If it wasn't evident by now, WWE fans are desperate to see Brock Lesnar drop the Universal Championship.
In what was a welcomed title change back at WrestleMania 33 against Goldberg, his inactivity finally hit home as Monday Night RAW missed out on an all-important active champion.
In fact, the last regular Universal Champion that was featured on programming was Kevin Owens.
Since then, two part-time athletes have held RAW's biggest prize, and fans have made it clear that enough is enough - a new champion is needed to appear every Monday.
The expectation from fans at the time was that The Beast would drop the Universal crown at WrestleMania 34 against Roman Reigns, this was down to the fact that speculation had Lesnar leaving WWE and making a return to the UFC.
Instead, he retained in New Orleans before the same outcome took place in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia at the Greatest Royal Rumble.
Although WWE fans want Lesnar to drop the gold, they don't want The Big Dog being the one to slay The Beast, with Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman the two most popular choices right now.
The plans right now will supposedly see Reigns defeat Lesnar at SummerSlam, only for The Monster Among Men to cash in his Money in the Bank contract.
However, BodySlam.net has exclusively reported what Lesnar's schedule in WWE moving forward looks like, and it could be a worrying prospect.
They have claimed that a source in WWE indicated to BodySlam managing editor Brad Shepard that the internal list of Lesnar's scheduled dates in WWE going forward is blank - the WWE hasn't signed him for any appearance moving forward.
They have also added that while the source is presuming Lesnar will be at SummerSlam, based on the announcement made on RAW this week regarding the multi-person number one contender match at Extreme Rules.
The interesting thing about that announcement, however, was that general manager Kurt Angle didn't precisely reveal when that title defence will be taking place.
If Lesnar was confirmed for SummerSlam, Angle might have said that's when the contest will go ahead.
Along with this, the source also indicated that while it's likely that Lesnar will return, the fact that his dates going forward aren't known yet is not only unusual, but also suggests that there could be something else brewing backstage.
Considering there's no clear indication of when Lesnar will next appear, there's no telling when he might defend the Universal Championship, or when he could even lose it.
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