Just like the poster which was accidentally released early online suggested, the main event for this year’s SummerSlam was made official last night on RAW with John Cena defending the WWE World Heavyweight title against the returning Brock Lesnar.
Lesnar made his first WWE television appearance in over three months on the show and didn’t even say word, letting his friend and manager Paul Heyman do all the talking as he stood in the ring looking like a beast ready to attack.
This will be the second time that Lesnar and Cena will fight each other, with Cena coming out on top the first time around at the Extreme Rules 2012 pay-per-view. This was Lesnar’s first match back since 2004.
Other matches rumored for the SummerSlam pay-per-view include Roman Reigns taking on Randy Orton and Seth Rollins vs Dean Ambrose which was supposed to take place at the Battleground event but never made it on TV.