At SummerSlam, Brock Lesnar and Cody Rhodes competed in their third match against one another, and Rhodes was successful in defeating Lesnar once again. Having said that, Lesnar wasn’t at his full strength by the time the match was over.
According to the latest issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Brock Lesnar suffered an injury not long after the start of his match against Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam. However, the specifics of his injury have not been made public at this time.
Lesnar, who was injured early in the match where he put over Cody Rhodes, was at one point advertised for stuff later this year. As of right now, he put Rhodes over clean, shook his hand, turned himself back babyface in doing so, and the plan is for him to return on the television building up the Royal Rumble and from there going to WrestleMania. Although I could see him returning for the November Saudi Arabia show even if today that isn’t the plan, or if there is an injury, he’s always there if they need a program.
The injury that Roman Reigns sustained was likely to his back or hip. This also occurred roughly five minutes into the contest at the same time. SummerSlam was obviously a significant night in which no one could predict what would go on next.
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It has been determined that Brock Lesnar will not appear at Payback. Having said that, he is going to take a lengthier vacation than usual this time around. He will return, and once he does, the likelihood is that he will be functioning at his full capacity.
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