What is Brock Lesnar's record in WWE?
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 4038
Brock Lesnar can undoubtedly be counted among the most dominant superstars to ever step foot in the WWE ring. The 'Beast' made its debut back in 2002, highlighting uncommon qualities and the stuff of a great champion right from the start.
During his exceptional WWE career, Lesnar took part in 411 fights. His overall balance is 298 wins compared to 105 defeats. Eight matches did not have a definitive outcome. 'The Beast Incarnate' also featured some memorable moments in recent WWE history.
Two of them come to mind in particular: the claim on The Rock a few months after its debut and the victory that interrupted The Undertaker's legendary 'Streak' at WrestleMania in 2014. Coming to the present, Brock has made his return to the segment conclusive of SummerSlam last August 21st.
The former Universal Champion has challenged Roman Reigns and the showdown between the two is likely to take place at Crown Jewel or the Survivor Series.
Brock Lesnar returned to WWE at SummerSlam
During a recent interview with Wrestling INC., WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle spoke at length about the resounding return of Brock Lesnar.
“He always represents a huge attraction at the box office, there is no doubt about it. His return has certainly mitigated the hype that had been created around CM Punk's debut in All Elite Wrestling. We must not forget the rumors about the possible arrival of Daniel Bryan in AEW.
We are talking about two illustrious names in the wrestling business. I think WWE used Brock Lesnar in order to limit the damage. At the same time, I don't think CM Punk and Daniel Bryan will influence Vince McMahon's choices that much.
Both would never return to WWE, so the management had already put their souls in peace. What do I think of CM Punk? He is a fantastic character who has had an incredible impact on professional wrestling." Brock Lesnar returned to WWE at SummerSlam and stepped inside the ring with the Tribal Chief.
Following an intense staredown between the two, Reigns exited the ring with his WWE Universal Championship as Lesnar looked on from inside the ring. Although Lesnar hasn't appeared on WWE TV since he has been heavily discussed and referenced on episodes of SmackDown following SummerSlam.
It all points towards a very possible match between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar. WWE will host SmackDown next week at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York City. The show is titled Super SmackDown and the majority of the stacked card has already been announced. The show will also mark Brock Lesnar's first appearance on the Blue Brand in almost two years.