Wrestling Rumour Roundup: Brock Lesnar 2022 plans, Triple H and more

Aug 21, 2021; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Brock Lesnar returns to WWE at SummerSlam 2021 at Allegiant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
Aug 21, 2021; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Brock Lesnar returns to WWE at SummerSlam 2021 at Allegiant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports /

Well, let’s take a look at the rumor mill, and there we have the answer to all of our queries. Things have changed over the months, and this may be the right reason why Brock Lesnar is suddenly off tv programming. The Humble Advocate or The Special Counsel has no information on this, and we aren’t sure if Paul’s previous client wants to share any information with his former manager. Well, if they don’t share any information, we have some details up to our sleeve, and here’s it that will help you understand the grand scheme of things. Without further ado, let’s get down to it, and if you have some news about it, feel free to chime in:

The Viper is Pissed

It sounds like a bad idea, but it looks like The Apex Predator isn’t happy with his WrestleMania match. According to  Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful, Randy Orton didn’t enjoy the way things panned out at The Grandest Stage of them All. Bray Wyatt and WWE weren’t on good terms at WrestleMania, and it looks like it was the reason why such a powerful character perished at the Shows of Shows.

Randy Orton didn’t like the detail, and he’s not happy with the authorities. Bray Wyatt is the hottest character at this time, and his demotion to losing a match upon return didn’t sit well with the current Tag Team Champion. Fans shared the sentiment back in the day and so till today. It’s a good thing to see a veteran wrestler stand up and speak his mind about pulling off one of the best wrestlers in the business. Bray Wyatt losing at WrestleMania, and then WWE losing him to budget cuts is not a good idea.

Triple H out of the ring

Hunter Hearst Helmsley, a.k.a, Triple H, may be out of action for good. WWE COO is undergoing rehab after his recent surgery, and it looks like he may hang up the boots soon. While there’s no official word on this, Dave Meltzer reports have the feeling that things aren’t good. The Cerebral Assassin may call it quits from the ring soon. Whether that happens instantly or in a couple of months is what we need to wait for, but it is a given that Hunter is no longer going to lace up his boots.

It’s not new to see current or former superstars untimely hang up their boots. Edge did it ten years ago after he had a neck injury, and so did current AEW and WWE’s former superstar Bryan Danielson. Paige is out of action for the same reason, and Lio Rush announced his retirement before returning to All Elite Wrestling. One may call it unfortunate, but it’s a fact that wrestlers take a toll on their well-being to entertain fans. The superstars are ready to go to any limits to give the fans that moment they have been clavering for, but it proves futile at times. We at Daily DDT wish him a speedy recovery.

Brock Lesnar deferred till 2022

While Brock Lesnar is not an event to defer, it looks like the former Universal Champion would be out till 2022. According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Brock Lesnar may be away till 2022. It’s all a part of the bigger plan, and only Vince can tell if this is a fact or a fiction. Brock Lesnar hastily came back to attack the current Champion, but is this storyline going to continue at this time?

It’s a big question, but with Dave’s input, it looks like we may see The Box Office Attraction away from the ring for long. Brock Lesnar is the go-to name when WWE has any problem with their ratings. They want to entice fans with something exceptional. With Brock Lesnar out until 2022 and The Rock stating that he is not scheduled for WrestleMania 38, what can be the next course of action by the WWE? Will we see a surprise return again, or will this be as advertised by the WWE? Well, only time can tell the facts, and we need to wait for it to happen.