Brock Lesnar showed up to WWE RAW this week, and he had quite an interesting segment with Omos. The Nigerian giant put Lesnar in his place, and left the Beast Incarnate asking for his hat so he could leave. It turns out that he really wanted to get out of there that night.

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WWE fans were on the edge of their seats as Brock Lesnar and Omos faced off in the ring for the first time on RAW this week. The two giants exchanged looks as they circled the ring, with Lesnar showing off his trademark smirk. The crowd erupted into a loud “holy sh*t!” chant as the two massive men faced off, with Omos raising his fist to Lesnar’s face to prove how big his hand is.

In a surprising turn of events, Omos offered his hand for a shake, which Brock Lesnar accepted, prompting a “Suplex City!” chant from the crowd. However, Omos wouldn’t let go of Lesnar’s hand, which led to a brief scuffle before Omos lifted Lesnar over the top rope and onto the floor.

As officials rushed in to separate the two WWE Superstars, Brock Lesnar motioned to them that he wasn’t going to retaliate. All the while, Omos shouted at him to get back into the ring. Of course, Lesnar eventually left, with Omos’ music playing in the background.

PW Insider reports that Lesnar immediately left the arena, with a car waiting for him in the back. He was driven to a private plane so that he could fly back home.

The confrontation between Lesnar and Omos has certainly raised the excitement levels ahead of their match at WrestleMania 39. With both of them showing their strength. It also makes for one amazing photo to see the two of them standing next to each other. It’s sure to be an explosive collioson at the showcase of the immortals.

What’s your take on Brock Lesnar vs Omos? Did this week’s angle sell you on the match? Sound off in the comments!

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