Brock Lesnar set for Raw return tonight

Are you ready for the beast? What was scheduled for a return next week, the former WWE World Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar is already in Cleveland, Ohio, the site of tonight’s Monday Night Raw according to PWInsider.com.

A few days ago the Wrestling Observer reported that Lesnar’s return is being bumped up by a week and now Lesnar is ready to return on television after being “suspended” by Stephanie McMahon the night after WrestleMania for causing, well, total mayhem.

The last time Lesnar was on Raw, he wanted his WWE title re-match against Seth Rollins, but Rollins ran away, leaving Lesnar to wipe out the whole Raw commentary team and the camera man. Lesnar has not wrestled on Raw since 2004.

With today’s appearance, Lesnar is scheduled to make at least eight other live televised appearances leading up to SummerSlam which would make it one of his longest runs since his return.

Paul Heyman stated on the Steve Austin podcast a couple of weeks ago that Lesnar is having a lot of fun lately so the increased television appearances might be a true indication of that.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


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