Shocking News For Brock Lesnar After Latest WWE Draft! OMG He’s Not On Raw Neither on Smackdown.
The much-awaited WWE Draft is currently underway and fans are excitedly waiting to find out which superstars will be moving to their favorite brands. The second night of the draft took place on Monday Night Raw in Fort Worth, Texas, and began with Triple H announcing the initial picks.
Raw, being the first to pick, selected the current SmackDown Women’s Champion, Rhea Ripley. However, the biggest news of the night was the announcement that Brock Lesnar remains a free agent, allowing him to appear on either brand. This revelation has taken the WWE universe by storm as the draft was expected to reinforce the brand split and refresh the rosters.
Lesnar’s status as a free agent means that he can continue to assert his dominance and make his presence felt wherever he pleases, regardless of the brand. Fans are eagerly speculating on where he might appear next, and his presence on either brand is sure to shake things up and keep the WWE universe on their toes.
Many Superstars Named Free Agents in WWE Draft:
It is important to note that Brock Lesnar is not the only free agent in the WWE at the moment. Following Raw Talk and the supplemental draft, Elias, Cedric Alexander, Shelton Benjamin, Baron Corbin, and Xyon Quinn of NXT were also announced as free agents. They join a growing list of wrestlers that includes Dolph Ziggler, Mustafa Ali, Omos, MVP, and NXT’s Von Wagner, all of whom were declared free agents on the first night of the draft.
While Lesnar’s free agency status has sparked excitement among fans, the Beast Incarnate himself has his sights set on his upcoming match at Backlash on May 6th. Lesnar is scheduled to face Raw’s overall number one pick, Cody Rhodes, in what promises to be a high-stakes and action-packed bout. As one of the biggest names in the WWE, Lesnar will undoubtedly be focused on delivering a dominant performance in the ring.
As the WWE Draft continues, fans are eagerly anticipating where their favorite wrestlers will end up. With Lesnar’s free agency status and a host of other superstars also available to appear on either brand, the future of the WWE is looking more unpredictable than ever.