The wrestling world has been buzzing with speculations about Brock Lesnar’s potential return to the WWE stage at Crown Jewel 2023. However, a recent report has cast shadows of doubt on these exciting rumors, leaving fans in suspense.
Brock’s Mysterious Hiatus
Brock Lesnar, a colossal presence in the world of wrestling, has been noticeably absent from WWE television ever since his loss to Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam 2023. This unforeseen setback has left fans yearning for his return and eagerly speculating on the timing.
The Crown Jewel in Question
Rumors have been running rampant on the internet, suggesting that “The Beast” might make a stunning return at WWE’s Crown Jewel 2023, scheduled to take place in Saudi Arabia on November 4. Yet, there is more to this story than meets the eye.
A Year of Intense Activity
Lesnar’s year in WWE has been nothing short of spectacular. From his unforgettable appearances in the Royal Rumble to numerous other Premium Live Events, he is consistently featured prominently on WWE’s marquee throughout the year. His remarkable career has seen him achieve the status of a ten-time World Champion.
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In an intense rivalry with Cody Rhodes, Lesnar displayed a moment of genuine respect at SummerSlam, raising his rival’s hand in what Triple H described as an ‘unscripted’ gesture, despite suffering a loss. This moment of sportsmanship has etched a lasting memory in the hearts of fans.
The Return Uncertainty
With Lesnar’s absence from WWE TV since SummerSlam, fans have been eagerly awaiting his comeback. Recent rumors of his potential appearance at Crown Jewel 2023 have further fueled the excitement.
Brock Lesnar in a Nutshell
For those who need a reminder, Brock Lesnar, known as “The Beast,” was born on July 12, 1977, making him 46 years old. He stands at an imposing 6ft 3″ and weighs 286 lbs. Over the years, he has been trained by renowned wrestling figures such as Brad Rheingans, Curt Hennig, Dean Malenko, Doug Basham, and Nightmare Danny Davis. His debut in wrestling took place on October 11, 2000, and he boasts an impressive wrestling record with 7 WWE Championships, 3 Universal Championships, the 2002 King of the Ring tournament victory, and wins in the 2019 Money in the Bank match, and the 2003 and 2022 Royal Rumble matches.
The Disheartening Update
Despite the initial wave of excitement surrounding Lesnar’s potential return at Crown Jewel, a recent report from Ringside News suggests that “The Beast” is set to remain off WWE TV screens. Triple H is reportedly not planning to include Lesnar in the lineup for the Crown Jewel show on November 4.
Considering the reports that emerged after his loss at SummerSlam, indicating Lesnar’s intention to take time off until the next year, it appears that we may have to wait until 2024 to witness the decorated star’s return to the wrestling stage.
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Crown Jewel’s Lineup
While the status of Brock Lesnar remains uncertain, the match card for Crown Jewel 2023 is taking shape. WWE has officially confirmed that Seth Rollins will defend his World Heavyweight Championship against Drew McIntyre, promising an epic showdown.
Moreover, Roman Reigns, who recently made his return to TV on SmackDown, is likely to defend his title at the Saudi Arabia event. Though AJ Styles and John Cena were once rumored to challenge Reigns, LA Knight is now emerging as a strong contender for a shot at the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.
In a recently announced match on Raw, Rhea Ripley will put her Women’s Championship on the line in a five-way battle, facing off against Zoey Stark, Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, and Raquel Rodriguez.
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Stay tuned for the latest updates on Brock Lesnar and WWE Crown Jewel 2023.