Brock Lesnar shocked the WWE Universe when he won the Money in the Bank contract on Sunday as no one was expecting him to be in the men's ladder match, nevermind becoming the eventual winner.
Now, fans are eagerly waiting to see exactly which champion, Universal Champion Seth Rollins or WWE Champion Kofi Kingston, The Beast will cash in his Money in the Bank contract against.
Well, the WWE Universe won't have to wait much longer to find out exactly who Lesnar has in his sights if they listened to what Paul Heyman said before Monday Night Raw went off the air this week.
Brock came face to face with Rollins and Kingston at the end of Raw, who had just defeated Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin in a No Disqualification match in the show's main event.
Both the Universal Champion and the WWE Champion thought Mr. Money in the Bank was cashing in his contract at this point, but it turned out he was just teasing one.
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After The Beast backed away from the two champions and made his way back up the ramp, Heyman said to his client that they should come back next week to reveal who he'll cash in his Money in the Bank contract against.
Although it's just a rumour at this point, it's widely expected that next week, Lesnar will announce that he will be cashing in his Money in the Bank contract at Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia on June 7.
Mr. Money in the Bank is currently being advertised for the Saudi Arabia show, but he is yet to be booked in a match.
Speculation has suggested that Lesnar and Rollins will face each other again with the Universal Championship on the line at Super ShowDown since the two previously fought against each other at WrestleMania 35.
However, there's every good chance as well that WWE books The Beast to cash in against Kingston in order to freshen things up and to try and entice more people to watch their weekly programming, improving ratings in the process.
We'll have to wait and see as to who Lesnar will be cashing in his Money in the Bank contract against, but we should know exactly when that will happen next week on Raw.News Now - Sport News