The Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar has been a dominant force, a human wrecking ball but also a semi-present entity in the WWE for many years now.
Often he would come back for a big match, put in a few weeks worth of promos and basically give enough for his Pay-Per-View matches to be adequately hyped up and nothing more.
No match epitomised this more than his clash with John Cena at this year's SummerSlam just three weeks ago.
Brock Lesnar was revealed as plan C for the Authority in their search to take the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Cena and he did so in dominant fashion at the biggest fight of the summer.
Prior to the actual match though, only once were the two actually on the same show together and confronted each other, even then, nothing happened.
I speak of course of Hulk Hogan's birthday when this happened.
So before SummerSlam, nothing happened, since SummerSlam, nothing has happened and the only real difference is that Lesnar is now the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
Details have been emerging recently of Lesnar's contract with the WWE which once read that he would be booked months in advance and his feuds would be chosen wll ahead of time as well.
But now, as champion, Lesnar can be booked for Pay-Per-Views and live RAW episodes on a more frequent basis, but the WWE has yet to use that.
Lesnar hasn't been seen since SummerSlam and it is starting to become shades of Daniel Bryan's championship reign.
After Bryan was injured it took almost another two months for the title to be vacated, during which we saw Bryan just a handful of times.
It was the most dry spell of the Championship's existence and this one right now, where the champion barely shows up is not much better.
However the news that the WWE can book Lesnar more frequently is something I hope they will utilize because as was constantly repeated during the Daniel Bryan- Authority saga 'the WWE needs a fighting champion'.
True, it is unlikely that you will see Lesnar teaming with Randy Orton and Seth Rollins in an 'epic' six man tag match to end an episode of RAW, but he has something that nobody else has.
That thing is presence, just from Lesnar being in the building, the show feels different and that is something that I think should be used more often.
So in the end, the WWE finally seem to be doing the right thing in deciding to utilize Lesnar more, and I hope to see the beast incarnate on RAW otherwise they risk the championship once again becoming boring and this time, they don't have a Shield v Evolution rivalry to save them.