As WWE news goes, anything to do with Brock Lesnar and John Cena these days counts as pretty huge news. And the latest Royal Rumble update on two of WWE's biggest superstars will leave wrestling fans across the globe scratching their heads.
For weeks and months now we have all thought that Brock Lesnar will defend his WWE Heavyweight Championship belt at Royal Rumble. But if new reports are to be believed, new advertising for the Royal Rumble event would suggest that Lesnar will not defend his belt against Cena.
The new advertising states that Cena - along with injured superstar Roman Reigns - will be participating in the 30-man Royal Rumble match which is set to take place in January.
Lesnar vs Cena off?
It is understood that Lesnar is being advertised for the December 8th edition of Monday Night Raw, and some dirt sheets have suggested that both Brock Lesnar and John Cena could come to blows on that addition of Raw.
"As noted earlier, Lesnar is being advertised for the December 8th RAW in Greenville, SC, which is the go-home show for WWE's TLC event, so there's a possibility that Lesnar vs. Cena could take place at that show," nodq.com reported on Tuesday.
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Brock has dominated WWE this year
Whenever Brock Lesnar does appear on our screens next, it's sure to be an explosive event. Lesnar's character has been given a huge reputation boost this year with the WWE putting a huge emphasis on turning Lesnar into even more of a beast than he already is.
The Undertaker was the first one to taste the brutal force of Lesnar this year in a major event. Lesnar broke The Undertaker's WrestleMania streak in April, before he completely dismantled John Cena at SummerSlam in one of the most one sided main events in WWE history.
Despite his success this year, Brock Lesnar still might not sign a new WWE deal. The wrestling company want to sign the superstar wrestler to a deal that gives them more right to book him when they want, but as of yet, Lesnar has not signed a new deal yet.
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