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Lesnar’s Opponent For Mexico City is Revealed

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Photo Courtesy Brock Lesnar, WWE Universe Facebook Page

An updated statement by WWE has been shared, and in it includes his opponent:

Brock Lesnar heading to Mexico City for Dec. 3 Live Event
Mexico City becomes Suplex City this December! WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar will step into the ring in Mexico City, Saturday, Dec. 3, for a thrilling WWE Live Event at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico. The show starts at 8 p.m. local time.

Joined by his advocate, the always-outspoken Paul Heyman, this Live Event marks The Beast Incarnate’s first in Mexico with WWE. And it won’t be an easy night for Lesnar, since his opponent that evening will be none other than The Bulgarian Brute, Rusev.

Get your tickets now to see Lesnar in action in Mexico City Saturday, Dec. 3. And be sure to check out more ring action and entertainment when the WWE Live Mexico Tour concludes in Monterrey Sunday, Dec. 4. The WWE Live Mexico Tour is presented by Gowin.

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