Brock Lesnar is back in the WWE and he’s looking absolutely ripped.
The Beast Incarnate made a shocking appearance at the very end of SummerSlam on Saturday night as he stunned the Las Vegas crowd and set his sights on Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
The former world champ was sporting a different look too, showing up with a full beard and ponytail while looking absolutely ripped – and somehow bigger than ever.
Brock’s been showing off different looks during rare public appearances in lockdown, and he’s clearly been working hard to stay in tip top shape based on this comeback.
His return and the fact his attention is clearly on the Tribal Chief will mean big things for SmackDown with the blue brand sure to benefit from the injection of energy and excitement.
It’ll be fascinating to see where Paul Heyman’s loyalties lie, too.
A few weeks ago, Brock was seen in a picture shared by The Bearded Butchers – hunting and cooking duo Seth and Scott Perkins – after he filmed for a video on their YouTube channel and looked very different with longer hair and a goatee.
They teased at the time: ‘Brock Lesnar returns with a NEW LOOK and he’s hanging out with The Bearded Butchers! Full Youtube video coming soon to our channel. (sic)’
WWE fans hadn’t seen Brock for a long time, with his most recent TV appearance coming in April 2020 when he lost the world championship to Drew McIntyre in the main event of WrestleMania 36.
Ever since that night, everyone had been clamouring for a return – but fans weren’t too sure about his new look.
‘Cursed image,’ one Twitter user simply wrote.
Another questioned: ‘Is this real?’
While a different fan described it as ‘traumatising’, someone else compared Brock to Buddy Murphy after the recently released WWE star seriously beefed up following his recent departure.
And one very imaginative Twitter user quipped: ‘He looks like a Dwarven blacksmith.’
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Author: Alistair McGeorge