By now you may have heard the reports circulating online concerning Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman possibly being in talks with WWE for a non-televised return to the company, for some sort of business deal. Nothing is at all confirmed, but one could speculate it may be related to a DVD release on Lesnar in the near future.
We know for sure WWE earlier this year had a Brock Lesnar DVD listed on their Home Video schedule as a possibility for November 2011. They also included this idea on a recent survey sent out to fans for feedback on future WWE DVD titles. Whilst it sounds far-fetched given Brock’s ties to UFC, WWE have definitely been considering producing this project for some time.
Randy Orton was recently on 98 KUPD radio (yes, the interview in which he made disparaging comments about Kelly Kelly and trashed The Rock), where amongst other topics he talked about his upcoming “Evolution of a Predator” DVD for September.
Orton referred to the documentary on the DVD as very hard hitting in regards to his personal life, openly discussing on there the bad choices he’s made in the past. For example Orton said he reveals on the DVD a drug related incident when he was 26 (only 5 years ago), where he actually stopped breathing and almost died. He says he put his wife through a scary time with it all, and that she ultimately saved his life.
In the documentary his wife can be seen crying when recalling the moment. Orton feels his family members will be very emotional when watching parts of it, and by doing the DVD it was a good way to get tough experiences off his chest. You can listen to the full radio piece at: