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Condition For Brock Lesnar Returning To WWE

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Below are a couple of top WWE & AEW news stories of the day, featuring Brock Lesnar and Double Or Nothing 2024.

• Brock Lesnar’s absence from WWE television since his match against Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam 2023 has fueled widespread speculation about his future with the company. Amidst the swirling rumors and concerns, new details have emerged regarding the conditions for Lesnar’s return.

Originally slated to participate at Royal Rumble 2024, Lesnar’s plans were disrupted due to legal complications related to Vince McMahon’s trafficking lawsuit.

In addition to his absence from WWE broadcasts, Lesnar has faced further setbacks in his relationship with the company. He was notably excluded from the roster of the latest WWE video game, WWE 2K24, and removed from WWE Creative’s future plans. These developments have intensified doubts about Lesnar’s status within WWE.

According to the Wrestling Observer, Lesnar must be cleared by WWE’s legal team before he can make his return to the ring. As of now, that clearance has not been granted:

“Regarding any rumors of Lesnar returning, he has to be cleared by WWE legal (remember WWE is still a defendant in the Janel Grant lawsuit) and that hasn’t happened yet.”

• AEW’s Double or Nothing is consistently one of the company’s most anticipated pay-per-views, and this year’s event did not disappoint. Held at the MGM Grand Arena, the show delivered a series of memorable moments that left fans buzzing.

Among the night’s highlights were the dramatic return of MJF, an appearance by WWF Veteran Gangrel and the intense Anarchy In The Arena match, where Darby Allin set Jack Perry on fire. These electrifying moments, along with a host of other thrilling matches, ensured the event maintained high energy throughout, despite not being a sell-out crowd.

Preliminary estimates for the pay-per-view’s buy rates reflect its success. According to the Wrestling Observer, AEW Double or Nothing garnered approximately 133,000 pay-per-view buys.

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