WWE News: Brock Lesnar To Appear On Each Episode Of Raw Leading To Great Balls Of Fire PPV
On this past edition of Monday Night Raw, Brock Lesnar finally made his return to the WWE after a hiatus of nearly two months. He appeared last on the post-Wrestlemania episode where he did not engage in any encounters in order to build up a storyline.
Rather, it was just a show-off purpose for the newly won Universal Championship from Goldberg following which he went on to a hiatus.
The fans did not take this time off, lightly. With Lesnar’s win, they were sure that the prime title on the flagship show will not be present on the show for quite some time. So, they booed about the fact letting their words heard on the social media sites. The WWE creative had to face a lot of backlash over the fact of Lesnar’s absence.
This might be the reason why cagesideseats.com later came up with a report consoling the fans that the Brock Lesnar will be available for all the Raw episodes starting from June 12th except the go home show for the Great Balls of Fire PPV.
Although it was a pleasant news for the fans, it was quite strange considering that the main event attraction of the inaugural PPV will be not present on the show where the final hype ups will be made.
In a clarified post from 434 Facebook page, it has now been declared that the beast will be available for all the Raw episodes leading to Great Balls of Fire PPV. His schedule also includes the edition of Raw following the event on July 9th indicating that he is set to retain the Universal Championship. Once again, he will show up to show-off his title in front of the audience.
Meanwhile, this is his updated appearance schedule:
June 19th, 2017 – Ford Center, Evansville, Indiana.
June 26th, 2017 – Staples Center, Los Angeles, California.
July 3rd, 2017 – Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, Arizona.
July 9th, 2017 – American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas.
July 10th, 2017 – Toyota Center, Houston, Texas.
As of now, he is set to win his championship bout against Samoa Joe, quite convincingly and go on to have one more short time-off. In August, he will be back for featuring in his scheduled matchup at the Summerslam PPV.
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