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Yes! Yes! Yes!: Lesnar Returns to WWE

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Capping off an all-time classic episode of World Wrestling Entertainment's long-running flagship show 'Monday Night Raw', former UFC and WWE Champion Brock Lesnar returned to the squared circle tonight (2nd April), ten years, to the week, after his original debut.

Following an exciting evening of entertainment, featuring wins for current WWE Champion CM Punk, United States Heavweight Champion Santino Marella and the debuts of fresh characters Lord Tensai and Abraham Washington, Lesnar, who recently starred in the 'WWE '12' videogame, made the ultimate impact in front of a red hot Miami crowd.

On the follow-up show to Wrestlemania XXVIII, which was main-evented by a victorious Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Lesnar emerged onto the stage dressed in nostalgic black shirt and black sweatpants attire. The 6'4", 270lbs former NCAA stand-out then caused a crowd pop of nuclear proportions, as he annihilated controversial WWE posterboy John Cena with his trademark F-5 finishing maneuver.

The pro wrestling comeback of mainstream crossover star Lesnar and the overness of, purist's darling, Daniel Bryan's "Yes! Yes! Yes!" catchphrase should prove to be the stories of a promising summer in the WWE Universe.

\The FanPosts are solely the subjective opinions of Bloody Elbow readers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Bloody Elbow editors or staff.

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