Video: Brock Lesnar returns to WWE to attack Vince McMahon on Monday Night Raw

Brock Lesnar finally made his return to WWE during last night's (Jan. 28, 2013) episode of Monday Night Raw.

He's back!

During the main event segment on Monday Night Raw last night (Jan. 28, 2013) in Las Vegas, WWE Chairman of the Board Vince McMahon played video tape that proved once and for all, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Paul Heyman has been working with The Shield, paying the trio to do his bidding.

Brad Maddox, too.

Once Heyman was called out, he lied and lied but McMahon didn't buy it and was just about to fire him from the company when Brock Lesnar's music hit. He came to the ring, told Heyman to get in a corner, and delivered an F-5 to McMahon.

Just like that, he's back to being the beast we always loved.

Heyman, of course, played his role so spectacularly that it embarrasses most of the rest of the performers on the roster. His terrified calls asking "what did you do" while Lesnar stood over a downed McMahon added a perfect touch to an already awesome segment.

This also seems to point very obviously towards Lesnar vs. Triple H with "The Game" returning at some point to get revenge for his father-in-law. We shall see.

For complete results and the live blog from Raw last night click here.

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