3 Things that could happen if Brock Lesnar wins the Universal Championship again
- The probability that Brock Lesnar wins the Universal title once again are very high because WWE may not fail in him in cash-in match.
Brock Lesnar shocked the entire wrestling community by making a return at WWE Money In The Bank last Sunday. The Beast Incarnate not only appeared for the first time since WrestleMania 35, but he also won the Money In The Bank briefcase. This victory has guaranteed the 2-time Universal Champion a world title shot anytime, anywhere and at any place.
Mr. Money In The Bank teased cashing in his briefcase on the previous episode of RAW but he did not do so. It is being speculated that he will cash-in his briefcase at WWE Super Showdown on 7th June.
With the FOX deal on the horizon, Brock Lesnar may return to SmackDown Live with the WWE Championship but given how popular Kofi Kingston has become over the last few months, the chances of him losing the title to Lesnar are very low.
On the other hand, Rollins had a classic match with AJ Styles last Sunday where he retained the Universal Championship. The probability that Lesnar wins the Universal title is very high because RAW is WWE's flagship show.
In case, Lesnar wins the Universal Championship once again, here are the 3 things that could happen after his title victory -
#3 RAW's ratings sink once again
Gone are those days when RAW used to have an average of 3 million viewers week in and week out. Nowadays, the red brand hardly crosses the 2.5 million mark, with the show's third hour witnessing a considerable drop in the viewership every week.
A lot of fans think that the internet is the reason behind the show's decreasing viewership while many think it is the poor quality content which is declining the show's popularity. If we take the second option into consideration, the WWE Universe literally hated the Universal Championship reign of Brock Lesnar.
It was not like he was poor inside the ring but he never defended his titles on weekly episodes. He even skipped the 'B' pay-per-views which left the writers with no major storylines to book.
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Thus, if Lesnar wins the title once again, the ratings will continue the downward trend.