– Paul Heyman posted this video to hype Sunday’s WWE live event at Madison Square Garden, which will feature Brock Lesnar vs. Kevin Owens.
“Condolences to Kevin Owens,” Heyman said. “[You will show up] to be beaten, victimized and conquered all as a message to Goldberg. This beating, this violence that’s coming your way is courtesy of my client, Brock Lesnar!”
THIS SUNDAY – 3pm — @WWE at #MSG @TheGarden — @BrockLesnar LIVE in ACTION!#EXCLUSIVE! #WWENYC pic.twitter.com/LuojyPqTxa
— Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) March 9, 2017
– As noted, Daniel Bryan teased returning to the ring once his WWE contract expires next year.
Bryan was forced to retire in February of last year due to multiple concussions and a lesion on the brain. Dave Meltzer noted in the latest edition of The Wrestling Observer that Bryan “was rushed” into that retirement speech by Vince McMahon. While it’s unlikely that WWE will clear Bryan to wrestle by next year, Meltzer noted that one of Bryan’s goals has been to work in CMLL and to do an angle building to a hair vs. hair match at their anniversary show.
Meltzer added that Bryan has a new ring style in mind that would be lower risk while still allowing him to have interesting matches.
Bryan has not wrestled since April 14th, 2015. He teamed with John Cena to defeat Cesaro and Tyson Kidd in a dark match at a SmackDown taping in London, England.