Lesnar carried on with the same schedule even when he won the WWE Championship four years ago and still does the exact same thing even though he is the Universal Champion.
Therefore, every appearance The Beast makes is considered a special occasion as the fans also get to see RAW’s premier title.
According to Cageside Seats, The Conqueror’s next three appearances will take place on August 13, 19 and 20.
More specifically, the Universal Champion will be part of the last episode of RAW before SummerSlam and will also make a televised appearance the night after the biggest WWE Pay-Per-View event of the summer.
And of course the five-time world champion will put the title on the line at SummerSlam against Roman Reigns at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Lesnar’s last WWE match took place at the Greatest Royal Rumble three months ago in Saudi Arabia where he defeated Reigns in a controversial Steel Cage Match.
The ex-WWE Champion has also been linked with a big title match at UFC against Daniel Cormier and the fight may take place at some point next year following their confrontation at UFC 226.
It all started when Lesnar met the UFC Heavyweight Champion and UFC Light Heavyweight Champion at the T-Mobile Arena.
The ex-UFC Heavyweight Champion walked into the Octagon after DC called him out following his historic first-round knockout victory over Stipe Miocic, which made him the second fighter in UFC history to hold two titles simultaneously.
Moments after coming face-to-face Lesnar nearly sparked a brawl by pushing the new two-division champion before delivering a profanity-laden tirade.