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SmackDown Live Star Hospitalized With Diverticulitis, Brock Lesnar’s Final WWE Live Event Date Under Current Contract Revealed

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• Brock Lesnar’s Final WWE Live Event Date Under Current Contract Revealed

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will work his final WWE Live Event match under his current deal this Friday night in Boston, MA at the TD Garden. He’ll defend the Universal Championship against Braun Strowman & Kane in a Triple Threat match.

During a recent interview with News18, Old School WWF Legend Triple H was asked about WWE possibly re-signing Brock Lesnar to a new deal.

Below is what “The Game” said:

“To be honest I really don’t have anything to share in this conversation and we’ll see where it goes. Brock is Brock, he’s an interesting guy to be with, makes it challenging which is always wonderful and we’re working on it. We’ll see where that goes as time goes on.”

• SmackDown Live Star Hospitalized With Diverticulitis

WWE announced the following:

Shane McMahon hospitalized with diverticulitis

“Shane McMahon is currently recovering from acute diverticulitis and an umbilical hernia in a New York-area medical facility, WWE.com has learned.

Two weeks ago on SmackDown LIVE, McMahon announced he would be taking an indefinite leave of absence from his position as the blue brand’s Commissioner. Following that announcement, McMahon was brutally attacked by Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. WWE medical staff initially diagnosed him with a laryngeal contusion and trapezius and rhomboid strains as a result of the beating.

Following the vicious assault, McMahon went to the Caribbean with his family to rest and recuperate. While there, Shane developed a massive infection due to acute diverticulitis and was hospitalized for several days in Antigua before being flown back to a New York-area hospital, where he is currently being treated with heavy doses of antibiotics.

The doctors in New York have also discovered that Shane suffered an umbilical hernia during the attack, which will require surgery once the infection has been eradicated.”

        
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