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MASSIVE WWE Superstar going on HIATUS following SummerSlam

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In a surprising turn of events at WWE SummerSlam 2023, Brock Lesnar will be taking a hiatus following his match against Cody Rhodes.

The stakes were high as each superstar had previously secured a victory over the other. The climax of the match saw Cody Rhodes delivering multiple Cross Rhodes, securing the win.

But what left the audience in awe was the unexpected gesture by Lesnar. Post-match, he extended his hand, shook Cody’s, and even raised his arm, marking a rare display of sportsmanship in an unplanned moment.

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WWE: Speculations Put to Rest

There was a buzz in the wrestling community that Brock Lesnar, also known as the Beast Incarnate, wouldn’t be taking a long break post-SummerSlam.

This belief was further cemented when he was scheduled to appear at WWE Fastlane on October 7th. However, recent revelations have put all speculations to rest.

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Lesnar’s Hiatus Confirmed

Dave Meltzer recently shared on Wrestling Observer Radio that Brock Lesnar is set to take a hiatus from WWE. The duration of this break? A significant four months.

This means that the WWE universe will have to wait for a while before witnessing the Beast Incarnate back in action.

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What’s Next for WWE?

With Brock Lesnar’s hiatus confirmed it opens up a plethora of opportunities for other Superstars to step up and fill the void.

The next few months will be crucial for WWE in terms of storyline development and pushing other talents to the forefront.

Fans will be eagerly waiting to see who rises to the occasion and becomes the next big thing in WWE.

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