Brock Lesnar booked for three more RAW appearances up until WrestleMania 35

Brock Lesnar

If you're a fan of WWE, there's three things that you can be guaranteed of in life - death, taxes and Brock Lesnar hardly showing up to work.

It's par for the course now that Lesnar does the bare minimum when he does show up, and that is very rare indeed, and when he isn't booked Paul Heyman takes his place.

Lesnar's a hot commodity in both the sports entertainment world and the MMA game, and such appearances on Monday Night Raw are probably very costly for Vince McMahon, hence why Lesnar makes so few.

The last appearance made on WWE television by Lesnar was the night after the Royal Rumble, where he brutalised Seth Rollins after he appeared to challenge him for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 35.

He's not been booked for a title defence at Elimination Chamber and probably won't be at Fast Lane either, meaning that Rollins will definitely get to face the former UFC Heavyweight champion in New Jersey.

It begs the question though, how many times are we actually going to see Lesnar before we make it to the big showdown on April 7?

Lesnar's schedule until WrestleMania has now been uncovered, and to be fair he's making a few more appearances than WWE fans may expect.

PW Insider are reporting that Lesnar will be showing up at three episodes of Monday Night Raw, and that will begin in Atlanta on February 25, where Ric Flair will also be having his special 70th birthday celebration.

Brock Lesnar is scheduled to make three more appearances on WWE television before WrestleMania

The second appearance will be in Chicago on March 18, and the final one will be the go-home Raw before WrestleMania in Washington D.C. on April 1.

One can only wonder how WWE are going to prolong the feud for two months when Rollins is currently hurt and Lesnar is restricted to limited appearances, and there's only so much Paul Heyman can do without repeating himself on a weekly basis.

And with the latest special event in Saudi Arabia coming up a month after Mania, you can guarantee that big bucks will be shelled out to ensure Lesnar performs in-front of the WWE fans in the Middle East.

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