WWE Over the Limit 2012: Why Brock Lesnar Must Show at WWE PPV
The show desperately needs a villain, and the WWE has no greater bad guy at this time than Lesnar.
He infamously told fans through Paul Heyman on Monday Night Raw, "I don't care about Triple H. I don't care about you people. And I don't care about the corporate suits at WWE because, I, Brock Lesnar, am never coming back."
We all know that this is just part of a larger script.
Lesnar is a huge draw wherever he goes, whether it be MMA or the WWE. His haughty attitude and larger-than-life personality goes right along with his massive frame and athletic prowess, and the way he trashed John Cena on Raw last month was pure genius.
People love to see Lesnar's brash act on the stage, and the WWE would be smart to keep him in the spotlight while he's still a hot commodity.
This is pure speculation on my part, but Lesnar could take over the main event at Over the Limit as a special guest referee. That would be one of the most controversial—therefore excellent for ratings—things the WWE could dream up for this big event.
ProWrestling.net details the stipulations for the Cena vs. John Laurinaitis match. One of the things that the two sides agreed upon for the match is that there is to be no special guest referee and absolutely no interference from any other wrestler upon pain of termination with the company.
Do you want to see Lesnar on Over the Limit?
Who better to break the rules than Lesnar?
Lesnar must show up to Over the Limit if the WWE hopes to make the most out of the tremendous buzz surrounding his multiple lawsuits and contractual demands. They are one of the best shows on television, and so far they have scripted Lesnar's bad-boy status to perfection.
It's time for the icing on the cake.
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