Vince McMahon reportedly 'loved' the arrest of Lana and Bobby Lashley on Raw

Lana and Bobby Lashley are 'arrested' on Raw

Not many feuds go two months in without the two competitors facing each other, but that is exactly what has happened between Bobby Lashley and Rusev.

The whole angle started on the September 30 edition of Raw, with both Lashley and Rusev's wife Lana returning to Monday nights and showing the world what they'd been doing - having an affair.

A storyline one of course, not a real one, but they pushed the PG boundaries with some of the stuff they did in the early weeks of the rivalry.

The two men finally had a match advertised for the Starracde WWE Network special on Sunday, but Rusev's 'restraining order' from Lana continued to plague him and the match never went ahead.

The King's Court segment involving Lana and Rusev is one of the most watched moments of Raw this year on YouTube

With TLC just around the corner, you think that it would be the place to settle this feud once and for all - but if Vince McMahon gets his way, this could rumble on for a lot longer than anyone wants it to.

This past week on Raw, Rusev once again broke his 'restraining order' by coming through the crowd and attacking Lashley after his match with Kevin Owens.

Lashley's encounter with the 'Nashville Police' though who were meant to be stopping Rusev from getting ringside went awry - he was 'arrested' for barging past one of the 'officers' whilst Lana was also handcuffed for slapping the same 'officer'.

According to Paul Davis of Wrestling News, Vince McMahon absolutely 'loved' this segment, and he's enjoying how everything is playing out so much that it may extend past the TLC pay-per-view.

Vince McMahon is reportedly a huge fan of the Bobby Lashley, Lana and Rusev storyline

His source was quoted as saying the numbers for Rusev, Lashley and Lana's segments are 'above average' and whilst that is the case, the storyline will continue.

It's no secret that the YouTube numbers for this feud are trumping everything else on Raw right now.

The initial reveal of the angle has 5.2 million views, the King's Court segment from the October 28 episode of Raw has 7.4 million views, and their 'arrest' on Monday has 1.2 million more views than the next most-viewed segment.

There's clearly some fans of the storyline, more than the ones who are critical of it on social media, and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight for this particular feud.

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