The Beast set to break one of his records at WWE Night of Champions against Cody Rhodes


Brock Lesnar is a free agent in WWE, which means he can appear at both brands according to his will. That being said, The Beast’s appearance on television has increased rapidly in the past few months. He recently challenged Cody Rhodes for a match and will face the American Nightmare at the WWE Night of Champions. However, apart from his match against Rhodes, The Beast Incarnate is all set to break one of his records at the upcoming pay-per-view event

Recently at WWE Backlash, Brock Lesnar and Cody Rhodes faced each other in a highly anticipated match. However, The American Nightmare successfully defeated The Beast Incarnate at the event. Following that on WWE Raw, Cody Rhodes participated in the World Heavyweight Championship Tournament.

But Lesnar appeared during his match and attacked him, costing him a shot at the title.

Also, Lesnar challenged Rhodes to a match at the WWE Night of Champions, which Rhodes accepted later. As wrestling fans are excited to see the two Superstars collide inside the ring once again, they’ll be happy to know Lesnar is all set to break one of his records at the upcoming event.


Which of his Records is Brock Lesnar set to break at the WWE Night of Champions?
The 2023 Night of Champions holds enormous significance for Brock Lesnar since it will mark his fifth back-to-back WWE Pay-per-view event appearance. His latest PPV appearances include the 2023 Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber 2023, WrestleMania 39, and the 2023 WWE Backlash. He hasn’t done something like this in the last 11 years. Since his return to WWE, his record was four back-to-back PPV appearances from WWE Day 1 to WrestleMania 38. Now, The Beast is all set to break his record when he appears at the 2023 WWE Night of Champions.


Also, it is to be noted the last time Lesnar took part in five back-to-back PPV events was in 2003.

Check Out The Beast’s Performance at the recent pay-per-view events
At Royal Rumble 2023, Brock Lesnar entered from the 12th spot and was eliminated by Bobby Lashley.

While at Elimination Chamber 2023, Brock Lesnar faced Bobby Lashley and lost.

At WrestleMania 39, Brock Lesnar faced Omos and successfully defeated The Giant.

Next, at WWE Backlash 2023, Cody Rhodes defeated Brock Lesnar.

With that, Lesnar is all set to appear in his fifth consecutive Pay-per-view event at WWE Night of Champions and face Rhodes in a rematch. Let’s see what happens when The Beast faces Nightmare.


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