WWE: Brock Lesnar Vs. John Cena May Be A Long Wait, ‘Monday Night RAW’ Appearances Soon

Brock Lesnar Vs. John Cena will happen again based upon the results at Hell in a Cell 2014, but the question is where this main match will take place. The WWE was also negotiating with Lesnar for additional Monday Night RAW, appearances and it seems like they managed to reach a deal.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, it’s believed that Randy Orton’s injury may have cost him a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship title, and he’s already set to be absent from Monday Night RAW and SmackDown for several weeks.

According to the Wrestling Observer, the plan is still to have Roman Reigns take the belt at WrestleMania 31, although many are starting to view Dean Ambrose as a potential contender for getting the big push. After all, if you can’t beat the Beast with sheer force like John Cena, then perhaps the Lunatic Fringe could win with tricks and other craziness?

But they also go one step further and claim that Brock Lesnar Vs. John Cena may take place at Royal Rumble 2015, although these plans are not set in stone yet. There is also some speculation that Lesnar’s title defense match could take place at TLC 2015. In either case, it’s expected that Brock will retain the title so that Roman Reigns will have his chance. There’s also some talk about Reigns making live WWE events in December, although it’s said to be more likely that Reigns won’t wrestle until WrestleMania 31 since Royal Rumble won’t give him enough time to heal up.

Either way, Brock Lesnar’s Monday Night RAW appearances have become official. Lesnar is currently being advertised for the December 8, 2014 RAW in Greenville, South Carolina, which is the go-home show for WWE TLC. WWE officially added the Beast to the December 29, 2014 RAW taping at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., although his exact role at both events have not been specified. According to Wrestling Inc., it’s also possible that Lesnar may “appear at ‘RAW’ the week before on December 22nd from the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN, given that it is only a two hour drive from Lesnar’s residence in Alexandria, MN.”