WWE: Brock Lesnar to make WWE return next month

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Brock Lesnar is easily the biggest star in the WWE right now, but hasn't been seen since the Raw after WrestleMania.

As we all know, Lesnar is only on a part-time contract and the WWE have to come up with some creative ways that the 'Beast Incarnate' can be off TV for long periods of time in order to not use up his scheduled appearances in meaningless Raw's and sub-par PPV's like Payback.

This time, Vince McMahon, Triple H and co chose to have Lesnar go absolutely mental on that Raw after Mania and attack a cameraman when Seth Rollins refused to give him a rematch. Stephanie McMahon suspended Lesnar and he hasn't been seen since. Until now.

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June Return

It's been exactly two months since Brock Lesnar has been on WWE TV and it seems that his return is imminent.

According to a report from Wrestling Inc, the official Twitter account of the Bankers Life Fieldhouse announced Thursday morning that Brock Lesnar will appear at the venue when Raw takes place in Indianapolis on June 22nd.

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So when will Lesnar actually be coming back? Elimination Chamber is this weekend, but that looks far too early for Lesnar to return and with it only being televised on the WWE Network, is surely not a grand enough stage. Unless the WWE use it as a push to get new viewers that is. 

Looking ahead to the Pay-Per-View calendar, we see that Money In The Bank is down to take place on the 14th of June, a week before the Raw show that Lesnar is being touted for in Indy. A return there, interrupting the main event would be incredible and provide a good way for Lesnar to force himself into that title contention straight away.

Ever since Bankers Life Fieldhouse announced Lesnar would be appearing, several more venues revealed that Lesnar would be in attendance at their shows too. Raw tapings in Chicago and Atlanta, plus the WWE Battleground pay-per-view have all confirmed Lesnar will be appearing.

All these events take place in July, which will prove as the lead up to SummerSlam, the WWE's second biggest PPV of the year behind WrestleMania.


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