Monday night's RAW featured three hours of television where new acquisition Brock Lesnar was simply u-brock-quitous.
The WWE pushed down on the hard sell button until its collective fingertips turned white as they aired that impressive, UFC-style hype video multiple times, while showcasing Brock Lesnar's greatest moments in the WWE.
What was interesting about the various elements from Lesnar's in-ring highlight reel was that all of his featured victories came against prominent TNA employees.
While all three victories—against Jeff Hardy, Hulk Hogan and Kurt Angle—were certainly critical to the evolution of Lesnar's wrestling career, the decision to cede that much TV time to non-WWE employees was somewhat curious, to say the least.
It has long since been speculated that Vince McMahon is extremely anal about going so far as to mention any establishment resembling competition.
But with multiple Hulk Hogan references in the past few weeks, the WWE (finally) publicly coming to terms with the existence of the UFC and Monday night's episode of TNA: Seek and Destroy, it appears that the WWE either truly does not believe they have competition or is provocatively teasing any and all competitive forces at a distance through Lesnar himself.
Whatever the case, I decided to bark up that tree a bit louder. So here's a list of TNA employees who, like Hardy, Angle and Hogan, all fell victim to Lesnar en route to his ephemeral rise to the top of the WWE.