Watch: Lesnar returns at WWE house show and destroys Rusev with F5

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Brock Lesnar remains one of the biggest draws in the WWE but, as is the situation with his part-time status, the WWE Universe don't get to see the Beast Incarnate on a week-to-week basis. 

So whenever Lesnar takes his place in the WWE arena it always draws interest. As such, his return and appearance at a house show in Los Angeles on Saturday night has pricked everyone's attention.

And, judging by reports (and below video footage) of his performance against Alberto Del Rio and Rusev at LA's Forum venue, the former UFC star didn't disappoint. 


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In a match that saw Lesnar take on Del Rio for the US title, Lesnar was his dominant self early on - hitting the Latino star with three German suplexes.

It was only after Del Rio's League of Nations teammate Rusev got involved, however, that WWE fans were able to see Lesnar do what he does best - lay out his opponents with his signature F5 move.

After Rusev's involvement, the match was ended in a DQ and Del Rio retaining his title, but it certainly looks like The Beast is primed for his approaching return to WWE TV.

Fighting fit

That comeback is expected to be on January 8, however there is some speculation that it could come as early as Monday night's Slammy Awards on RAW.

Despite not being in action for several weeks now, it certainly looks like the WWE can rely on the monster Superstar to hit the ground running when the cameras turn his way.

WWE fans: Who should Lesnar's next feud be with in 2016? Have your say in the comments below...

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