WWE announce Brock Lesnar for live event in December

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Brock Lesnar making an appearance at an event is a rarity these days, and that's probably why WWE like to announce when you have the opportunity to see him.

Monday Night Raw always try to promote Lesnar's appearance on a show weeks before he actually does turn up, and WWE have done so once again regarding his next appearance in the aftermath of Survivor Series.

We all know that The Beast will feature a lot more frequently over the next few weeks, with Goldberg waiting for him at next month's pay-per-view, but WWE have already announced when Lesnar will be in action following the event.


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WWE have announced that The Beast Incarnate will be heading to Mexico City for a house show, which takes place December 3.

Although it hasn't been revealed as of yet who Lesnar will be facing, just the fact that he will be there is a certain way of selling out tickets for the live event.

WWE's statement read: "Brock Lesnar heading to Mexico City for Dec. 3 Live Even.

"Mexico City becomes Suplex City This December! WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar will Step into the ring at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City, Saturday, Dec. 3 for a thrilling WWE Live Event. The show starts at 8 p.m. local time.

"With this Live Event marking Lesnar’s first in Mexico with WWE, what will The Beast Incarnate have in store for the Mexico City crowd, or whomever his opponent is that night? Get your tickets now to see Lesnar in action.

"The WWE Live Mexico Tour, in Mexico City Dec. 3 and Monterrey Sunday, Dec. 4, is presented by Gowin."

This will be Lesnar's third live show in recent months, as he faced off against Kofi Kingston earlier in the year during their Far East tour, and then had a SummerSlam rematch with Randy Orton just a couple of months ago.

The reason for Lesnar doing live shows is because it's cheaper for WWE, so it wouldn't be a surprise if more appearances from The Beast come at house shows.

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