WWE don't have any TV plans for Brock Lesnar until Royal Rumble

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What does WWE do with Brock Lesnar now?

He's gone from the unthinkable of beating The Undertaker at WrestleMania, ending his illustrious streak in the process, to defeating the likes of John Cena and Triple H, before being crushed by a returning Goldberg at Survivor Series.

In fact, Lesnar didn't even get an attack in on Goldberg before he ate two spears and a jackhammer, ending the match in just 86 seconds.


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Unsurprisingly, the decision to have the match end that abruptly has been met with mixed receptions, but the big question is surrounding Lesnar and his future.

Where does he go after being crushed like that?

Well, in terms of TV roles, Lesnar is likely done for the year, meaning his next TV appearance could be ahead of the Royal Rumble in January, or at the actual event itself.

Lesnar is booked in for a WWE Live event in December in Mexico City, where he will take on Rusev, but apart from that, his work with the company looks done for the year.

Time away from the squared circle is probably the best thing to happen for The Beast Incarnate. Due to the manner of his defeat at Survivor Series, it's best for WWE to keep him away for a while, and then have him return and make a big impact.

According to NoDQ, WWE will announce soon that Lesnar will be in the 30-man Royal Rumble match, meaning he could come face-to-face with Goldberg once more.

WWE are eager to sell tickets quickly for the Rumble, and that is why they are likely to announce it soon, and then following the January pay-per-view, they will focus on setting up the Brock vs Goldberg rematch.

The feud will continue between the two, which will then culminate at WrestleMania 33.

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