Since his return to WWE Brock Lesnar is undoubtedly one of the fundamental stars for the Stamford-based company and especially for the Friday Night Smackdown roster. The wrestler is holding an exciting battle and storyline with current Tribal Chief and WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
The two have already competed in Crown Jewel's Pay Per View in Saudi Arabia and the current champion has prevailed, thanks to the help of his faithful cousins and Bloodline members Jey and Jimmy Uso. The evening after Crown Jewel Brock Lesnar unleashed his anger at Smackdown and attacked several of the WWE officials one by one.
Because of this WWE official Adam Pearce suspended the wrestler and fined him a hefty one million dollar fine (storyline of course). In the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown, we saw a new and curious segment involving Adam Pearce and The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar.
New details on Adam Pearce
The latter covertly threatened Pearce with a nice curtain: the two saw each other backstage and claimed to have hunted a giant moose recently and to have hung the moose's head in his office, then concluded by stating that he called that one 'moose Pearce.
Chills in the background for the WWE Officer who did not let himself be intimidated about this thing and indeed said on social media that he was interested in a match tweeting: "When will we have our match ?, tagging Brock Lesnar" There was no social response from Lesnar but to comment on the curious social curtain was a surprise Paul Heyman, at this point adviser to Roman Reigns and again Brock's lawyer (a situation still to be clarified).
WWE's Mad Genius responded in kind to Pearce and released the following tweets: "I don't support Brock Lesnar's stance on Adam Pearce, but instead appreciate the concept of his moose named Pearce as a hunting trophy.
Pearce wants to fight? He can challenge The Beast whenever he wants." In late 2014, Adam Pearce worked as a producer on WWE NXT TakeOver: R Evolution. In doing so, Pearce became the first unsigned Independent Contractor to produce live WWE programming.
In May 2015, Pearce signed up on a full-time basis with WWE as a trainer at the WWE Performance Center and as a producer for NXT. Since then, he has been promoted to the main roster and currently works on both RAW and SmackDown.
In recent weeks, Adam Pearce has once again been physically involved in WWE programming. On an episode of SmackDown, Pearce was attacked by Brock Lesnar after he suspended The Beast Incarnate for his actions outside the ring.