Major WWE star making shock return for the SmackDown draft

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The WWE Draft is coming up next month and it is an exciting time for WWE fans.

We will finally find out which superstars are ending up on which roster and who the general managers will be for each of the brands.

The excitement will be ramped up even further now, with the news that one of the WWE's biggest superstars is going to be making an appearance at the July 19th event. That superstar? The one and only Brock Lesnar.


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According to a report from the Wrestling Observer, via Wrestling Inc, Lesnar is scheduled to appear at the first ever SmackDown Live.

Lesnar was originally supposed to return a few weeks later but the Brand Extension apparently changed those plans.

Interestingly, this date is only 10 days after Lesnar's fight against Mark Hunt at UFC 200 in Las Vegas. If the Beast Incarnate wins that fight then he comes back as an even bigger monster than before.

If he comes back following a loss to the New Zealander, the scene will be very different. Seeing how close it is to the fight, Lesnar could still be suffering from injuries accrued during the fight, potentially sporting a black eye or two while purporting to be the baddest guy in the WWE.

That will not go over well with the fans. Paul Heyman is going to have do to some serious promo work to try and get him back over again at the level he is.

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