Vince McMahon furious with Brock Lesnar for pushing WWE doctor during match

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The Hell in a Cell pay-per-view was on Sunday and the WWE put on a hell of a show.

In what was arguably the best PPV of the year, after WrestleMania of course, Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker squared off inside the steel structure for the final time and they absolutely killed it, with a fight that ended their feud in perfectly brutal fashion.

Vince was Fuming

A lot has been made about the amount of blood that was spilled during the main event, and the two superstars potentially blading. But it seems that wasn't what made Vince McMahon furious, instead it was something else that Lesnar did.


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Pushing the Doctor

According to a report from PW Insider, it wasn't the fact that Lesnar - and Taker as well - had made themselves bleed with a blade that angered Vince, rather, it was the fact that Lesnar pushed away a doctor who was trying to clean up all the blood.

Vince got annoyed when he ordered the doctor to go in the ring to clean up some of the blood and Lesnar pushed him away.

This spot was apparently not planned and Lesnar's reaction was in the heat of the moment as he did not want the match to be paused again, losing the momentum of the encounter.

Everybody knows that Vince absolutely despises seeing blood in any matches these days, and will stop a match on RAW or SmackDown straight away if a wrestler gets busted open.

But, when you've got two old-school stars in the ring like Taker and Lesnar, they are going to want to get some color on them and for it to add to the spectacle. With the two stars sporting the crimson mask, it certainly made the match look like hell.

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