1. Bad News On Brock Lesnar & Universal Title’s Status (Spoiler), Raw Star Breaks Big Record
– Brock Lesnar’s Universal Title defense against Braun Strowman at No Mercy 2017 will be his final televised Title defense of 2017. This doesn’t mean that Lesnar is going to lose the Title (he won’t, he’s currently expected to retain), but that he won’t have any more PPV Title matches in 2017.
This means that Lesnar won’t work the TLC 2017 Raw-exclusive PPV either and the next Universal Title match (after No Mercy 2017) will most probably be at Royal Rumble 2018 PPV. We’ll keep you updated regarding Lesnar’s status.
– Current Intercontinental Champion The Miz overtook The Honky Tonk Man to become the third name on the list of wrestler with most combined days as the Intercontinental Champion.
Honky Tonk Man had one IC Title reign which lasted 454 days (which is the record for the single longest Intercontinental Title reign), while The Miz’s 7 IC Title reigns have now added up to a total of 455 days.