By: Nikhil Chauhan
Ealier, there were rumors of Brock Lesnar's retirement from WWE following Vince McMahon's decision to retire. Many felt that it would be after SummerSlam.
Brock Lesnar engaged in a brutal back and forth against Roman Reigns in a Last Man Standing match at SummerSlam earlier this weekend.
Roman Reigns stood tall against Brock Lesnar in what was a truly captivating match-up between both the superstars.
It was Brock Lesnar's first Last Man Standing match of his entire career, and fans were of the idea that the Beast Incarnate will bid farewell to WWE after the event.
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Brock Lesnar had walked out of the WWE after news of Vince McMahon's retirement did round at WWE backstage, igniting more rumors.
However, the latest on Brock Lesnar suggest he is not retiring anytime soon. At least not in 2022, according to a latest advertisement.
Brock Lesnar is being advertised as a marquee name for WWE Day 1 on Jan 1, 2023 inside Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.
Brock Lesnar is still a huge name in the world of professional wrestling, and despite the many losses in the past few years, his stock has not taken a backseat.
Edge brings back the old moniker at SummerSlam in huge WWE return to take his revenge from the Judgment Day.