Brock Lesnar remains the top attraction of the WWE roster no matter what. Despite his recent losses against Roman Reigns, there have been no changes in his status, whatsoever. 2022 has been an eventful year for him as he’s done a lot since coming back to the company in the summer of 2021.
At a glance, Brock Lesnar has achieved the following things so far this year,
– Won the WWE Championship twice.
– Won the Royal Rumble match for the 2nd time in his career.
– Competed in his 1st ever Elimination Chamber match and won it.
– Main evented WrestleMania.
– Main evented SummerSlam (the most by any WWE Superstar).
– Competed in his 1st ever Last Man Standing match.
Following Summerslam 2022, there have been some speculations about Brock Lesnar possibly announcing retirement from in-ring competition but there’s no truth to the story. Rather, he’s scheduled to feature in a big match at the next Saudi Arabia premium live event set, two months from now.
Brock Lesnar may his Royal Rumble opponent in a rematch
According to Xero News, WWE Officials have been talking about conducting a rematch between Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley at the Crown Jewel 2022 premium live event in Saudi Arabia on November 5th. Without a doubt, The Conqueror has been a marquee name for WWE’s Saudi shows and he worked all of them. The next one shouldn’t be an exception.
Bobby Lashley and Brock Lesnar squared off in a singles contest, earlier this year at the Royal Rumble, where The All Mighty defeated The Beast Incarnate to win the WWE Championship. It wasn’t a clean pin-fall victory for Lashley as Roman Reigns interfered in the match and cost Lesnar the Title by hitting him into the head with the championship belt.
Brock Lesnar was last seen in the WWE when he challenged Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at Summerslam 2022. Unfortunately, he came up short after interferences from The Usos and it was Roman who walked out with the dual gold that night. There’s no confirmed update available on when the former champion might return to WWE.
As of this writing, Brock Lesnar is booked for the WWE Day 1 PLE set for January 1 of 2023, and then in the Wrestlemania 39 from Hollywood, California.