Brock Lesnar & John Cena WWE Schedules
Despite appearing at last night’s Winnipeg house show, Brock Lesnar is not planned to be around WWE much going forward. The man is the WWE Universal Champion, but he takes being a part-timer to a whole new level.
Lesnar is currently scheduled to appear at the post-TLC RAW on October 23rd in Green Bay and at the final RAW before Survivor Series from Atlanta on November 13th. However, Lesnar is not advertised for the post-Survivor Series episode of RAW.
Lesnar is still not being advertised for Survivor Series itself. If WWE is planning on moving forward with the rumored Finn Bálor Universal Title rematch, Brock is going to have to show up for it sometime.
As for John Cena, he’s being advertised for Survivor Series, but he’s not scheduled for any RAW or SmackDown Live tapings ahead of November’s big show. The current rumor is that Cena will be taking on Bray Wyatt at Survivor Series.
Charlotte On Main Eventing WrestleMania & Ric’s Health Scare
In a recent interview, Charlotte said that she wants to main event WrestleMania with Ronda Rousey.
“I hope that’s the main event of WrestleMania. That’s my dream. I hope we can make it happen. She really opened the doors for a lot of women. Having that opportunity would be huge. I don’t know what her goals are, but it’s just cool that she wants to be a part of our world.”
There are a boatload of rumors that a Charlotte/Ronda match is what WWE wants, but it’s doubtful that they’d headline their biggest show of the year with it.
As for her father Ric Flair’s recent health scare, Charlotte was able to take away some positives from the experience.
“He’s good. He went home last week. I’d say a couple of positive things came out of it. I had to take two weeks off, which is the longest I’ve taken off since I’ve started. So I was able to slow down and realize it’s a marathon, not a sprint. Having that time with my dad was so great and it also made my dad realize that he’s 68. He has to slow down. They really did tell us that he wasn’t going to make it. That was so hard. They gave him a 20 percent chance and we said our goodbyes and then he made out of surgery and every day, he slowly got better.”