The former WWE Champion Brock Lesnar recently made a huge return on the latest edition of Friday Night SmackDown to confront the reigning Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns. He laid out all the members of The Bloodline with a series of brutal F-5s. It transpired after Reigns successfully defended his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Riddle. A WWE Hall of Fame recently pitched an idea that would help Lesnar. It seems that ‘The Beast’ is going to stay around for quite some time now.
WWE releases dates for few events featuring Brock Lesnar
Lesnar has been advertised for two upcoming episodes of WWE SmackDown in July on the 22 and the 29, in Boston and Atlanta, respectively. In addition to the SmackDown dates, Lesnar was also advertised for an upcoming episode of Monday Night RAW on July 11 in San Antonio.
“*Red siren emoji* ANNOUNCEMENT: For the first time in 4 years, 3x @WWE Universal Champion @BrockLesnar returns to Boston for #SmackDown at TD Garden on July 22! See The Beast Incarnate in action, get tickets now #WWEBoston #WWESmackdown,” TD Garden said in a tweet.
A photo of Brock with three women has also surfaced.
Brock Lesnar en costume ! 👀❤️ pic.twitter.com/9mdsZrKhQe
— Les Gaulois du Catch (@GauloisDuCatch) June 29, 2022
Reigns and Lesnar will once again go head to head at WWE SummerSlam Premium Live Event on Saturday, July 30. The multi-time World Champion Randy Orton is out of action with a back injury and it caused WWE to change their plans for the Trible Chief at SummerSlam.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter revealed that the decision to move forward with Reigns and Lesnar was taken for two primary reasons. One of the reasons was the injury of top stars like Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes. Another being that Lesnar was the only credible superstar they had left for a major match against Reigns.