Brock Lesnar is back on TV as he has become the new WWE Champion that makes him the proud possessor of the greatest prize of sports entertainment. He competed against Kofi Kingston in a match that lasted for nearly a few seconds. He caught the former champion with a sudden F-5 to pick up the huge win. This perhaps made him the current face of WWE Friday Night SmackDown as we now anticipate to get more of the champion on TV.
Reports are now available confirming that Brock Lesnar will make more appearances on TV in due course. It won’t be happening Monday Night RAW TV events like in the past, which is the brand that he had been featured on since making his return to the company in 2012. Rather, the future advertisements are suggesting that he will continue appearing on FOX on Friday nights.
Brock Lesnar vs Kofi Kingston
*full match* pic.twitter.com/2mboAxfrTk
— Turnbuckle Topics ? (@TT_4You) October 5, 2019
WWE’s official website is now advertising Brock Lesnar to appear on the November 22nd event in Chicago, Illinois. Also, F4WONLine.com suggested that he will appear on the December 27th show in Detroit, Michigan. There might be a dark match locally scheduled that will see him facing Kofi Kingston. Although, this schedule can certainly change.
You may check the full schedule of the beast incarnate for the rest of 2019 that includes the Draft night on SmackDown this Friday,
October 11: WWE Draft on Friday Night SmackDown – Las Vegas
October 25: WWE Friday Night SmackDown – Kansas City
October 31: WWE Crown Jewel – Saudi Arabia
November 15: WWE Friday Night SmackDown – Philadelphia
November 22: WWE Friday Night SmackDown – Chicago
December 27: WWE Friday Night SmackDown – Detroit
— WWE (@WWE) October 5, 2019
As mentioned above, Brock Lesnar is still not available to make an appearance at the Survivor Series pay-per-view event. But the move of making him the WWE Champion may have been a masterstroke from the creative team to book him for Crown Jewel in a marquee match. He must be defending his title against Kofi Kingston in a rematch or Cain Velasquez representing the SmackDown brand. Plus, the above schedule is a big hint that the blue brand will exclusively have Brock Lesnar under their wing instead of WWE’s flagship brand, Monday Night Raw.