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Brock Lesnar goes ballistic, F5’s everyone in sight (Video)



As stated by his advocate Paul Heyman earlier on in the program, Brock Lesnar was set to compete on Monday Night RAW for the first time in over a decade tonight. He was granted a rematch after Seth Rollins pinned Roman Reigns in what became a triple threat match at WrestleMania 31 following Rollins’ Money in the bank cash in.

For a moment, it appeared the match would happen. Rollins entered the ring with his new title and J&J Security for a moment before thinking better of it and rolling out of the ring to make an announcement. “I’m feeling kind of jet lagged…and my foot kind of hurts a little bit from curb stomping you and Roman Reigns,” Rollins told Lesnar and the sold out San Jose crowd. “I’m a fighting champion and I’m going to give your your rematch. Just, not tonight,” Rollins continued.

This sent “The Beast” into a feeding frenzy. After Rollins escaped his clutches, Lesnar began dishing out pain to everyone in his sights. He’d crush the announce team by flipping over the table right onto them, leaving them unable to continue for the rest of the night. He’d then F5 Michael Cole; the one man who was lucky enough to avoid the table crushing was not so lucky in the end. Next up it was the cameraman – an innocent bystander in the wrong place at the wrong time.

His actions would bring harsh consequences though. WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon issued an indefinite suspension to Lesnar for his rampage. Also, in a backstage interview following the match, McMahon would promise to hit the now former world heavyweight champion where it hurts the most, his pocketbook.

Editors Note: This is a great way to write a part timer like Lesnar out until SummerSlam where he will return to unleash havoc on whomever is unlucky enough to share the same ring as him.

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