Brock Lesnar finally made his long-awaited return at SummerSlam, and according to the reports, he won’t be going anywhere till early next year.
Brock Lesnar surprisingly returned last week at WWE SummerSlam PPV. He came to the ring after Roman Reigns defeated John Cena in the main event. This appearance broke the 16-months long hiatus as he last appeared at WrestleMania 36 where he lost against Drew McIntyre.
Fightful Select reported the details about Brock Lesnar’s new WWE contract, and according to it, Lesnar will stay with the organization for roughly a year and a half, and he will fight at least eight matches. However, the terms of Lesnar’s new contract are still open and it might change even further with negotiations.
WWE confirmed that Brock Lesnar is now a babyface who will feud against the biggest heel of the blue brand Roman Reigns. The Beast Incarnate’s first match following his return will likely be for the Universal championship and his previous manager Paul Heyman will play a big part in this feud.
Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns are set to collide against each other at WWE Crown Jewel that will take place in October. However, WWE is yet to confirm whether WWE will appear at this upcoming PPV or not.