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Update On Rumors Of Brock Lesnar’s Retirement From WWE

Brock Lesnar loses to Roman Reigns SummerSlam 2022 WrestleFeed App

• Update On Rumors Of Brock Lesnar’s Retirement From WWE

In the main event of the WWE SummerSlam 2022 premium live event, Roman Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar in a Last Man Standing match to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

This match received huge praise on social media, as fans witnessed something that has never happened before – the ring being lifted from one side during a match!

With this win, Reigns has become the 1st man to hold 4 straight victories over The Beast (from SummerSlam 2018 all the way to SummerSlam 2022).

After the show went off the air, Lesnar climbed to the lifted end of the ring, wore his cowboy hat and the crowd popped.

Brock then saluted the fans with his cowboy hat tip and waved goodbye.

This began speculation that Brock just had his last match ever and is retiring, especially since he wasn’t happy about Vince McMahon’s retirement and said “if he’s gone, I’m gone.”

However, that’s not the case. Lesnar is the main name being advertised for WWE’s 1st premium live event of 2023 – Day 1.

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Bunkhouse Buck (Real name: James Golden) celebrates his 72nd birthday today.

He first made a name for himself under the name Jimmy Golden, wrestling for several territories such as the Continental Wrestling Association, Southeastern Championship Wrestling, Continental Championship Wrestling and Smoky Mountain Wrestling, before he joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1994 and became Bunkhouse Buck.

After leaving WCW in 1999, he continued to wrestle on the independent scene and even appeared on WWE TV in 2010, where he portrayed Jack Swagger’s father.


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