On Monday Night Raw, the WWE Universe witnessed one of Brock Lesnar's most vicious attacks as he took out the rage he had for Seth Rollins on his security Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury.
He took Noble down with the Kimura lock before suplexing Mercury over the bonnet of the car and into the windscreen, breaking it in the process.
This is just two weeks after he broke the ribs of Noble in another assault.
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WWE.com released the following regarding their injuries:
"In addition to suffering a fracture in his arm from Brock Lesnar’s Kimura Lock, Jamie Noble also required 12 stitches in his back after being cut from windshield glass, all while still healing from his previously broken ribs."
"WWE.com can also confirm that Joey Mercury suffered a bruised spleen and re-aggravated a prior, serious neck injury, all as a result of Lesnar’s suplex on the hood of the car. Both members of J&J Security will be out of action indefinitely."
The report continued: "Both Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury suffered injuries at the hands of Brock Lesnar during The Beast’s attack of the security twosome on Raw."
"Noble, who was trapped in Lesnar’s Kimura Lock, suffered a broken arm, while Mercury, who was suplexed on top of J&J’s customized Cadillac, only suffered mild contusions as a result of the attack."
It seems that the words "indefinitely" could refer to the fact that the duo are not coming back to WWE TV any time soon.
That means with Kane in Hawaii on vacation and J&J Security out injured, Seth Rollins will have to face Brock alone on the go home episode of Raw before Battleground.
He will only have Stephanie McMahon and Triple H to turn to. Given the speculation heading into Battleground is Triple H could be set to turn on his golden boy, it wouldn't be a wise idea for him to rely on the COO.
This is great booking from WWE if they have taken J&J Security out of the equation because this is the time that the WWE World Heavyweight Champion needs to prove he is good enough to hold that championship.
He stole the title at WrestleMania and he has had help in every match where he has retained it ever since.
Maybe now it's time for Seth Rollins to prove that he doesn't need the help of The Authority to pass his biggest test to date.