Triple H issued a challenge to Brock Lesnar on Sunday night's Pay-Per-View event, No Way Out. The wrestler announced that he wants to face off with the former UFC star at this year's SummerSlam.
Lesnar has only wrestled once since his return to the WWE this year. He lost to John Cena at Extreme Rules in April. Lesnar quit the WWE shortly after he broke Triple H's arm during Monday Night Raw.
Lesnar quit on the heels of the COO telling him that the contract issued to him by Raw and SmackDown general manager John Laurinaitis was not legitimate. Lesnar's representative, Paul Heyman, announced that the two would be suing Triple H for breach of contract.
At No Way Out, Triple H suggested the two forget the lawsuit and settle their differences in the ring. The Game hasn't stepped inside the ring since his loss to The Undertaker at Wrestlemania XXVIII.
If Lesnar is set to accept Triple H's offer, there's a chance he'll appear on the next edition of Raw to confront Triple H in person. Doing so just one day after the last PPV would give the WWE more than two months to promote the fight.
There were rumors that the WWE was preparing to pit Randy Orton against Lesnar at SummerSlam. That seems highly unlikely, however, since Orton has been suspended for two months for violating the company's wellness policy.
SummerSlam 2012 is set for Aug. 19, 2012 in Los Angeles. Money in the Bank is the next scheduled PPV event for the WWE. It will air on July 15 in Phoenix.