The night after WrestleMania has become a huge night in itself for the WWE as they often have new talent debut or old talent return on that show. One of the first major moments I can remember taking place on the night after WrestleMania 28 in 2012. This return saw a "Beast" comeback from UFC to the land that helped him build his name. It was the Raw following Mania that saw the WWE return of Brock Lesnar
Brock made his shocking return to the company and immediately made a huge impact by sparking a feud with John Cena that started off as an extremely hot feud, but would become a flop. The reason this feud flopped is because Brock lost the feud and there really is no reason for Brock to lose other than for them to give John a big win after losing to The Rock.
Things picked up following his feud with Cena as we move onto a fantastic feud with Triple H that gave three really good matches and kicked off a streak for Brock where he wouldn't lose for 2 years. I really did enjoy his feud with Triple H, because it felt like something different and really was raising the bar for a weak period of time in WWE. In my opinion, this really showed a great reason why Brock coming back to WWE was a fantastic business move.
At this point we thought Brock would begin to fight some of the newer stars that the company had been developing like Seth Rollins or Roman, but little did we know. Saving the elaboration of that for Part 2 I will elaborate on the reason for this series. Recently, rumors have been polluting the wrestling sites about the possibility of Brock leaving the WWE to return to the octagon. The reason for this is because wanted to explore the idea that it might be the right time for Brock to leave WWE.
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