In the latest installment of his Grilling JR, well-known WWE Hall of Famer, currently working on the AEW commentary table, Jim Ross, wanted to tell how Brock Lesnar went on a rampage when he learned of his pay for Wrestlemania 20, with the historic voice of the WWE who in fact told: "I remember, the pay for Wrestlemania 20, for him, was $ 250,000, just as it was for Goldberg.
I remember sitting in my office in Stamford when Vince's assistant told me 'Brock Lesnar is on the line, he wants to talk to Vince and Vince wants me to talk to you instead So this was the preparation for my conversation.
I picked up the phone and he was already upset because he thought we were cheating on his pay. After trying to convince Lesnar that his pay was exactly right with his colleagues, Lesnar insisted several times to talk to Vince, with JR who then continued his story, saying: I had no problem dealing with it.
He had heard her question You won't make more money than that, we think we paid you honestly! Thank God he was on the phone and he wasn't sitting in front of me, capable of taking me by the throat. It's a little intimidating.
We were a little afraid that he could come to this." The very first clash between Lesnar and Bill Goldberg arrived in the WWE rings, dates back to almost 20 years ago, when in the edition number 20 of Wrestlemania, the two collided in a match that has now become historic, with a special referee for the contention that was none other than Stone Cold Steve Austin.
After that juncture, the two athletes both left the company, with such a decision that it had already emerged online and had led WWE Universe fans to whistle loudly at the two athletes during their match at the Showcase of the Immortals, in one of the most anti-climatic matches.
of the recent and past history of the McMahon federation show show. In the end, this clash became a great classic even after both athletes returned to the scene with the WWE, with a long feud that saw Goldberg and Lesnar clash for some time on the federation square, even in the Arab rings of the various shows. of the last years.