a classic case of the office working the dirt sheets.

  • _JIM_

    So Cena is losing on Sunday? Are they “firing” him to give him that much needed, and well deserved, time off? Because if the plan for SS is to have the match and stipulations that were in this post, they are going to have to do something to keep Big Johnny from being fired due to a Big Show loss at N.W.O.

  • jmac

    so if big johnny is in the plans for summerslam, then cena will be fired on sunday!!!!

  • orangeman8892

    Cena getting fired is not in the match stipulations. Also its funny how all of the other websites are talkng about McMahon being livid and about the Lesnar meeting weeks after its reported here. Great work to wrestlingnewsworld.com !!!! Always one up on the competition.

  • Rob Deer

    Its hard to imagine any getting fired because of the lack of talent on TV right now and three hour hours around the corner. If the untouchable John Cena isn’t at 10000 Raw and not on TV, then what? I mean I get it, dude needs time away and I hope he gets it, but you’ve lost so many other wrestlers, how can you also afford no. 1