Fans who can't get enough of the Beast Incarnate will be happy to know that Brock Lesnar is scheduled to appear at WWE No Mercy. The show will be the first Raw only pay-per-view following SummerSlam.
This year, the first pay-per-view for the red side of WWE following SummerSlam will be No Mercy. It will take place on September 24, 2017, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Wel, it turns out that whether he manages to successfully defend his Universal Championship at the biggest event of the summer or not, Brock Lesnar return for No Mercy five weeks later.
It's still unclear who Lesnar will face at SummerSlam this year, so The Beast Incarnate's No Mercy opponent is currently an even bigger mystery. Samoa Joe and Roman Reigns will do battle for the number one contender's spot on Raw this coming Monday, so it's safe to say that if the winner of that goes on to beat Lesnar in Brooklyn this summer, then it will be that Superstar defending his newly won gold in a rematch at No Mercy.
Both WWE.com and the Staples Center website are advertising the event, and both are advertising that Brock Lesnar will be the night's main attraction. As is tradition, the card is subject to change, even when WWE are the ones advertising the fact, but it's not often that The Beast is flaunted by the company when they don't have the intention of having Lesnar at the event. So barring any injuries, you can probably rest assured that Lesnar will be main eventing this year's No Mercy.
Despite not appearing on a No Mercy card for fourteen years, Lesnar actually has a lot of history with the PPV. During his first run with WWE, Lesnar did battle with The Undertaker in back to back No Mercy pay-per-views in 2002 and 2003, the former in a Hell in a Cell, and the latter in a Biker Chain Match. Sadly for fans, but lucky for The Deadman, it's probably a bit of a stretch to assume that it'll be a third No Mercy match for The Phenom and the man who brought an end to his WrestleMania streak. Despite that, there's a lot to speculate about regarding who Lesnar's No Mercy opponent could be.
There is still an awful lot of wrestling to be done between now and No Mercy, although probably not for Brock Lesnar in all fairness. Nevertheless, as mentioned above, who Brock will face at SummerSlam is still to be decided, so there is really no telling who he might face at No Mercy, or if The Beast will seven be Universal Champion by that point.