In recent weeks Brock Lesnar is undoubtedly one of WWE's leading wrestlers. The Beast Incarnate made its return to SummerSlam Pay Per View showing itself, after more than a year and a half of absence from the company, at the end of the meeting between Roman Reigns and John Cena and launching an important challenge against the Tribal Chief and Universal Championship WWE.
The storyline between the two has passionate and is destined to excite fans of the WWE Universe, curious to understand the evolution of their battle and the role in this regard of Paul Heyman, advisor to the Tribal Chief and former manager of Lesnar.
Over the weeks the WWE has given several clues regarding a possible role for Heyman, but at the moment it did not seem to be definitively unbalanced. After a long wait, the two clashed in the Pay per View held last week in Saudi Arabia at Crown Jewel 2021.
Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar gave birth to the delight of Arab fans and not to a great match where the result appeared in the balance until the end. Once again, however, Roman Reigns prevailed, with a not very clean result.
The Tribal Chief prevailed thanks to the intervention, in a No Disqualification Match, of Jimmy and Jey Uso, who again rescued their beloved cousin and 'boss' Adam Pearce has finally broken his silence after Brock Lesnar brutally attacked him on last week's episode of WWE SmackDown.
Adam Pearce on Brock Lesnar's attack
In the course of the last episode of SmackDown Brock Lesnar returned to the scene again, infuriated by what had happened. Brock Lesnar tried to have 'revenge' but then unleashed his fury against the Usos and some members of the roster.
After that he was suspended by WWE Officer Adam Pearce who was not lucky: The Beast's reaction was achieved by two F5s against Pearce, literally torn to pieces. In the last few hours Adam Pearce wanted to respond to Lesnar's physical message through a social post where he also made it clear that he was still fine: "Suspended indefinitely", then closing with "Bend but don't break.
It took the collective might of Roman Reigns and The Usos to put Brock Lesnar down at Crown Jewel. As a result of his cousins' interference, Reigns was able to pin Lesnar and retain his title. Brock Lesnar was subsequently seen smiling as he left the arena on October 21. That being said, he made it clear that he was going to punish Reigns on SmackDown.