WWE News: Brock Lesnar Signing Drastically Altered WWE's Plans
Since Brock Lesnar returned to the WWE, most of us have been excited about the new possibilities and fresh new matchups in the near future.
As far as the brain trust in the WWE is concerned, though, it's more complicated than that.
While Lesnar brings "legitimacy" to the company, he is also responsible for single-handedly changing the landscape of the company the moment he signed on the dotted line.
Given Lesnar is undeniably a huge name in the sports world, the WWE felt it had to sacrifice a large chunk of its plans that had been on the agenda—that is, until Lesnar stepped out through the curtain.
WrestleZone.com has the scoop:
When Lesnar was signed, WWE decided to scrap the [Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 29] plans for the time being.
Another effect from Lesnar's signing was John Cena's future. It was [previously] expected that the newly debuted Lord Tensai would have his first feud with John Cena.
Suffice it to say, the WWE definitely made the right decision to postpone the announcement of Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels for WrestleMania 29.
As noteworthy as the news of "The Heartbreak Kid" coming out of retirement would be, it would've fallen short of eliciting the fervor that Brock's long-awaited return did.
Not to mention, does anyone have any interest in watching the D-Generation X members battle it out for seemingly the millionth time?
Surely there would be more fan interest in seeing Michaels wrestle someone he hasn't faced before, such as CM Punk, The Rock or perhaps even Brock.
That being said, Michaels and Triple H probably can't help but feel annoyed that the signing of the hottest free agent on the market dashed their big plans for now.
However, the one person who can't complain about the former UFC champion is John Cena.
Being involved in a riveting feud with Lesnar so soon has already paid dividends for Cena, who seemed to lose some of his steam in the wake of WrestleMania 28.
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