Brock Lesnar’s comeback in WWE: Brock Lesnar has been away from WWE since his loss to Cody Rhodes at WWE SummerSlam in August. But guess what? The “Beast Incarnate” is making a comeback at the WWE Royal Rumble in 2024, according to wrestling guru Dave Meltzer on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio.
We’re not exactly sure how Lesnar will make his grand return—either just before the big 2024 event to set up a story and match, or he might surprise us all by jumping into the 30-man Royal Rumble itself. One thing’s for sure, though: Lesnar won’t be part of WWE Survivor Series, and we won’t see him in 2023 either because of his part-time deal, meaning he only works on limited days.
Brock Lesnar’s comeback in WWE
Lesnar usually shows up during WrestleMania season, starting with the Royal Rumble. So, it’s not a shocker that he’s gearing up for this time of the year. And, he’s expected to be part of ‘Mania too. Missing just one Royal Rumble since 2014 (the 2021 show), Lesnar even won the big match in 2022.
Here’s the interesting part—Lesnar can pop up on either WWE Raw or WWE SmackDown when he returns. It’s like a free agent move. His last big feud was with the “American Nightmare,” Cody Rhodes, and after three bouts, Rhodes came out on top, earning Lesnar’s respect. Wrestling drama at its finest!