Following a bitter, weeks-long custody battle, professional wrestlers Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns have reached an amicable agreement over joint custody of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
According to the terms of the agreement, Reigns will look after the belt on weekends (taking it with him to WWE “house shows” around North America), while Lesnar will have custody Mondays through Wednesdays.
According to Reigns’ lawyer — the same Russian/Texan attorney who represents Rusev — the championship belt “deserves to spend time with both daddies.”
The unique custody arrangement also grants visitation rights to Daniel Bryan, whom many believe is the belt’s most trustworthy legal guardian.
The agreement comes after a tug-of-war for the belt, both literal and figurative, which was expected to culminate in a violent showdown at this Sunday’s WrestleMania.
But the joint-custody agreement has nullified the need for the bout, so the main-event match at WrestleMania will now be The Ascension versus two local jobbers from San Francisco.