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Brock Lesnar Walks Out At RAW, AJ Lee Shoots On Stephanie, Vince Responds To Divas

Brock Lesnar and WWE relationship breaks down?

Brock Lesnar whose WWE contract expires shortly after Wrestlemania, walked out during Monday’s RAW over some kind of disagreement. He was advertised locally to appear but had stormed off before the end of the show.

It’s not believed that he has any problem working with Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania – at this stage he usually does what’s required, so long as it meets his agreed contractual terms.

The obvious speculation is that the walk out has something to do with WWE’s renewal offer.

Lesnar’s next RAW appearance is the 3/9 taping in Pittsburgh, PA.

AJ Lee Calls Stephanie A Hypocrite

AJ Lee is one of the stars to jump on the #GiveDivasAChance social media campaign. She quite scathingly targeted Stephanie McMahon who recently re-Tweeted Patricia Arquette’s Oscars speech about women deserving equal pay and how they should use their voice.

Clearly caught out, Stephanie replied with some PR speak:

Even Vince McMahon got in on the action, suggesting they do not want a feminist shit storm:

AJ Lee is currently out resting up a nagging neck injury.

WWE Diva Paige explained to Turnbuckle Weekly that she believes the Divas deserve more time to put on good matches:

If we get given the time (on the main roster)… a lot of us could be better than the guys, I feel like, if we get given the time. The guys get all the time to showcase what they can do. So, of course people say ‘the guys are better than the girls.’ We do a couple minutes and that’s it. We don’t really get to showcase what we do…In NXT you do. I feel like a lot of people tune into NXT just to watch the women because they literally kick ass. They have all this time and they’re just incredible.

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