In what is internally considered a big disappointment, the December 19th WWE live event at The Forum near Los Angeles, California has only sold under 5,000 tickets, despite Brock Lesnar working the show. John Cena was also advertised for the show originally, which only makes the figure that much more of a let down.
With the 12/19 date being just over a week away, it will obviously not be a live WWE Network special like his first two live events in Tokyo and Madison Square Garden were, as WWE would have begun the advertising by now, especially with ticket sales not moving as well as one would expect.
Lesnar is also scheduled to return to WWE television in the near future, as he is booked for the Royal Rumble pay-per-view in January. He will be appearing on multiple upcoming RAW shows starting in a couple of weeks.
One RAW date he is scheduled for that is particularly interesting is February 8th in Seattle, Washington, as it is a few weeks after the Royal Rumble pay-per-view, but a few weeks before the WWE Fast Lane pay-per-view. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that this indicates Lesnar will be working three pay-per-views in a row, as WrestleMania 32 follows the Fast Lane pay-per-view in February.