Whenever Brock Lesnar appears on WWE television, it truly is must-see, not only because a Lesnar appearance is rare, but because — with the exception of two weeks ago — Brock Lesnar always destroys everything in his path. Since his return to WWE back in 2012, Lesnar has not only destroyed his fellow wrestlers, he’s also destroyed commentators, camera men, the WWE Chairman, and now, J&J Security’s brand new Cadillac.
When the Cadillac was revealed on last week’s RAW, everybody knew that it was only a matter of time before Lesnar destroyed it, and when WWE began airing the skits of J&J Security driving their brand new car to various locations on last night’s RAW, everyone figured that Lesnar would destroy it before the night was over, and that’s exactly what happened.
After being advised by Triple H to call out Brock Lesnar, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins hit the ring with J&J Security, who drove their Cadillac into the arena. All three men stood in the ring with ax-handles, and Rollins called out Lesnar. Long story short, Lesnar didn’t approach the ring, instead, Paul Heyman found a crate with two axes, which Lesnar used to smash J&J Security’s new car. In the process, Lesnar took out both Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury, leaving Seth Rollins in the ring by himself.
Unfortunately, the Cadillac and J&J Security weren’t the only ones who felt the wrath of “The Beast.” While destroying the Cadillac, Lesnar ripped one of the doors off of he car, and threw it to the side towards the crowd, and while the door was flying through the air, a piece of it broke off and hit a young fan who was sitting in the front row. Thankfully, the fan wasn’t seriously injured, but he was taken to the back where WWE reportedly gave him a good amount of merchandise for free.
There was a fan who was sitting a few rows behind the young fan who was hit that recorded a video of the segment. You can check it out below.
This isn’t the first time that Brock Lesnar has unintentionally hurled something into the crowd. Back in March of last year, Lesnar tore apart the announce desk and began carelessly throwing the monitors, and one of them ended up bouncing into the crowd. But, much like this past Monday, no one was seriously injured.
Being an out-of-control beast is part of Brock Lesnar’s gimmick, so it’s unlikely that WWE will tell him to tone it down. However, WWE could very well prevent Lesnar from carelessly chucking things all over the arena, as someone in the crowd may end up being seriously injured, which could cause a lot of legal problems for both WWE and Brock Lesnar.
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