WWE News: Brock Lesnar To Become New WWE Champion In 2019 Fall
Brock Lesnar has been featuring more on WWE TV in 2019 than what we have initially thought. He returned to the programming during Money in the Bank pay-per-view to win the title match contract. Cash-in of the same has been the focal point of WWE Monday Night Raw ever since he won it. To date, the briefcase is intact as we could saw him capitalizing on it, anytime.
Previously, Brock Lesnar teased to exercise the contract inside the briefcase within the bygone Saudi Arabia PPV. He was about to cash-in on the Universal Champion at WWE Super ShowDown. On that night, Rollins defended the Universal Title against Baron Corbin, successfully.
The beast incarnate tried to keep his words by showing up at the event and run over Seth Rollins but his plans backfired. The champ delivered him with a low blow and used a steel chair on his back. He finished the assault with a Stomp into Money in the Bank briefcase. Now the question remains when could we possibly see this happening?
Thankfully, Slice Wrestling reported that WWE will keep the surprise factor intact around this Money in the Bank cash-in. Brock Lesnar will indeed have a successful attempt with the contract. But he is likely to do it on Smackdown rather than Monday Night Raw. It means a WWE Championship run is waiting for him. Here’s more from wwfoldschool.com,
“WWE officials are considering a WWE Championship run for Mr. Money In The Bank Brock Lesnar due to TV ratings still being low.
WWE officials feel that Lesnar winning the WWE Title (not the Universal Title this time) will shake things up and bring interest back into the WWE product, especially with SmackDown moving to FOX in October.”
Vince McMahon always remains high on Brock Lesnar as he is a special attraction on TV. So The Boss is likely to use him on Smackdown after the show moves onto Fox Network around October. Rumors also suggest that the cash-in will happen on Smackdown, itself to pull the ratings up for the show. However, these are just speculations at this point that needs more confirmations.
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