Ever since his debut in 2002, Brock Lesnar's presence in the WWE has been like a hurricane - always leaving a trail behind it.
Lesnar has dominated almost every aspect of WWE imaginable including being the man to end the Undertaker's undefeated streak at WrestleMania.
Lesnar won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Summer Slam last year after the most dominant performance in a title match ever.
His title reign came to an end at WrestleMania XXXI last month when Seth Rollins cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase to take his championship.
The night after Mania however, Lesnar was on the warpath and was desperate to get his hands on the new champion, but his frustrations led to his own downfall.
When Rollins had promised him his title rematch only to turn away at the last second, Lesnar completely lost it and many people paid the price.
Lesnar attacked J&J Security, Michael Cole and the rest of the announce team and even a cameraman suffered two F5s.
This led to Stephanie McMahon suspending the Beast Incarnate and the WWE Universe wondering when they would see him return.
Well now the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has noted that the current plan is to bring Paul Heyman and his client back to the WWE in July.
If the former champion is to return in July, could Battleground prove to be the stage on which he will come back?
When Lesnar returns, it will surely be with a bang and the question becomes, who will be his first target?
Undoubtedly, Seth Rollins has angered the beast but there are surely going to be two more title defenses in store for Rollins before July.
If Rollins is no longer champion, will the best hold a grudge or chase the championship which he is still owed a rematch for.
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