Brock Lesnar made his last appearance in the Survivor Series PPV. And as a part-timer, Brock doesn’t need to appear every week despite being the WWE Universal champions.
Moving on, the upcoming PPV where you’ll see Brock Lesnar will be at next year’s Royal Rumble PPV.
After this year’s Wrestlemania there were plans that Finn Balor would invoke his rematch clause and have a match with Brock Lesnar, but for some reason, WWE kept on avoiding the match, and before Survivor Series PPV it was rumored that Finn Balor will take on Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble PPV.
Nonetheless, it was later revealed that Vince McMahon doesn’t think Finn Balor is ready yet to face Lesnar which means that Finn will not be taking on Brock Lensar.
This also led to changes in plan as it was later revealed on RAW that Kane and Braun Strowman will be facing each other and the winner will be challenging Brock Lesnar for the Universal championship match at the Royal Rumble PPV.
Now the match between Kane and Braun Strowman ended in a draw which by the way was the main event of this past week’s RAW.
With no winners, it’s pretty much unclear as to who will face Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble PPV.
However, according to leaked news, it is believed that Brock Lesnar will be defending this Universal championship against both Kane and Braun Strowman, thereby making a Triple-threat match for the WWE Universal Championship.
Even though its sound exciting but Brock Lesnar isn’t going to lose the championship match as WWE wants to keep the title with Lesnar till Wrestlemania and then letting him drop it to the golden boy Roman Reigns at the main event before the beast heads to UFC again.
So, at the Royal Rumble PPV, he’ll either be pinning Kane or Braun Strowman to retain his title just the way he did back in 2015 when he defended this WWE championship title against John Cena and Seth Rollins.
And like last year, Brock Lesnar may also miss Fast Lane PPV so the beast is only expected to make an appearance at the Royal Rumble PPV and lastly at Wrestlemania.
And as far as his WWE career is concerned, his contract with the company is set of expire in March, so if he doesn’t resign a new contract most probably, Brock Lesnar will be leaving WWE after Wrestlemania.