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WWE gives big update on Brock Lesnar’s suspension at Survivor Series

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WWE has lifted the indefinite suspension of Brock Lesnar, opening the possibility of The Beast Incarnate returning to television soon.

WWE officials figure Adam Pearce fined Brock Lesnar One million US dollars for attacking him, and WWE officials on SmackDown.

On Survivor Series, Kayla Braxton told Paul Heyman backstage that there are rumors Lesnar’s suspension is no longer indefinite. Heyman was shocked by the news but then told Kayla Braxton to check with Pearce, who seems to have a problem with Brock Lesnar.

Brock Lesnar’s attack on Pearce arrived on SmackDown after Crown Jewel, where he lost the Universal Title match to Roman Reigns.

Does Brock Lesnar vow to make WWE Smackdown return next month?

At the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the venue for a SmackDown episode on Friday, December 10th, Brock Lesnar had bought a ticket and would be ringside at the match. The latest report has explained the reason for The Beast Incarnate’s early return to WWE.

“Brock Lesnar will be returning on 12/10 Smackdown in Los Angeles city. The idea is he’s going to get a ringside ticket. This show is important because they are running the show in Los Angeles city largely for FOX executives to get a better FOX show in FOX’s home base. Brock Lesnar is one of the influential people they are interested in, and it’ll probably be the start to get Brock for the Rumble show.”

Since Brock Lesnar’s return at SummerSlam, he has had just one match in WWE, the loss mentioned earlier against The Tribal Chief at Crown Jewel. He has, though, made several appearances on the blue brand when his feud with Roman Reigns.