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Jim Cornette’s big statement about Brock Lesnar, explains why WWE planned his return

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Brock Lesnar has recently returned to SmackDown. After his return, his next feud has also been announced. In which he will now come in the title match against Roman Reigns at SummerSlam 2022. In his return, he attacked Bloodline. After which the fans are speculating about his return. In this episode, former WWE manager Jim Cornette has made a big disclosure. He has told why WWE has filed the return of Brock Lesnar.

WWE has left no stone unturned to make this match exciting. For this reason, he has also added an exciting condition in this match. This match will be the last man standing match. Regarding this match, Jim Cornett said that due to lack of stars like Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes, WWE has taken this decision.

He said in his statement that Randy Orton is away from the ring due to injury. It is being said that he has been away from the ring for the whole year. After Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes, the feud between Cody and Orton could only start as both the stars are known for their in ring work. In such a situation, now that both the stars are out, WWE has nothing left. Money in the Bank has been moved from the stadium to the arena. In such a situation, he did not want to do this work at SummerSlam, that is why he has called Brock back.

Let us tell you that at WrestleMania 38, Roman Reigns won the Undisputed Universal Championship by defeating Brock Lesnar. Apart from this, he won both his last matches against Lesnar. In such a situation, it will be interesting to see how WWE books these matches. Last year at SummerSlam, Roman faced John Cena. After this match, Lesnar attacked him.

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