Brock Lesnar: here is the official date of his come back!
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 7833
According to reports from Fightful Select, the Royal Rumble 2023 is set to break the record for ticket sales set in 2017. The edition of five years ago was also held at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The probable participation of Brock Lesnar in the first major PPV of 2023 further increases the expectation.
In a long interview granted to Bill Apter for Sportskeeda, Kurt Angle spent beautiful words for Brock Lesnar: "The Beast is one of the most fearsome opponents he has ever faced. We are talking about an athlete who is capable of destroying any rival who gets in front of him.
There has never been anyone more dominant than him in this business. He is a dangerous individual. He suplexes you down, and if you get caught in his grip, there's no escape. I was always trying to counter his suplexes with my own suplexes.
I succeeded in most cases. I beat Lesnar for the world title at SummerSlam 2003, if I remember correctly. He took his revenge at WrestleMania 19. Brock Lesnar is one of the best wrestlers he's ever worked with."
Brock Lesnar's comeback
Brock Lesnar's appearances always cause a stir and there's no denying they have a gigantic impact.
'The Beast Incarnate' hasn't set foot in the ring since November 5, 2022, when he faced and defeated Bobby Lashley at Crown Jewel in a match that raised more than a few controversies. 2022 was a year full of ups and downs for the former Universal champion, who tried in every way to break the hegemony of Roman Reigns.
Brock brought a new version of the character to life and endeared himself to the WWE Universe, but was defeated by the 'Tribal Chief' at both WrestleMania 38 and SummerSlam. While WWE has yet to announce when he will return to wrestle, the new Royal Rumble poster appears to reveal his presence at the San Antonio show on Saturday, January 28.
Lesnar has almost always shone at the Rumble and is among the seven wrestlers capable of winning the royal brawl at least twice.