Brock Lesnar to return to the WWE on December 19 for live show

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Speculation has it that Brock Lesnar will be returning to the WWE on December 19 for a live event at the Forum in Los Angeles.

The report by Wrestling News also said that no matches are currently scheduled for the live event. However, because The Beast is returning, it is likely to be turned into a WWE Network live special.

The WWE is also advertising John Cena, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Sheamus, Bray Wyatt, Dolph Ziggler, Kevin Owens, Ryback, The Dudley Boys, The Miz, the WWE Divas, plus many more to appear at the event.


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It was predicted that Lesnar would return to the WWE around this time of the year so that he could take part in the Royal Rumble pay-per-view at the start of next year, and build towards his WrestleMania 32 program.

Some of his possible opponents for the biggest wrestling show on Earth include Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin, although the last one has been shot down several times by both parties. The opponent which, in my opinion, he has the most realistic chance of facing now is The Big Dog.

Reigns is being built to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at some point within the next six months. Lesnar has been known to only come back for big matches, like against The Undertaker, or title reigns. He could be the one who allows Reigns to pin him for the championship, to build him as the top competitor in the WWE.

The Beast could be the one to win the title off Rollins, if he is still holding it, at the Royal Rumble in January. Then, he would hold the championship before putting over Reigns at WrestleMania and handing the title over to him.

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