Brock Lesnar, known to fans as ‘The Beast Incarnate,’ enjoys a very part-time schedule with WWE, but his infrequent appearances only seem to ramp up the excitement among the fan base’‹.
His compelling presence and raw power draw crowds to events, making his appearances a profitable investment for the WWE.
Despite the sporadic nature of his performances, a few special appearances are slated for the upcoming months, acting as a magnet to attract viewers’‹.Read More: Here’s why WWE is WORRIED about AEW!
The Anticipation of Lesnar’s Next Match
Although there are no official announcements yet, there’s a buzz about a potential match involving Lesnar.
The last time we heard about him, WWE was in the process of supposedly planning a unique gimmick match for him and Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam.
This proposed match has created a wave of anticipation among fans, who eagerly wait for more official updates from the WWE’‹.
Updated Schedule: Upcoming Appearances
The WWE recently provided an updated schedule for Brock Lesnar, offering fans a glimpse into his future appearances. These upcoming events present an exciting opportunity for fans to witness ‘The Beast’ in action’‹:
- July 3: Baltimore, MD at the CFG Bank Arena
- July 17: Atlanta, GA at the State Farm Arena
- July 31: Houston, TX at the Toyota Center’‹’‹
Brock Lesnar and Cody Rhodes: An Ongoing Rivalry?
Adding to the intrigue, Cody Rhodes is scheduled to wrestle Dominik Mysterio at the July 1st Money in the Bank premium live event.
The interplay between Lesnar and Rhodes suggests their rivalry is far from over, further stoking fans’ interest in Lesnar’s future appearances. The dynamic between these two wrestling powerhouses will surely be a spectacle to watch’‹.
The Future of Lesnar’s WWE Journey
Despite the current schedule, it’s worth noting that there’s a high likelihood of further dates being added. Lesnar’s appeal is undeniable ’“ he captures attention whenever he shows up, making him a valuable asset for the WWE.
As a result, fans can expect more of Lesnar in the months to come, although the specifics are yet to be disclosed’‹.