Brock Lesnar has not been seen in WWE since April when he last defended his Universal Championship at the Greatest Royal Rumble.
That night, he controversially beat Roman Reigns in a cage match - even though it appeared that The Big Dog had two feet on the ground before his opponent.
Still, the referee called the fight in favour of The Beast - and he set off back into the shadows, taking RAW's top prize away with him.
FEELING BROCK'S ABSENCE
The Universal Championship itself hasn't been on WWE's flagship show for over two months now and fans are getting tired of it.
The only thing that's keeping them going is the fact that reports suggest Lesnar will be putting his title on the line at SummerSlam.
What's even better, is that he's apparently going to drop the belt - and possibly even leave WWE and return to UFC.
Although that sounds like good news, fans might not want to get too excited just yet - as Lesnar may be having one more feud before that - and it's not going to be a good one.
THE BEAST'S NEXT OPPONENT
According to Brad Shepard, who's been speaking on the Backstage In WWE podcast, the main reason Bobby Lashley was brought back to WWE was to feud with Brock.
Therefore, he's likely to be the next opponent.
"I don’t know why you’re bringing him in if he’s not going to [wrestle Brock Lesnar]," Shepard said, per Ringside News.
"I don’t know what he really adds other than he’s the perfect physical legitimacy to have very similar in size both MMA fighters.
"Yeah, I could buy Bobby Lashley beating Brock Lesnar in a fight, in a worked environment absolutely. But why else would you bring that guy in if that’s not a feud you’re going to go to."
LASHLEY VS LESNAR
With reports suggesting The Beast will be returning to UFC once his contract expires, it leaves little time for him to feud with Lashley, so it's likely going to be very soon.
However, since returning, Lashley hasn't really been able to get the WWE Universe behind him - and a boring feud with Sami Zayn really didn't help things.
So it's unclear how fans will react to the pair if they feud - but it probably won't be well.
On the positive side though, at least it doesn't look like it's going to be Reigns feuding with Lesnar once again.