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5 shocking things that could happen when Brock Lesnar cashes in his MITB contract

Sripad
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21.85K   //    01 Jun 2019, 05:11 IST

Brock Lesnar is cashing in his MITB contract this Monday on RAW
Brock Lesnar is cashing in his MITB contract this Monday on RAW

Paul Heyman has confirmed the date and opponent for Brock Lesnar's MITB cash in. The advocate of the Beast Incarnate has confirmed that the cash-in will happen on Monday Night Raw next week and it will be for the WWE Universal Championship.

The statement from Heyman comes just a day after Stephanie McMahon announced that they will be taking action against Lesnar for his behaviour on Raw this week. She revealed that a meeting was to take place between the McMahon family and the Executive team to see what punishment they can give to Mr Money in the Bank.

Despite Heyman confirming that the cash-in will take place any time on Monday Night Raw next week, the WWE Universe is not convinced that it will indeed take place. However, if the cash-in does take place, there will be no shortage of surprises and shocks.

Here are 5 possible shocks that could happen when Brock Lesnar cashes-in the MITB contract:

#5 – Brock Lesnar wins clean and leaves with the Title

Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins faced each other at WrestleMania and the former Shield member won the title thanks to a low-blow that the referee did not see. While Rollins did not win clean, it would be difficult to see WWE give Brock a similar win.

The Beast Incarnate is built as the powerhouse of WWE and with the MITB contract advantage already in hand, it won't be the best idea to give Brock a win over Seth Rollins that is not done fair and square.

With Brock winning the title, a rematch will be immediately scheduled for WWE Super ShowDown that is set to take place in Jeddah next week. This cash-in might eventually be just a build up to their match at the PPV.

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