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WWE: Another Big Brock Lesnar WWE Lawsuit Update

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posted on Jun, 10 2005 @ 01:19 PM

It appears as there is some new developments in the Brock Lesnar vs. WWE lawsuit. The WWE claims that Lesnar has not made himself available for deposition after “numerous attempts” to get this complete. The WWE claims that Lesnar’s lawyers, “will not make Lesnar available for his deposition.”

The WWE maintains that it needs appropriate time for discovery and to depose Lesnar, especially regarding his demands to rejoin the company. They claim that Lesnar and his lawyers “conveniently forgot” to inform the court that they were “limiting the number of days he would have to travel and/or appear as well as the days of the week he would have to travel and/or appear, the size or location of the venues in which he would have to appear, payment of his travel expenses (including a personal aircraft and pilot), and increased compensation and royalties.”

The WWE has presented a lot of paper work to the court, including:

All documents regarding Lesnar’s trip to Japan for the January 2005 New Japan Tokyo Dome event

Documents and releases Lesnar signed in conjunction with his appearance at the event.

Documents showing how Lesnar’s hotel/travel/meals were paid for and/or reimbursed

Documents showing all income Lesnar has made since departing WWE.

Documents reflecting the communication between Lesnar’s representatives and WWE in regard to a possible return.

Documents regarding Lesnar’s transmission of his WWE Settlement Agreement with outside parties

As well as documents pertaining to any discussions Lesnar had with outside parties regarding that Agreement including his attorneys.

The WWE also claims that a summary judgment in Lesnar’s favor would be premature.

posted on Jun, 13 2005 @ 06:28 AM
He is not doing himself any favours the prat.


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