WWE recently confirmed through the PW Insider portal that this year’s SummerSlam will take place at the Performance Center on Sunday, August 23. The original plan was to have SummerSlam at the TD Garden in Boston the same day, but as the COVID-19 situation continued to worsen in the United States, the company had no choice but to change its plans. Brock Lesnar has also been sent to return for a match at SummerSlam, however, with WWE returning to the PC, there are doubts about the status of the Beast Incarnate.

Dropkick DiSKussions presenter Koey Gunz asked Tom Colohue about Brock Lesnar’s SummerSlam status in the latest podcast and if the move to the WWE PC would have any effect on the plans of the former WWE Champion. .

Tom stated that while it is possible, he did not know whether or not Brock Lesnar will be used at SummerSlam. There is always a chance that WWE will withdraw Brock Lesnar from SummerSlam, and the company could use its save dates for next year.

Why does WWE prefer not to have Brock Lesnar working at the SummerSlam Performance Center?

Tom, however, revealed that WWE officials really don’t want Brock Lesnar to work at the Performance Center since he works in an empty arena, or in front of a limited number of development recruits, he doesn’t fit in with the bigger character. than Lesnar.

It was also revealed that one of the main reasons WWE loves Brock Lesnar is because he cheers and boos at the same time, which cannot be replicated in performance.

This is what was discussed on the Sportskeeda Dropkick DiSKussions podcast by Tom Colohue and Korey Gunz:

Gunz: You mentioned that Brock Lesnar was scheduled for the event. Now that he’s slated at the Performance Center and not in the arena with a paying crowd, could it have an effect where they decide not to bring Brock in and use him as one of their dates if it’s not going to have the biggest impact possible?

Colohue: It is possible, I will not say with certainty that Brock Lesnar will be there because, at this moment, I do not know. They could very well cancel that appearance and save their appointment for this year until next and have plenty of Brock Lensar next year. I don’t think anyone has a problem with that.

That said, when it comes to working at the Performance Center, they really don’t want Brock fighting there. The company doesn’t see that it’s positive that the Incarnate Beast doesn’t have a real reaction from the public.

Reports suggest that Brock Lesnar may return for his rematch against Drew McIntyre at SummerSlam. However, the PPV cartel is subject to change taking into account everything that happens outside of wrestling.

Should WWE use Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam or get him left out? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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