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Twists & Turns Coming In Brock Lesnar’s Storyline

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• Twists & Turns Coming In Brock Lesnar’s Storyline

“The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar will return to the blue brand on tonight’s Super SmackDown from Madison Square Garden.

He is expected to confront Universal Champion Roman Reigns during tonight’s show.

Paul Heyman discussed Brock Lesnar’s return with the New York Post. Below are the highlights from this interview:

On Brock Lesnar’s situation with Roman Reigns:

“I think we all knew this situation was going to come to a head someday. From the moment I appeared on SmackDown television with Roman Reigns, it was, ‘Oh my God what is Brock Lesnar’s advocate doing with Roman Reigns now?’

This is an unanswered question that has to be addressed and no better place to address it than Brock Lesnar’s first appearance on television in 18 months in The World’s Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden, live on television.”

On what will happen tonight:

“I don’t know if we end up in a situation where Brock Lesnar can’t go after a different championship other than Roman Reigns’ and he can have his advocate and Roman Reigns can have his special counsel.

There’s a lot of decisions to be made and there’s a lot of scenarios that can play out and I dare suggest anyone who thinks that they have this figured out doesn’t have a clue as to the twists and turns that could and will come in the near future.”

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend “The Magnificent” Don Muraco celebrates his 72nd birthday today.

At times also referred to as “The Rock” Don Muraco, he was under a World Wrestling Federation contract from 1981 till 1988.

Most Old School fans will certainly remember the series of skits he and his manager Mr. Fuji did, that aired on WWF Tuesday Night Titans (WWF TNT), called “FUJI VICE”, a parody of the legendary 80s crime series Miami Vice.

In 2004, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by fellow WWF Legend Mick Foley.


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