Updated List Of Brock Lesnar's Dates Through Summerslam

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by The GOAT, Jun 15, 2015.

  1. http://www.cagesideseats.com/wwe/20...of-brock-lesnars-wwe-dates-through-summerslam

    Interesting that Brock will be on nearly every Raw from now to Battleground and then half of them leading into Summerslam as well. Well, it's at least good to know that Raw won't completely suck for the next two months anyway.
  2. That's good news.
  3. Awesome news! The product will go back to being exciting again.
  4. Also, despite the fact that he isn't advertised for tonight's Raw (it's possible they want to keep it a surprise), Brock and his wife Sable were seen getting off an airplane earlier today in Cleveland where Raw is gonna be held. Take that for what it's worth.
  5. I'm positive Brock will show up.
  6. I love Brock's character right now, I really do. But I also hate it. I hate it now because Brock sucks at anything he does, but I hate the fact the WWE product as of now relies so heavily on a part time guy.

    I'm not trying to get off topic, but rather say that it's disappointing that we as fans are sitting here saying "now the product will be better when Brock decides to show up." I mean it sucks, yet Brock is amazing. So it's kind of a catch 22. You love and hate it.

    I am so looking forward to this match and i guarantee they're planning a Rollins face turn soon...
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  7. Brock is a tool.
    Don't get it twisted after reading some of his book he seems like more of a decent fella than I gave him credit for.
    However, I don't give a f*ck about him appearing on RAW.
    If I've seen him wrestle one PPV than I've seen him wrestle many. His matches can only go in a certain direction at this point.

    Since wrestling is fake and his persona is what it is booking him is relatively predictable and takes away from the prestige of seeing him on any given PPV.
    Wake me up when September ends and WWE begins booking its top stars with a degree of ambiguity again.
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  8. lol I hope Sheamus is your cup of tea then because that's probably who's gonna be headlining shows as the WWE Champion when the end of September gets here.
  9. To be entirely truthful, Brock Lesnar isn't nearly as problematic as he's allowed to be. I enjoyed his initial 2002-2004 run immensely.
    He's capable of putting together a good enough character, he just isn't required to under current WWE policies so why bother?
    As for Sheamus he, too, is capable of performing well but I hate when WWE insults my intelligence by booking themselves into a corner

    Wrestling ought to be more of an art form, no? Instead, talent is told to behave in a very linear fashion to maximize profit. It's blatant and I'm clearly bored by it.
  10. Interesting, he'll actually make more dates than I gave him credit for.