Brock Lesnar changes his look again!



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Brock Lesnar changes his look again!

SummerSlam, the biggest pay-per-view of the summer, was a success across the board, especially thanks to the main event that stunned fans. The Biggest Party of the Summer, which took place less than a month ago at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, gave thrills and twists, with Brock Lesnar shocking fans in the arena, literally demolishing the ring to aboard an agricultural tractor like the ones he uses on his Canadian ranch.

The Beast is experiencing one of the best moments of his entire career and his disagreements with the WWE Universe now seem a distant memory, even if every now and then some memories of his past re-emerge, which clearly makes it clear how Lesnar did not always behave well on the ring where he fought.

At the moment, however, Lesnar has been absent from the scene for weeks, as foreseen by his contract with very few annual appearances.

Brock Lesnar gives us a cut: here he reappears without a beard

In recent months, for a year now, fans had gotten used to seeing Brock Lesnar with a long beard and hair, a truly unusual look for those who have followed him from the early 2000s to today.

In fact, throughout his career, Lesnar has always had short hair and a shaved beard. With the covid pandemic, however, Lesnar began playing with his children, making bets and maintaining a truly unusual haircut and beard. After a full year with this look, Brock has reappeared in an online photo with a completely shaved beard, while his hair is still long, tied in a pigtail.

After the emergence of the photo that we post below, the fans went wild online, between those who did not recognize him and those who were disappointed, because he preferred him with a long beard. Despite the upheavals due to Vince McMahon's resounding farewell from WWE, the company has done a great job in recent weeks.

Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan as CEO, while Triple H was put in charge of the creative team as a whole. The 14-time world champion, who retired from wrestling wrestling shortly before WrestleMania 38, has already given his creative touch to the shows and brought back several released stars to WWE, such as Dakota Kai, Karrion Kross and Dexter Lumis.