• Brock Lesnar recently made his first WWE appearance since SummerSlam
  • He appeared on RAW last week
  • Lesnar assaulted Bobby Lashley on his return

Former WWE champion Bobby Lashley has sent a warning to Brock Lesnar ahead of Monday Night RAW.

Lesnar shocked everyone, including Lashley, last week when he showed up on RAW. The Beast Incarnate then went toward Lashley to viciously attack him with multiple F5s. A few minutes later, Lashley lost the United States Championship to Seth Rollins.

It was Lesnar's first WWE appearance since his loss to Roman Reigns in their Last Man Standing fight at SummerSlam in July. In addition, Lesnar needs an opponent for the Crown Jewel event next month and his latest assault has certainly set up the platform for a new Lashley-Lesnar feud in WWE.

Lashley was left furious following the assault. When the former eight-time champion was interviewed backstage, he challenged Lesnar to show up to the red brand this week. On the eve of the Monday Night RAW, the All Mighty took to Twitter to send a stern warning to Lesnar.

"Bring you're a** to #WWERaw tomorrow Brock. No more games. No more surprises," tweeted Lashley on Sunday.

Lesnar lost his WWE championship to Reigns in April at WrestleMania 28. He had a chance to claim the undisputed championship at SummerSlam, but he lost that fight too, which was against the Tribal Chief.

Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar won the 2022 men's Royal Rumble match as the last entrant after dropping the WWE Championship to Bobby Lashley in the match before. WWE

Nevertheless, the 45-year-old WWE star has had a massive impact on the wrestling world through his career in the UFC and WWE, which inspired several young wrestlers. New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) wrestler Clark Connors recently expressed his wish to become the next Brock Lesnar in the company's junior division.

While Lesnar's height is 6 feet 3 inches, Connors, in comparison, stands at 5 feet 6 inches. However, Connors' wrestling career is off to a promising start. After debuting in 2017, he won the 2020 Lion's Break Crown in NJPW.

"I think a lot of the wrestlers I model myself after, like I always say my goal is to be the Brock Lesnar of the junior division, you know? Throw people around, get stuff done. Goldberg, Lashley — like all these guys who are hard hitters, they wrestle these short matches, but they don't need to [go long]. You just beat someone's a**, you gotta get it done as quickly as possible," Connors said in an interview, reported 411Mania.