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WWE fans have long been missing the return of Brock Lesnar who disappeared just after the Hell in a Cell match against The Undertaker. There have been several rumors and speculations on his return and the media has been reporting every version of the story. But that will finally be coming to end as it has just been confirmed that “The Beast” will return tomorrow.

According to Paul Heyman who posted on Twitter yesterday, he said “CONFIRMED! I will, indeed, be with Brock Lesnar at the LA Forum this Saturday Night!”

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Unfortunately, the event won’t be televised so fans may not get the full gist of the scenes but that won’t do much harm as Lesnar may make it to Monday Night Raw.

The detail is that WWE is having a Live Event at The Forum in California and Brock Lesnar would be staging war against Alberto Del Rio.

There is a part of the story that states that the clash between the two Superstars would be for the United States Championship Title that Alberto Del Rio snatched from John Cena during the October Hell in a Cell but that’s yet to be confirmed. Rumor says that if the Title does come up in the live event in California, Del Rio would win it again just for the heck of it.

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So Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman will return to WWE tomorrow and that’s just what fans have been hungry for. They wanted to see his return; they have talked about it, hoped for it and even posted a thing or two about it.

The irony about the story is that Lesnar has not been advertised for any WWE event until the Monday Night Raw on January 11, 2016. That by implication means Lesnar would miss about three Monday Night Raw and may also miss the Royal Rumble and that may just be what fans wouldn’t be comfortable with and wished they could turn things the other way round. Well let’s see how WWE intends to make up for Lesnar’s absence and what they have in mind for him in the future.

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