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Paul Heyman’s client, Brock Lesnar, is overpaid.

Professional wrestler Brock Lesnar, who shockingly ended the Undertaker’s 21-match winning streak at WrestleMania, has also just broken the Undertaker’s streak of consecutive episodes of WWE Raw on which he has not appeared.

Lesnar, despite earning a six-figure salary and attaining incredible notoriety after his WrestleMania 30 victory, has been conspicuously absent from World Wrestling Entertainment’s flagship weekly show.

Lesnar’s manager and mouthpiece Paul Heyman has been unsurprisingly vocal about this new milestone:

“My client, Brock Lesnar, conquered the Undertaker’s non-appearance streak at Raw,” said Heyman, then repeating the phrase seven more times.

According to sources within the wrestling industry, Lesnar is scheduled to appear on Raw “at least once between now and 2017” (although those sources have an accuracy¬†rate slightly less impressive than Barry Horowitz’s win-loss record).

Whenever Lesnar does reappear, he is expected to ambush someone, hit them with his trademark “F5” maneuver, screech like a wounded condor, and then laugh all the way to the bank.