After the thrill that was WrestleMania XXXI and the first ever Money in the Bank cash in on the grandest stage of them all on Sunday night, I think it is fair to say that everyone was looking forward to Monday's episode of RAW.
It didn't disappoint as we were treated to several débutantes from NXT, the long awaited return of Sheamus and several big shocks.
The now former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar was in attendance and gave us all a throw back to the pre- PG era in WWE.
Lesnar ran riot over the show and attacked everyone from Michael Cole to a random camera man who was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The only man Lesnar never actually got his hands on was the new champion Seth Rollins who only arrived half way through the show.
Lesnar's outburst resulted in Stephanie McMahon coming out and officially suspending him until further notice.
Everyone was wondering how long Lesnar would be gone for but most people were expecting it to be a long time.
Backstage reports are now claiming that it will indeed be several months with Lesnar not expected to return until the summer.
The reports claim that Lesnar will now be off of TV until the build up to Summer Slam where he will be expected to have a highly anticipated match.
McMahon suspending Lesnar was seen as a way of writing him off of TV for a while amongst most fans and that seems to have been correct.
Lesnar and his manager Paul Heyman have recently surged in popularity concurrently with Roman Reigns' decline in the minds of the fans.
New deal same Lesnar?
Lesnar's new deal is expected to be just like his previous two with the Beast Incarnate still working limited dates.
It means he is still likely to miss large portions of the year but we can now look forward to having one of the biggest names on the roster at the biggest events of the year.
The previous calendar year was very successful for Lesnar who defeated the Undertaker's unbeaten streak at WrestleMania XXX, dominated John Cena to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Summer Slam and defended his title against Cena and Rollins at the Royal Rumble before the dramatic events of Sunday.
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