In just two days time Brock Lesnar could be preparing to step out of the Staples Centre in Los Angeles as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
It has been widely speculated that is Brock does become world champion he will have to change his contract because he would have to attend almost every Raw event and all pay-per-view to defend his title, especially Night of Champions next month, where every WWE title is on the line.
That being said, it seems Paul Heyman believes there is a reason Brock Lesnar is still a part time superstar, in a recent interview with Mike Jones from DC101, he said: "Brock Lesnar is not here 365 days a year, so when he appears, it’s can’t miss, it’s something extraordinary, it’s must see, it’s something special. Besides, if Brock Lesnar wrestled every single week, he would wipe out the entire WWE and in three months we’d have no one left to work with!"
This could be true, after all we have all seen that Brock has left nothing but destruction in his wake over the past few months and even did the unthinkable in ending Undertaker's streak at Wrestlemania.
But what if Brock does walk out WWE Champion on Sunday night? Does that mean he has to drop the title before the Royal Rumble or even TLC because his contract is specific on the amount of pay-per-views he can work?
Or, is Brock in fact not going to leave with the WWE World title after all? The company have well and truly backed the WWE Universe into a corner on this one and it seems there are pro's and con's to both men walking out champion and even a Seth Rollins cash in, but in truth the end result could be something that everyone thought would never happen.
The promos John Cena has been delivering as of late show that of a man who is willing to do just about anything to keep his title, and that anything could mean that Cena could finally be about to turn heel and leave with his title. Which would explain many of the on-going rumours about Seth Rollins and John Cena matches after Summerslam.
This could just be another big prediction, would WWE be bold enough to turn the face of their company against their own fans? It would be a bold move, but letting Brock walk out with the world title would be just about as bold as well.