WWE 2K24 is out in March 2024 but Brock Lesnar won’t be featured on the cover of the Forty Years of WrestleMania edition anymore.
Vince McMahon has been accused of sex trafficking and sexual assault in a sickening new lawsuit filed by a former WWE employee. The lawsuit has rocked the company with Vince McMahon resigning from TKO’s Board as a result but vowing to fight to clear his name.
The lawsuit has also been filed against WWE itself and former Head of Talent Relations but plenty more allegations contained in it have implicated others in the company. One of those is Brock Lesnar who is accused of having contact with the former employee in question. The allegation is Vince McMahon attempted to use the employee in a sexual capacity in contract negotiations with Lesnar. Lesnar is not named in the lawsuit and has not commented publicly on anything to do with it.
One consequence the lawsuit has had already is Brock Lesnar was pulled from appearing at the Royal Rumble and there are currently no creative plans for the former WWE Champion to return.
Brock Lesnar Removed From WWE 2K24 Cover
Now WWE has pulled Lesnar off the front of the Forty Years of WrestleMania edition of the new 2K24 video game. Lesnar was previously featured prominently alongside The Undertaker and The Rock but Lesnar has now been replaced by his old rival John Cena. Both versions of the cover can be seen below.
Brock Lesnar has already been pulled from another WWE video game as his future with the company hangs in the balance.