Brock Lesnar's return to the WWE has been announced

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Despite failing two separate United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) drug tests, Brock Lesnar is making his return to the WWE.

It seems that the WWE are wilfully ignoring the fact that Lesnar has been caught cheating in the UFC and are welcoming him back to television with open arms.

This is after it was revealed on last night's edition of Monday Night Raw that Lesnar would be making an appearance at next week's iteration of the show.


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The WWE also put out a tweet from their official Twitter account to confirm the news, with a voiceover exclaiming that "The Beast is back." 

The WWE announced earlier this month that Lesnar will be facing Randy Orton at SummerSlam in a match that should be incredible. It is the first time the two future WWE Hall of Famers will face each other in the ring since 2002, in what was one of Orton's first matches in WWE.

We reported last week that Vince McMahon and the WWE would likely be doing nothing about Lesnar's failed drug tests, and it looks like we have been proved right, with the Lesnar-Orton feud still going ahead and no consequences coming Brock's way.

Orton actually made a comment about Lesnar's failed tests at Battleground, saying that there was "no enhancement needed" to him, unlike Lesnar.

So, despite the fact that Lesnar is likely to be handed a two-year ban from the UFC, the WWE have no problem with him. That talent wellness is sure being taken seriously. Sigh. 

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