Pro Wrestler Bobby Lashley is back to WWE after taking a break for more than a decade from the company. The 41year-old former ECW champion returned on Monday night on Raw and attacked Elias.
WWE positioned Bobby as a star in the making during his first run. But later, he moved to Impact Wrestling that he would become a world champion.
Bobby held the Impact World Championship on four occasions - most recent championship in January 2017.
Bobby, who performs on the Raw brand, also embarked on a mixed martial arts career and compiled a 15-2 record while fighting for promotions.
Like many other wrestling stars who have left WWE to return years later, Bobby has improved significantly compared to his first run with the company.
During his first run in Stamford, the professional wrestler bagged both the ECW and US titles. However, his greatest accomplishment was when he played avatar for Donald Trump against Vince McMahon at WrestleMania 23.
Back in 2008, Bobby suffered a six-month injury layoff back and it was the precursor for Bobby's release, after which he competed in MMA along with his independent bookings.
The only question is how long WWE waits before inserting him into the world title scene on Raw or SmackDown Live.