There have been a lot of speculations about whether Brock Lesnar will be returning at the WWE Clash at the Castle after a blockbuster display at the Summerslam where he went up against Roman Reigns but would eventually end up on the losing side.
As WWE pushes the PPV harder than ever, it has so far been a major moot that when will Lesnar be returning. Here is a major catch. The stature that Lesnar has built over the years, stops him from being a part of the mid-table roster.
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This eventually cuts to the chase who can actually take on Brock when he returns. The options, being candid are pretty handful. However, as the poster of the Clash at the Castle was revealed by WWE didn’t have Lesnar on it and it pretty much gave away the fact that Tribal Chief is going on to take the Scottish Warrior in the main event action.
However, going by the latest adverts, Lesnar is already being pushed for the hard-hitting WWE Day 1 that is slated to be fought on 1st January, 2023. This means that Beast Incarnate will be taking a good deal of time to get himself back in the groove after an entertaining run where he featured on an insane rivalry with Roman Reigns, bringing out the beasts of the industry.
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As far as the contract of Lesnar goes, he is supposed to fight in 8-12 matches during his tenure with the industry. Given the fact, that WWE will be pushing him till Wrestlemania, this is a clear answer about why he is not going to be a part of dthis PPV.
The fans have stated that this is going to be Drew’s show as Clash at the Castle is going to be the biggest PPV that is held in UK in the last 30 years, and too many ingredients according to the industry will be spoiling the broth. Hence, Lesnar will be coming down the ramp in the later PPVs, and will be hoping to cook up another significant rivalry for the Universe to remember.