Brock Lesnar returned to the action in WWE live event held last night in Chicago, Illinois. It was the first time that “The Beast” appeared in public after not having appeared in the last episode of Monday Night Raw when it had been announced before. His opponent was Kane and he beat him in 30 seconds by the count of three after applying the F5.
This, far from causing the amazement of those present triggered a series of boos by the public. It is stipulated that Brock Lesnar has a maximum of 5 minutes of action in the ring at live event per clause but 30 seconds was too little for a public so used to watching WWE. The anger continued in social networks where a large number of accounts showed their rejection.
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Apparently, these types of reactions are part of WWE’s plans. Brock Lesnar is still negotiating with the company to renew his contract and from what we have seen during the last weeks. it is possible that he will return to the UFC although that remains a mystery. That the public perceives these actions of Lesnar as something negative is something that will benefit Roman Reigns at least as support in their fight for the Universal title at Wrestlemania 34. WWE is well aware that it can take advantage of this situation and will continue it stretching until the day of the event.