Brock Lesnar’s Asking Price Revealed, When Vince McMahon Wants Him Back And Why AEW Cannot Be Counted Out

Last week here on Insider, we reported early plans for WrestleMania 37.

Another one of the main events Vince McMahon has in mind for next year’s WrestleMania is Roman Reigns, with Paul Heyman in his corner, defending the WWE Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar.

Lesnar, who is currently a free agent, has remained in talks with WWE, with McMahon feeling confident he can get a deal done with Lesnar before WrestleMania 37.

Tony Khan, President of All Elite Wrestling, has been eager to make Lesnar an offer to jump ship to AEW. Lesnar’s asking price is believed to be $5 million a year for two matches per year, as well as a few promotional appearances in the lead up to those matches.

Khan, who has been evasive publicly when asked about Lesnar, is said to be in favor of meeting Lesnar’s demands. His father Shahid Khan, owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars as well as Flex-N-Gate and Fulham FC, has been tightening the purse strings on AEW the last several months and is against signing any big deals right now while revenue is being so heavily impacted by the inability to tour.

The younger Khan believes there is a very tight window to try to sign Lesnar before Lesnar and McMahon work out a new deal. Khan is said to be frustrated by his father’s meddling in what would be, by far, the biggest free agent signing in AEW history.


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