Paul Heyman returns to RAW to address the Big Show vs Brock Lesnar

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Brock Lesnar's presence or absence from the WWE leaves a massive impact on the roster, PPVs and the fans.

The Beast Incarnate certainly casts a big shadow over the rest of the locker room and is certainly worth the high price the WWE paid for him to sign a new contract prior to WrestleMania.

The return of the beast

This coming Saturday night will once again provide a WWE Network special which has been built around the return of Brock Lesnar.


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Much like his Beast in the East special, Lesnar is the headline name but this time at an event being held in New York City.

In his first performance at Madison Square Garden in 10 years, Lesnar will take on an old foe in the Big Show.

The match prompted the return of one of the WWE's and Lesnar's biggest assets, Paul Heyman who is a well known advocate of the Beast.

He came out tonight to hype up Lesnar's match with the Big Show on Saturday night but he would soon be confronted by an angry giant.

The two reviewed some of the history behind the rivalry of Lesnar and Big Show but funnily enough never touched on arguably their biggest moment.

During their clash for the WWE Championship at Survivor Series in 2002, it was in fact Paul Heyman who betrayed Lesnar and helped the Big Show earn the victory.

Whatever should happen on Saturday night, the two will have to do something very special to top their biggest moment...

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