Brock Lesnar will be back in WWE programming with Royal Rumble looming around within four weeks of time. As noted in last week’s edition of Monday Night Raw, he will be present on the very first Raw episode of the new decade as well as 2020.
He is most probably showing up to note on his opponent for the Royal Rumble show waiting for us on January 26th. Paul Heyman will also accompany him as his client starts the decade with the WWE Championship around his waist.
THE BEAST IS BACK!
— WWE (@WWE) January 6, 2020
Heading into the kick-off season of WrestleMania 36, one of the biggest questions is what schedule WWE will provide Brock Lesnar. Being the marquee attention to the company, he makes limited appearances, in general.
But the trend could change moving into future as reports claim he would make more appearances on WWE programming. WWE Raw will be graced by his presence, a lot more.
According to Brad Shepard, WWE Champion Brock Lesnar is scheduled to work all WWE RAW episodes heading into the Royal Rumble 2020 PPV. The event takes place on January 26 at the Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas.
Three episodes of the flagship show will be in-store before this and the champion will be on each of the shows. Here’s more on this regard from this source,
“According to a source in WWE, Brock Lesnar is expected every week on RAW this month, including this Monday, up to and including the Royal Rumble. He is not yet listed internally for anything after the Royal Rumble PPV yet.”
From what we have seen in the earlier years in the WWE, Brock Lesnar increases his appearances around the WrestleMania season. With the 36th edition waiting for us on April 5th, the norm won’t be changing. He will be competing in a marquee match on the upcoming show in Florida.
However, there’s still no update on who his potential is going to be. Cain Velasquez or Tyson Fury are the two predicted names in this context, for now. But if the fans are less interested to see these matches then WWE creative will come up with new plans, shortly.
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