Coming off a shocking finish to the thirtieth Survivor Series which has fans across the world buzzing, surely WWE wants to keep the momentum of the Brock Lesnar/Goldberg storyline going on Raw tonight (Nov. 21), right?
Of course, they do. And although he wasn’t advertised, they’ll do it with Goldberg, who’s now scheduled to work the company’s third straight night in Toronto’s Air Canada Centre. The WCW legend may now be working several events he wasn’t billed for, seeing as he allegedly just signed an expanded deal with Vince McMahon’s company last week.
They will not have Brock, however. The Beast Incarnate was never scheduled to work this episode of Raw, and is said to have flown home to Saskatchewan after the pay-per-view (PPV) last night (per Wrestling Observer).
No one has specified whether Paul Heyman (who also was never advertised) will be on the show, but Lesnar’s advocate is probably available should the powers-that-be decide to use him.
Does the lack of Brock dampen your enthusiasm for Raw? Or are you just psyched to see what Goldberg has to say following his shocking squash victory, and how they set-up rumored his extended run?