Brock Lesnar was least seen in WWE when he defeated Dean Ambrose at this year's WrestleMania in what was considered by all accounts to be a below par match from The Beast Incarnate.
Since then it has been announced that Brock Lesnar will make his return to UFC on July 9th when he faces Mark Hunt at UFC 200. This is said to be a one off appearance and Lesnar will then return to WWE in just seven weeks time at the Biggest Party of the Summer.
With WWE's announced brand split set to take place in just three weeks time it will be interesting to see who Brock ends up fighting at one of the biggest events of the year, although according to many sources, it could be between just three men.
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The leader of The Wyatt Family made his return along with his counterparts last week on Raw and looks as though he could be heading towards a Tag Team Championship match at Battleground before stepping up to the bigger task of facing The Beast Incarnate at SummerSlam.
Bray has been out of action for the past few months and if recent pictures are to be believed then he has spent the time working out and toning up which means he is obviously heading towards a big push. Bray and Brock had a story line heading out of the Royal Rumble earlier this year, before Vince McMahon decided that he would prefer to see Lesnar vs Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania.
Bray and Brock have history and it would be easy for WWE to pick up where they left off, but if they have any hope of Bray being World Champion then it wouldn't make much sense for him to face him merely weeks after a UFC battle. It's obvious that Brock will once again dominate this match and it's unfair to Bray for him to be used in that way.
The Viper has been AWOL from WWE for so long now that many fans are convinced that he may never return. Randy had successful shoulder surgery a few months ago and was even in Texas ahead of this year's WrestleMania, but it seems WWE are still awaiting the perfect moment for The Apex Predator to make his return.
Orton and Lesnar don't actually have any recent history between them, but it seems this match has been one on the cards for a while, with Orton looking to make a big WWE return and Lesnar coming off the back of what could be a huge UFC win, this could be the perfect match for both men.
Kevin Owens stated in an interview ahead of this year's WrestleMania that he would love to face Brock Lesnar and the prospect of the promo's leading up to the fight between Paul Heyman and Owens could just be mouth watering enough for WWE to actually consider this match.
This is quite obviously a dream match between two current heavyweight's in WWE, the only issue is the fact that if Brock Lesnar steam rolls over Owens then it pushes him out of the title picture and sees Owens become just another victim in his path.
All three men would put on main event worthy performances against someone of Brock's standard but now thankfully it's WWE that have the headache of deciding who deserves the match more.
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