WWE Rumour: Brock Lesnar will start competing on Raw

Written by: Raja
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Bengaluru, Feb 9: We have reported it earlier that going in total contrast to the previous years, there will be a lot of changes in Brock Lesnar’s WWE schedule, this year.

The reason behind this is purely tv rating. His presence on television can draw attention like nobody else and WWE wants to make full use of it during the Wrestlemania season.

Brock Lesnar (Image courtesy: wwe.com)

Furthermore, Lesnar is dealing a one-year suspension from the Nevada State Athletic commission as well as from the United States Anti-Doping Agency which will bar him from taking part in the MMA fights.

This means he can only perform in the WWE and nowhere else. So, we can definitely expect him to see in more capacities for the entire year 2017.

In addition, cagesideseats.com reported that for the first time in nearly 15 long years, Lesnar will start competing even on Monday Night Raw.

As per his contract, he only appears on Raw to have some physical altercations with his opponents or have face-offs with them. This was the tradition ever since he came back in the year 2012.

But, since WWE looking to give a drastic change to his contract, this is a very likely option. This is the reason why he will be present in almost every episode of Raw en route Wrestlemania.

If he indeed performs in a match on Raw then it will be a historic moment for the fans which will a major boost to the show.

The last time he had a match on Raw was in the year 2002. His opponent was Tommy Dreamer whom he defeated in a Singapore Cane match.

From that point onwards, he became a regular member of Smackdown after the then General Manger, Stephanie McMahon signed him to the blue brand.

Now, the news of Lesnar having a match on Raw itself is capable of increasing the anticipation among the fans.

They surely will notice the advertisements on the beast which means they have to keep an eye on the product, as well.

This, in turn, will help the rating for sure which is an all-time low for the last few months.

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