The beast incarnate Brock Lesnar was last seen at the grandest stage of Wrestlemania 32 where he was against the lunatic Fringe Dean Ambrose in a street fight which did not live up to the mark. The reason being the beast incarnate not being in the full form was because of WWE barring Ambrose taking themselves to the limit due to the concussions. Lesnar fans surely were disappointed after the night.
We have to wait a while though to see the WWE’s marquee attraction again inside the ring. Wrestling observer newsletter reports that Brock Lesnar will first appear at a live event in Honolulu, Hawaii on June 29th.
Though, nothing has been yet confirmed by WWE’s official website or the venue, Blaisdell Arena. The venue’s website mentions Roman Reigns, AJ Styles, Chris Jericho, Bray Wyatt, Kevin Owens and many others in the roster. It also includes the latest NXT sensations Shinsuke Nakamura and WWE NXT Women’s Champion Asuka. If Lesnar does really appear at the event it will be his first appearance at Hawaii as pro-wrestler or an MMA fighter.
Cagesideseats.com previously reported that WWE is planning to push Brock Lesnar into the title picture scene once again and he will have his rematch against Roman Reigns at this year’s Summerslam event. They have squared off against each other at Wrestlemania 31. Brock Lesnar himself opened up to AP about the cut-down in the number of appearances and revealed that a future Championship reign may wait for him in near future in which he will have just like a previous run i.e. just a few appearances with a part-time role in the pay-per-views.