Universal Champion Brock Lesnar, the Beast Returns to Raw Next Monday Night
Monday night Raw again gave its fans much drama and entertainment this time. From Roman Reigns defeating Bra Wyatt to Dean Ambrose attacking Elias Samson, there were so many interesting incidents that took place on Monday, the 5th of June. And that was not it, Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Sheamus defeated Heath Slater and Rhyno, Enzo Amore and Big Show defeated Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows. And how can we forget Samoa Joe defeating Seth Rollins. Speaking of Samoa Joe, the wrestler attacked the Beast’s advocate Paul Heyman this Monday. As an answer to this, Brock Lesnar will be returning to Monday night Raw next week.
Unleashing the Beast Incarnate
It is better you don’t mess with the beast. The player has wowed WWE enthusiasts by defeating WWE Superstars such as the Undertaker, Goldberg, the Rock, John Cena, the Streak, and many others. Brock Lesnar is known for his quick Suplex which is enough to make his opponents lose their vision. And when you intimidate The Beast Incarnate, you might get yourself in trouble. Same is applicable to the case of Samoa Joe. Joe might have been successful in defeating Seth Rollins but facing off the Anomaly might drag him into much trouble. By Attacking Lesnar’s advocate Paul Heyman in the Coquina Clutch on Monday night Raw, Joe has literally invited misfortune at his doorstep. Speaking of Lesnar, the Universal Champion will be returning to Raw, next Monday night where he’ll be picking up on Joe.
Who will have to Suffer?
Brock Lesnar has kept himself away from the Monday night Raw ever since he clinched the winning title of Universal Championship from superstar Goldberg at WrestleMania 33. The number 1 contender, the Samoan Submission Samoa Joe has threatened the Universal Champion making him return to the event. It seems that it was not a good idea for Joe to attack the beast’s advocate as he would have to give an answer to him the next week. It will be indeed quite interesting to see if Joe gives tough competition to Lesnar, otherwise the Beast will teach him the biggest lesson of his life.