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When Brock Lesnar returned to WWE SmackDown to face Roman Reigns, he stunned the wrestling community. When can fans catch him live next?


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At WrestleMania 38, Reigns defeated Lesnar in a match that didn't quite measure up to the anticipation. WWE's plans for the championship unification haven't exactly gone as they had hoped, as Reigns was apparently supposed to compete and work more dates than he has in recent months. The Beast Incarnate had to return at SummerSlam because of injuries to important top performers like Cody Rhodes and Randy Orton.


Lesnar and Reigns were revealed to be in the SummerSlam main event after making a surprise appearance on Friday Night SmackDown on June 17. It won't be a regular fight either. The first-ever Last Man Standing contest between two of WWE's top performers is slated to take place.

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During the lead-up to the Biggest Party of the Summer, Lesnar's fans might be wondering when and where they would be able to see him. Cards are always subject to change, but as of right now, Lesnar is being promoted for the July 29 SmackDown episode in Atlanta's @StateFarmArena.


In Boston, @tdgarden is promoting Lesnar's presence on July 22 while @attcenter tweeted that Lesnar will appear on the July 11 edition of Monday Night Raw. On July 30, SummerSlam is scheduled to start at Nashville's Nissan Stadium.

Lesnar won't be on the July 1 broadcast of SmackDown, the July 8 program broadcasting from Fort Worth, Texas, or the July 15 episode from Orlando, barring any more surprise appearances—which are very possible. In the upcoming weeks, it will be intriguing to see how Reigns and Lesnar construct this encounter. I already defeated you, Roman was heard mouthing as Lesnar approached the ring. Similar comments were made by fans online, who agreed that it seemed premature to bring back the WrestleMania main event. Orton was meant to be in this position, but a back issue may prevent him from competing in 2022. Rhodes would have likely earned the Money In The Bank contract, which would have let him to interfere in a SummerSlam bout, but he is also injured. There are worse audible calls they could have made in terms of drawing power since Lesnar is about as bankable a star as WWE has. It's hardly the most original method, but there's a good reason why feuds are a mainstay.


Souces: @StateFarmArena - @tdgarden - @attcenter

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