Brock Lesnar hits WWE fan with thrown car door

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Brock Lesnar is a beast of a human being that has one hell of a mean streak for you, if you decide to cross him.

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J & J Security learned this the hard way on last night's edition of RAW, where Lesnar whacked out two axes from a fire safety box and decided to take them both to the $55,000 Cadillac that Seth Rollins bought for his two lackies.

But the destruction didn't stop there, and for one unlucky fan it was about to get a whole lot more real than he would have hoped. 


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Car Door Calamity

When Lesnar was done with the axes, he tore off a car door with his bare hands. Still angry he decided to chuck that door across the stage.

It seems like Lesnar doesn't quite know his own strength however, which might actually be limitless, (it's probably over 9000) as the car door flew out of his hands and into the stands, striking a young fan.

You can watch the scary moment here. Keep an eye out for the youngster in the blue shirt being propelled backward by the car door.

Fans in attendance noted that WWE security and EMTs were tending to the fan before bringing the male backstage. He later returned to his seat and appeared to be fine.

There’s no doubt that this was unintentional by Lesnar, but that’s something that he’s going to have to be more careful about. Here's the segment in full...

If he is alright, that kid is going to have an amazing story about how he got the bruise on his head; but that’s not exactly a line Lesnar or WWE needs to be walking now or any time in the future.

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