Legendary AEW Wrestler Reveals How He “F****D Up” 280lbs WWE Monster Brock Lesnar: “Blood Was Flowing Everywhere”

The Beast Incarnate is the most dominant ring performer in recent WWE history. Brock Lesnar has always been a tough opponent and his accomplishments can attest to that. Brock Lesnar made his WWE debut in 2002 and quickly found success. He became WWE‘s youngest champion and was among the few to taste success early.

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Always skilled in combat sports, Lesnar began his career as an amateur wrestler. He then became a professional wrestler for WWE and other promotions. Post that he moved to MMA. After finding success in the UFC, he once again returned to WWE.

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Former WWE Superstar Matt Hardy once opened up in an interview about how he nearly knocked out Brock Lesnar. Hardy said:We did an angle where Big Show was in the ring doing a promo with Paul Heyman. And Brock was coming out, and I was going to blast him with a chair from behind before the game even started.

Matt Hardy revealed he was already mad at Lesnar. He continued, “And I was already pissed at Brock during the day because he was trying to cut my shit off during the game and it was supposed to be a big night for me too because I was supposed to have a competitive game with him .

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Hardy further revealed that Brock Lesnar already had injured ribs during this time and it was difficult to have matches with him. Hardy said:Brock’s ribs were screwed up if you remember. He had cracked ribs for a very long time and he just said every time was really grumpy. He’s like, it was almost like a problem having a game with him that night at certain locations. He was like ‘Make sure you don’t hit me, don’t hit me in the lower back.’ He said, ‘I don’t want you in my cracked rib. Make sure you hit me on the back.

The 47-year-old then said: “When I came out, I was running as hard as I could and swung that chair as far as I could. Anyway, because I was going to lay on top of him, and I grabbed him with the edge of the chair on the back of his head and cut his head open all the way to the skull. And it was violent. »

The current AEW Superstar then revealed how she continued the match. He also explained that after the match was over, and they went backstage, Brock Lesnar yelled at him and asked him why he hit him during the match.

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Hardy said, “There was like a short segment in our game after that and he fought his way out, and I remember coming in the back and telling Shannon like I fucked him up the air. He’s not going to be happy. I had 12 minutes with Brock Lesnar. I know he wants to kill me. I just remember he came back through the gorilla. He was like ‘What the fuck! What a fucking guy! He was just mad about everything. Blood was flowing everywhere. He said ‘why the hell did you hit me on the head?’ So man I’m sorry! I said ‘I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to. I was just trying to punch you in the ribs because I knew they were screwed but I screwed up, I did that. “

However, Hardy explained that after it was all over, Hardy earned the respect of Brock Lesnar.

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2023 to witness the return of Brock Lesnar?

Brock Lesnar has always been one of WWE’s top draws. He is also one of WWE’s most popular Superstars. Fans love seeing him step into the squared circle. Lesnar has always been part-time since his return nearly a decade ago.

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Latest reports and rumors suggest that Lesnar could return next year in 2023. Lesnar has also been announced for two premium events in the coming year. He is currently the only superstar to feature on the poster for the live event, Day 1. Lesnar is also featured for WrestleMania 39, which is set to take place in April 2023.

Robert J. King