WWE Rumor Mill: Details on contract expirations of several WWE Superstars revealed
What’s the story?
As reported by Fightful, the contract expiration dates of several current WWE Superstars have possibly been revealed.
Apparently, the list of Superstars whose contract expiration dates have been noted, includes the likes of Paige, Stephanie McMahon, Brock Lesnar and many more.
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In case you didn’t know…
The WWE is widely regarded as one of the biggest sports-entertainment organizations in the world—a company that’s highly-respected for its growth and visionary approach displayed time and again by head honcho Vince McMahon.
The WWE employs several notable professional wrestling personalities on a contract basis; with said contracts varying from full-time to part-time in nature—as the biggest names in the business are generally known to bag lucrative contracts with the sports-entertainment organization.
The heart of the matter
Backstage details on the contracts of Brock Lesnar, Mauro Ranallo, Daniel Bryan, Kevin Owens, Big Show, Paige, Mandy Rose, The Miz, Stephanie McMahon, and Mojo Rawley have now been revealed—which in turn has set the professional wrestling community abuzz regarding the same.
Below is a comprehensive list of the aforementioned WWE performers’ contract expiration dates—
Brock Lesnar: August 2018
Mauro Ranallo: June 2019
Daniel Bryan: September 1, 2018
Kevin Owens: April 2023 (minimum; has signed 5-year deal in 2018)
Big Show: Spring 2021
Mandy Rose: Late 2020
The Miz: 2022
Stephanie McMahon - October 7, 2019 (as an on-screen talent)
Mojo Rawley- 2020
Furthermore, if one is to believe the rumblings in the professional wrestling rumor mill, every aforementioned talent, except Brock Lesnar and Daniel Bryan are likely to continue working with WWE for the foreseeable future.
The belief is that Brock Lesnar may return to the sport of MMA, and compete inside the UFC’s famed Octagon either in December of this year on the UFC’s New Year’s Eve card or in early-2019.
On the other hand, Daniel Bryan is yet to sign a new WWE contract with his current deal set to expire over the next few months.
Fans can expect further clarity on Lesnar and Bryan’s respective futures with WWE in the days to come.
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