WWE 'Raw' Rusev and Lana: Bobby Lashley, Rusev Comment on Shock Kiss

WWE's Monday Night Raw season premiere ended on a shocking moment when superstars Bobby Lashley and Lana returned from their respective hiatuses—and promptly made out in full view of Lana's husband, Rusev.

Lashley interrupted the main event match between Rusev and Universal Champion Seth Rollins during Monday's episode on USA Network. He then brought out Lana, as a baffled Rusev watched on.

Lashley and Lana proceeded to kiss at the top of the stage, with Lana wrapping her leg around the burly superstar:

There was a collective "WTF?" from Rusev, the announce team and fans as Raw went off the air. The show-ending scene raises many questions: Are Rusev and Lana over? Or is Lana cheating on her husband with Lashley?

There were no clear answers on Raw or on Twitter after the episode concluded, but Lashley and Rusev both commented—in their own way—on what transpired.

Lashley shared a photo of the kiss between him and Lana, writing: "Mmmm...tastes like strawberry."

Mmmm...tastes like strawberry 😉 pic.twitter.com/fy6S4uSkX8

— Bobby Lashley (@fightbobby) October 1, 2019

WWE's resident Bulgarian brute Rusev simply tweeted: "......"


— Rusev (@RusevBUL) October 1, 2019

It looks like fans will have to wait until next Monday's Raw for answers about the love triangle.

Rusev, Lashley and Lana have all been on hiatuses from WWE television in recent months, though Rusev returned to Raw a couple of weeks ago—minus his wife. Lana was last seen around WrestleMania time in April.

Outside of the WWE ring and scripted storylines, Rusev—real name Miroslav Barnyashev—and Lana (real name C.J. Perry)—are a real-life married couple. They got married in July 2016 in Malibu with guests including fellow WWE stars Natalya, Renee Young and Brie and Nikki Bella. The wedding was filmed for E!'s reality show Total Divas.

The couple's real-life marriage was incorporated into WWE storylines, resulting in an infamous segment on Raw in which Lana ended up falling face-first into a wedding cake courtesy of Rusev's rival at the time, Roman Reigns.

Last Friday, Rusev shared on Instagram that he had officially become a U.S. citizen, 14 years after moving to the States from Bulgaria.

He shared a photo of himself holding a U.S. flag and wrote: "It's was a long road. 14 years in the making. So much hardship and obstacles along the way, but in the end who cares! I'm proud to be an American!"

In another Instagram post, Rusev shared footage of his citizenship celebrations—wearing Stars-and-Stripes-themed glasses and cutting into a U.S. flag cake.

He captioned the clip: "Congrats to me for finally becoming a US citizen !!!!!!!! USA! USA ! USA !!!!"