3 Theories why Brock Lesnar refused to cash in the Money in the Bank contract on Seth Rollins on RAW
- Brock Lesnar was in Beast mood but he didn't cash in the Money in the Bank contract on RAW
It was the last RAW before Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia and the anticipation sky-high. After a substandard edition of the red brand last week, the company was expected to deliver a better episode of the red brand. WWE did not disappoint the fans as we saw a blockbuster episode of RAW with some interesting segments and impressive matches.
Paul Heyman already announced on social media that his client Brock Lesnar would cash in the Money in the Bank contract on RAW this week. Seth Rollins appeared on the Miz TV. The Beast was in the arena and it made us believe that Lesnar could cash in the contract.
Lesnar entered the ring after Baron Corbin hit an End of Days to Seth Rollins. The former Universal Champion hit a low blow followed by some multiple chair shots. Rollins also ate some German Suplexes and a vicious F5 on the floor.
Lesnar had golden chance to become the Universal Champion on RAW and he didn't do it. Here we discuss three possible theories why Brock Lesnar refused to cash in the Money in the Bank contract on RAW this week.
#3 To cash in the contract in Saudi Arabia
It is the second time Brock Lesnar failed to keep his promise in two weeks. The Beast Incarnate announced to choose his preferred World Champion to cash in the Money in the Bank contract last week but he didn't do it. Moreover, he continued to play his mind games this week when he didn't cash in the briefcase on RAW.
Following the vicious attack on Seth Rollins, Paul Heyman was shouting to cash in the contract on Rollins but Lesnar did not agree with his advocate. Lesnar kept telling 'Friday' as Super ShowDown is set to take place on Friday this week.
Lesnar is advertised for Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia. Interestingly, Lesnar doesn't have a match in Jeddah but Lesnar's decision on RAW could help him to steal the show at Super ShowDown. Rollins will face Baron Corbin and it is not likely to be a cakewalk for the Beastslayer. Since Rollins stole the show after cashing in the contract at WrestleMania 31, the Beast might be planning to take revenge at Super ShowDown.