Brock Lesnar is one of the hottest topics in the WWE right now after he destroyed John Cena at SummerSlam.
Lesnar dismantled Cena in one of the most one sided title matches this century, and now it looks like WWE fans are about to see a whole lot more of the powerful wrestler in the coming months.
That is because the part-time wrestler has signed a new WWE contract that will see him perform more for the company on flagship shows such as Monday Night Raw.
This is a huge boost for wrestling fans across the globe, with the majority of fans eager to see Lesnar on TV more now he is the World Heavyweight Champion.
The news was revealed by the Wrestling Observer, and here's an excerpt.
"WWE has reportedly come to terms with Brock Lesnar on an agreement that will allow the company to book him as frequently as they want - for a price," the Wrestling Observer reported.
WWE's tendency to give part-time wrestlers the chance to take the ultimate prize in wrestling has courted controversy this year.
It is understood that former superstar and extremely popular wrestler, CM Punk, left WWE because of his anger at being bumped from top pay-per-view shows in place of WWE legends such as The Rock and Hulk Hogan.
And when Brock Lesnar defeated John Cena at SummerSlam, fans were divided in their opinion on the outcome. Some believed that having a part-time World Heavyweight Champion was not best for business, but now that Lesnar has signed a new contract, WWE has the opportunity to call on one of its most bankable stars more often.
The prospect of Lesnar performing on Monday Night Raw is something WWE fans would love. Previously it had been thought that Lesnar would only appear in WWE when it fits his schedule. But this new deal enables WWE to have more say in when they can have him, but obviously for a significant fee.
It remains to be seen whether or not the new deal works for WWE and its fans, but it is certainly good to see the entertainment company making positive decisions for once.
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