Let's take a look at the schedule Brock Lesnar will reportedly be working based on advertisements in the lead up to WrestleMania 29 on April 7 in New Jersey.
We're officially on the "Road to WrestleMania" and that means Brock Lesnar is once again back in our lives.
But how often are we going to see him on WWE television?
As expected, he has a limited number of dates he'll be working and each one of those dates is a Monday Night Raw show. He won't be working SmackDown while he's around, at least not for the time being. Here are the dates Brock is advertised for between now and WrestleMania 29 on April 7 in New Jersey:
Feb. 4 in Atlanta
Feb. 25 in Dallas
March 11 in Indianapolis
April 1 in Washington D.C.
That is an incredibly light schedule, though it is subject to change. An interesting note many have pointed out is that current WWE Champion The Rock is not advertised for any of these dates other than the WrestleMania go home show. I'm not sure that has any real significance as of right now and again, all of this is subject to change and likely will before we get to any of these dates.
With Lesnar, though, he has always had a limited number of dates on his contract and this could be all we see of him. That certainly means Paul Heyman will be sticking around to do his bidding and any way we can get more Paul Heyman in our lives we should be happy about.