Brock Lesnar performs in the opening match at a WWE house show, losing to Tye Dillinger.
Brock Lesnar performs in the opening match at a WWE house show, losing to Tye Dillinger.

Professional wrestler Brock Lesnar admitted today he is getting “burned out” performing nightly at non-televised “house shows” and is eager to get back on World Wrestling Entertainment television programming as soon as possible.

Despite a domineering victory over Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania, Lesnar hasn’t appeared on television in nearly two months, but wrestled this week in Poughkeepsie, Schenectady, Utica, and Flint.

The Beast Incarnate has been quietly “repackaged” as a plumber character, and has losing opening matches against NXT wrestlers being groomed for the main roster.

Lesnar’s advocate and nanny, Paul Heyman, has reportedly been lobbying WWE brass for weeks to put his client back on Raw, but has been told that the company’s Creative Team has “nothing for him.”

Lesnar is hoping to climb back up the WWE ladder by landing a role on Total Divas.