In the last installment of Friday Night Smackdown, we saw Brock Lesnar unleash all his fury against Roman Reigns and the Bloodline, after the defeat suffered against the WWE Universal champion and then also against the entire federation crew.
In the last episode of the Friday night show in which he participated, just a few weeks ago, Lesnar had in fact gone to lash out at several road agents and arbitrators of the company, eventually being suspended indefinitely by Adam Pearce, due to the seriousness of his actions against company officials.
All of this, of course, was needed by the WWE to keep its former world champion out, with Lesnar only having a set number of dates to use throughout the year, thanks to his particular deal signed with Vince McMahon. At the moment, WWE is building the Survivor Series ppv, which Lesnar is not expected to attend, but there is an event shortly after the Series, which Lesnar will be attending with certainty, albeit in a role never seen before for him, which is as a fan, in the paying audience.
Backstage News on Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar is all set to return to SmackDown on the December 10th episode in Los Angeles. The Twitter account of Staples Center revealed that Brock Lesnar has 'vowed' to buy a ticket to the show and be there.
Considering Lesnar is currently suspended from WWE, buying a ticket is his only option to make it. According to an update of the official profile of the Staples Center in Los Angeles, already home to numerous episodes and ppv of the McMahon company in the past, Lesnar will be present in the audience of the Friday Night Smackdown episode on December 10th.
To sell more tickets for the event, the LA arena is advertising this thing, which obviously was released by the WWE for advertising and above all to continue the storyline between the two big names of the blue show: Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar.
Obviously, Brock Lesnar will be in the audience to keep his enemy, Roman Reigns, current WWE Universal Champion under good control, with their feud that will most likely reach up to the Rumble or even up to the next edition of Wrestlemania, as already rumored often and gladly in the last few months.
After seeing the plans of a match between The Rock and Roman Reigns discarded, the only possible alternative at the moment is that of the second fight between the Tribal Chief and the Beast of WWE, right at the Showcase of the Immortals.