WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and his advocate Paul Heyman, are set to return on December 18 edition of Monday Night RAW.
The above-mentioned episode is scheduled to be held at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island. The statement was made official by the venue.
The venue made the announcement on their Twitter page, have a look at the tweet below:
— Dunkin Donuts Center (@DunkinDonutsCtr) November 28, 2017
Brock Lesnar was last seen at Survivor Series in a “Champion v/s Champion” match. The Beast Incarnate overcame ‘The Phenomenal’ AJ Styles in an enthralling contest.
Lesnar, being a part-timer is only committed to appear at selected pay-per-views and shows because of 2which his every appearance seems special. The dynamic duo of Lesnar and Heyman manage to shine out in several editions of Monday Night RAW.
Brock Lesnar’s return can be seen as a result of the upcoming Royal Rumble. The pay-per-view is a month away from Lesnar’s scheduled appearance. Consequently, Lesnar’s appearance will most likely lead to the announcement for the Universal Title’s next contender.
Lesnar is speculated to face the current Intercontinental Champion, Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania. This leaves several candidates from the RAW roster who can face Lesnar at the Royal Rumble.
It was earlier reported that Lesnar would be facing Finn Balor. However, those plans have been reportedly scrapped as Vince McMahon doesn’t find Balor “over” with the WWE Universe. Furthermore, the likes of Samoa Joe and Braun Strowman are among the candidates who might face “The Beast” at the Royal Rumble.
The sight of Lesnar prancing around with the title around his waist is a sight to behold. Whatever the platform, his appearances add a certain spice to the monotonous episode of RAW. With this, the mystery behind Lesnar’s opponent would finally put the misery of the viewers to an end. Apart from Lesnar, Heyman charms the WWE Universe with his trademark zest and way of words. Only time will tell what the WWE has in store for Lesnar’s next appearance.