WWE Super ShowDown: Brock Lesnar shows SHOCK injuries following Seth Rollins attack
Rollins retained RAW’s premier title after beating Baron Corbin but was left flat on his back after the challenger hit him with a devastating End of Days following the bell.
Lesnar then made his way to the ring with a steel chair looking to unleash another ferocious assault, just like he did last Monday night on RAW where he injured The Beastlayer’s ribs, and then cash in his contract.
However, The Kingslayer quickly got back up and hit the UFC legend with a Low Blow which left the latter’s advocate Paul Heyman in absolute shock.
The three-time world champion then picked up his rival’s chair and whacked him in the back with it repeatedly.
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Rollins’ attack came to an end after the champ slammed the MMA hero’s head on his own briefcase with a Curb Stomp.
The Universal Champion walked to the back with his title while Lesnar was left flat on his back in the middle of the ring.
The ex-WWE Champion then got back up to his knees and rolled out of the ring as Heyman tried to help him out.
The devastating attack the six-time world champion suffered was evident on his body as his back was busted open and covered in bruises as well as scratches.
Lesnar limped to the back while RAW announcer Corey Graves claimed his elbow was also swollen and turning blue.
The bell never rang and therefore the ex-UFC Heavyweight Champion remains Mr Money in the Bank.
The 41-year-old fighter is guaranteed a world title shot at any time and place within the next 12 months after his controversial victory at Money in the Bank.
Lesnar added himself late to the annual Men’s Ladder Match and won without breaking a sweat.
His next WWE appearance is unknown but he is not scheduled to be part of RAW next Monday at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.
But his rivalry with Rollins may not be over yet as he still has unfinished business after The Kingslayer defeated the super heavyweight for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 35.
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