Brock Lesnar: Major update on The Beast's WWE immediate future

Brock Lesnar has not retired from WWE yet

Brock Lesnar is set to appear at WWE Crown Jewel on November 5, at least if reports are to be believed.

Lesnar was last seen on WWE TV at SummerSlam on July 30, but recent reports from Ringside News indicate that he’s preparing to return soon.

With Logan Paul v Roman Reigns already announced for the show, WWE is seemingly bringing in all of its top names for the event in Saudi Arabia.

When is Brock Lesnar returning to WWE?

After SummerSlam, some fans speculated that Brock Lesnar was retiring from WWE, but that was quickly put to bed when ‘The Beast’ was advertised for Day 1 on January 1, 2023.

However, Ringside News reports that we’re going to see the former WWE Champion a lot sooner than that, as Brock is booked for Crown Jewel on November 5.

Brock Lesnar is “working” the event.

As of right now, there’s no word on who WWE fans can expect to see Brock face at the show, but we know he almost definitely won’t be sharing the ring with either Logan Paul or Roman Reigns.

At a press conference in Las Vegas earlier this month, WWE announced that Reigns will defend his Undisputed Universal Championship against Paul in Saudia Arabia in November.

Brock Lesnar is one of WWE's best-ever stars
Brock Lesnar is one of WWE’s best-ever stars

Latest news on WWE Crown Jewel

As for other news heading into Crown Jewel, Logan v Roman is the only match that WWE has announced fo the show.

However, that’s to be expected, with over a month until the big show, and with Extreme Rules set to take place beforehand on October 8.

Once that Premium Live Event is in the books, Triple H will be fully focused on adding more matches to the card for Crown Jewel.

Interestingly enough, the same report that revealed that Brock will be at Crown Jewel also reported that Goldberg won’t be appearing at the show, despite rumours indicating otherwise.

For all the latest news surrounding Crown Jewel as the show draws closer, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport.

Brock Lesnar’s WWE salary

Back to Brock, as GiveMeSport recently published an article looking at Lesnar’s salaries in both the UFC and WWE, and it makes for some very interesting reading.

The piece, which you can read in full by clicking here, notes that Lesnar earns more in just five months of his WWE deal than he did for all eight of his UFC fights combined.

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