Brock Lesnar: 7 Reasons Why He Should Have Been on Raw

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Brock Lesnar: 7 Reasons Why He Should Have Been on Raw
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On Monday night, as WWE built toward Survivor Series, Raw visited England for a lot of changes to their Survivor Series schedule. Among them was taking Ryback off of Team Foley, seeing The Miz quit Team Punk and having CM Punk abandon his team entirely when he was thrown into a WWE Championship defense.

Now, Dolph Ziggler captains the team Punk used to manage and Team Ziggler has Wade Barrett, along with Team Rhodes Scholars and Alberto Del Rio. Team Foley has an empty spot at the moment, but has Kofi Kingston, Team Hell No and Randy Orton. Foley is not wrestling in the match, at least not yet.

With all of the chaos going on overseas on Raw, what would another shocking segment do to put this episode into utter chaos? Brock Lesnar has not been seen since shortly after winning at SummerSlam over Triple H, claiming that he had nothing left to prove in the WWE. Lesnar is, however, listed as someone who will appear at WrestleMania 29 and his way back onto television is yet to be announced. On the eve of Survivor Series, Lesnar was missing for yet another week.

While it may seem like any week that he returns will simply be a good week for it to happen and that no specific week seems to stick out, here are seven reasons that Lesnar's return should have happened this past Monday on Raw.

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