Six days ahead of the advertised "Biggest fight of the summer," six days ahead of the second biggest PPV of the year for WWE, if there was a message that was loud & clear for the WWE universe, it was what is old is...never really that old!
Since his return to the WWE the night following WrestleMania 28 this past April, Brock Lesnar has already faced off with John Cena in a brutal match at Extreme Rules in April and will more than likely have a match with Triple H at SummerSlam.
Following the disappearance of Brock Lesnar from WWE television after Extreme Rules in April, the fans of the former UFC and WWE Champion have been wondering and waiting to see when Lesnar will return to the ring.
After not being seen since his attack on Triple H on Raw the night after Extreme Rules in April, Brock Lesnar has been MIA on WWE television with the exception of Paul Heyman representing him in his storyline contract dispute with the WWE.
With the rumors spreading about Brock Lesnar and Triple H battling at this year’s SummerSlam, the news has been been silent on who WWE Champion CM Punk will face at the WWE’s second-biggest event of the year outside of WrestleMania each April.
Following UFC 146 last month, the rumors of a potential return to the world of MMA for Brock Lesnar were kicked into high gear after a meeting between the UFC president, Dana White, and the former Heavyweight Champion.
After once again leaving the WWE like he said he would never do again, the plans for his return have been leaked by the Rock himself after not being seen on WWE television since his promo at the beginning of the post-WrestleMania Raw SuperShow.
With a disappointing Over the Limit pay-per-view last Sunday followed by an error filled episode of Raw SuperShow, the WWE are in desperate need of something to help their disappointing storylines as of late.
On the April 30 edition of Raw SuperShow, the WWE was riding high as they came off a great pay-per-view in Extreme Rules that saw John Cena win a bloody battle with Brock Lesnar in their Extreme Rules match.
In a move that shocked fans at Raw SuperShow last night in Greensboro and fans across the world, Paul Heyman returned to the WWE as Brock Lesnar’s legal advisor in which he said the former WWE and UFC Champion had quit the company and would never return
After telling Brock Lesnar that his new contract demands wouldn't be acknowledged on Raw SuperShow last week, Triple H joined John Cena after falling victim to the dangerous Kimura submission hold of Lesnar that ended up breaking the left arm of the Game
This past Monday on Raw SuperShow, Triple H was the latest victim of Brock Lesnar and his dangerous Kimura submission hold as the WWE reported that the Game’s left arm was broken following the attack at the top of the show.
As the chairman of the board and CEO of the WWE, it seems very reasonable that Vince McMahon will make his opinion known on things that go on in the company and making final decisions on big projects through out the year.
For the first time in a long time in a WWE pay-per-view match, we saw a superstar busted open as John Cena’s face and head was covered in blood during his match with Brock Lesnar at Extreme Rules last Sunday.
Since his debut in the company back in 2002, there has never been an opponent of John Cena like Brock Lesnar that completely dominated the former champion in the Extreme Rules match last night in Chicago.
A once promising World Wrestling Federation Star, Brock Lesnar dominated sports entertainment with his never ending shoulders and seemingly impossible muscle mass. But can he take a punch in real life?