WWE News: Big Update On When Brock Lesnar Will Become New Champion
Brock Lesnar is the super-villain of the WWE roster whom the company uses as special attraction whenever needed. He made a triumphant return at the Money in the Bank PPV event and to win the opportunistic briefcase. This ensures him to become the future champion in due course. As much as the fans will not like to see this, it will happen to give a boost to the TV ratings.
Speculations suggest that Brock Lesnar is all set to successfully cash-in his Money In The Bank contract and thereby become a World Champion in WWE, once again. Going against the recent past storylines, Brock Lesnar will not be challenging for the Universal Championship on Raw. Rather he will be going after the WWE Champion in the fall of 2019.
Speculations revealed that the surprising cash-in may be happening at Summerslam. Brock Lesnar will defeat Kofi Kingston to become the WWE Champion after more than four years. The altercation should be the same but the timing could be different as per a reliable update as WWE might be waiting for a big shift in October.
Slice Wrestling noted that a big change is coming on WWE programming in the fall of 2019 when Smackdown moves to Fox Sports from USA Network. This program will try to become even more mainstream with Brock Lesnar as the sellable figure. So the title change is happening on the first Smackdown episode on Fox, (courtesy wwfoldschool.com)
“According to Slice Wrestling, Lesnar will be the WWE Champion heading into SmackDown’s premiere on FOX, while The Dirty Sheets is reporting that Lesnar will cash-in on Kofi Kingston on SmackDown’s first night on FOX to win the WWE Championship.”
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As always, Vince McMahon is more than high in Brock Lesnar to carry the flag of Smackdown show since he is the biggest box-office attraction in WWE history. Beside Roman Reigns, the beast incarnate will be a flag-bearer of the show with the title around the shoulder. However, it does not mean that he will come back to work in a full-time schedule. The exclusive contract allowing part-time stint will continue for him.
“I just know he’s been signing short term deals, but he’s been offered really good money so he may have signed a longer-term deal because he ain’t signing with UFC. I think that’s really clear right now is that he’s not going.”
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