John Cena, Lesnar Sign Contract on WWE Monday Night Raw Brock Lesnar

Michael NargiSenior Analyst IApril 23, 2012

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It was a somewhat awkward and uncomfortable ending to WWE Raw on Monday night.

Brock Lesnar waited with John Laurinaitis for John Cena to make his way to ringside to sign the contract for WWE Extreme Rules.

When Cena didn't show, Lesnar revealed to Laurinaitis why he was late. Lesnar had decided that there was going to be a change in the WWE if he was to sign the contract for Extreme Rules.

And the changes would all revolve around Lesnar.

Among Lesnar's demands were use of Vince McMahon's private jet to travel to and from his appearances on Raw. Also in his list of demands was that every decision that would normally be made by Laurinaitis had to be run by Lesnar for his approval.

Lesnar finished up by demanding that Raw be called Monday Night Raw Starring Brock Lesnar. 

Shockingly, Laurinaitis shook Lesnar's hand and agreed to the terms.

Cena finally came to the ring and debated whether or not to sign the contract to appear on Sunday night. After a few minutes, Cena signed the contract and the two men had a staredown in the ring.

The biggest revelation from Monday night was the terms that Lesnar proposed. It would appear that something will happen at the match on Sunday to negate the terms that were agreed on.

What if the WWE goes through with it though? 

Will we be introduced to Monday Night Raw Starring Brock Lesnar starting next week?

There will be a lot to get used to if Lesnar starts calling the shots from now on in the WWE.