Luis Suarez is facing four months away from professional soccer after being found guilty of biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini during Uruguay's World Cup clash earlier this week.
With so much free time ahead of him over the summer months the Liverpool star must be wondering just what he is going to do with himself.
WWE superstar Alberto Del Rio however has come up with a unique solution. Get Suarez to join him in the wrestling business:
"He should be coming to WWE...The bite can be his finisher," Del Rio told Digital Spy this week when quizzed about the controversial Suarez.
Suarez in the WWE
While Del Rio's suggestion may be in the realms of fantasy we couldn't think of many people more perfectly suited to the pantomime villain role of a WWE heel than the controversial Uruguayan.
And with a certified finishing move already suggested by one of the biggest heels in the business, all Suarez needs now is some entrance music and a few weeks in NXT training camp and he will be ready to join Bray Wyatt and Del Rio amongst the stable of anti-heroes challenging Cena, Daniel Bryan, and co on a weekly basis.
It wouldn't be the first time WWE and soccer have been mentioned together either.
Third time's the charm
Suarez has long courted controversy on the soccer field with his latest biting outburst actually the third time that he has been caught sinking his teeth into an opponent in his career to date.
Add to that a suspension for alleged racial abuse aimed at Manchester United's Patrice Evra, and a blatant handball to help Uruguay progress at the 2010 World Cup, and it is easy to see why the Liverpool star is far from Mr. Popular amongst opposition fans.
Substitute opposition EPL fans with packed out WWE arenas and Vince McMahon could have a real star on his hands.
Del Rio wary of MITB and Suarez
Alberto Del Rio is preparing to take part in the hyped ladder match at this weekend's Money in The Bank pay-per-view. And whilst he is firmly concentrated on winning another WWE Heavyweight title the Mexican wrestler also had some transfer advice for his beloved Real Madrid - one of the team's rumored to be interested in signing the striker:
"To be honest I don't think we need him in Madrid. I know he's a fantastic player, but we don't need somebody as crazy as Luis Suarez," the heel revealed.
When a man who makes a living putting himself in constant danger nearly every day with acrobatic wrestling performances, and mixed martial arts fights, highlights someone as a little too crazy you know there may be an issue.
Whatever Luis Suarez chooses to do over the next four months at least he knows that he is welcome in the WWE.
And who wouldn't love to see him on an episode of RAW sometime soon.