As the mystery and intrigue surrounding Brock Lesnar's no-show on Monday Night RAW continues one intriguing note concerning the WWE Superstar's contract has been revealed.
With various reports noting that Lesnar's walk out from Monday's event came after a disagreement with Vince McMahon over the wrestler's contract situation, one reporter gave an insight into the crazy stipulations contained within the Beast Incarnate's WWE deal.
How the other half live
As reported by Jeremy Botter, Bleacher Report's lead MMA writer, part of Lesnar's contract ensure that he is provided with a private jet by the WWE in order to fly him to and from his home. This despite the former UFC star already having a private jet of his own.
You better hope that the rest of WWE's top stars get the same privilege otherwise there could be some serious tension in the WWE locker room.
With Brock Lesnar having achieved Champion status despite being a 'part-time' wrestler there already some within the roster who feel that he is given preferential treatment. The double private jet scenario is hardly likely to help that cause.
Still, you have to admire his team's negotiation skills to get that one past the WWE higher ups. Or perhaps it shows just how desperate they were to have him on board that they were willing to pander to his every need.
The next deal
More important than the lavish extras in Lesnar's current deal is getting him secured to a new contract ASAP.
His current deal expires after March 29's WrestleMania XXXI and there have been protracted negotiations ongoing for months. These reportedly came to ahead at RAW on Monday.
This is believed to be because Lesnar felt insulted by WWE's most recent offer and the terms put on the table. Fortunately, there is no chance the wrestler doesn't turn up for his remaining WWE dates as this would breach his current deal.
Other news though will worry WWE fans. It's believed Brock Lesnar wants the opportunity to fight for UFC while under contract with the WWE should he sign on beyond WrestleMania XXI. At present the WWE are unwilling to allow this, meaning negotiations are yet to be completed.
What do you think WWE fans? Is two private jets too many private jets? And will Lesnar eventually sign a new deal? Let us know in the comments section below...