Brock Lesnar

After An Epic WWE SummerSlam, Brock Lesnar Thanks Fans In A Viral Video 

The image of Brock Lesnar lifting the ring with such a tractor at WWE SummerSlam will live on in wrestling fans’ minds for years, if not decades. However, there had been a post-match moment that Peacock and WWE Network viewers did not see, but over 48,000 audiences at Nissan Stadium did. Lesnar drifted back into the elevated ring, and as he approached the turnbuckle, he placed on his cowboy hat and ‘ve done a hat tip to applaud the boisterous Nashville crowd.

Below are 2 distinct camera angles of Lesnar saluting the crowd. The video of Lesnar hoisting the tractor previously in the Last Man Standing fight is still one of the most popular on YouTube and social media. Aside from WWE’s official footage, fans at the stadium captured videos of the epic moment from unique camera angles. Following Vince McMahon’s retirement, numerous reports have suggested that a displeased Lesnar scripted a walkout from the firm.

He would later return, however, after reportedly reaching an agreement with WWE management. Some WWE fans speculate on social media that Lesnar’s hat tip was more than a gratitude gesture, and he’s likely taking a break from the business or even going to retire from in-ring competition. At this time, it is unknown whether Lesnar will work a fight at next month’s Clash at the Castle premium live match in Wales.

WWE usually goes all out for stadium shows, and it wouldn’t be surprising if The Beast shows up in Cardiff. One thing seems certain: Lesnar will not face Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship again. On September 3, it will be Drew McIntyre’s turn to try to dethrone The Tribal Chief.


WWE Hall of Famer Edge has returned to the company. Edge made his return at SummerSlam in Nashville, assisting The Mysterios in defeating The Judgement Day’s Finn Balor and Damien Priest. He also exacted his vengeance on the stable. Edge is now out of commission since the June 6 show of “Raw,” when he was attacked and thrown out of The Judgement Day stable he founded by Damian Priest, Finn Balor, & Rhea Ripley.

Since WWE Money In The Bank, vignettes of his return have been airing. Several WWE stars, such as John Cena, Randy Orton, Mick Foley, as well as the late Eddie Guerrero, were noted in the vignettes. During the SummerSlam Tryouts, Triple H gave fans an update on his health. The recently appointed WWE Head of Creative & Talent Relations disclosed that he’s been feeling really good since his health crisis last September, once he experienced heart surgery following a heart problem caused by a genetic heart condition. He stated that it took some time for him to recover, but he is now fully recovered. He stated that he is completely back to work and is doing his best to fill their major shows.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.