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Brock Lesnar Almost Got Into A Real-Life Fight Backstage At WWE Crown Jewel 2019

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• Brock Lesnar Almost Got Into A Real-Life Fight Backstage At WWE Crown Jewel 2019

At the WWE Crown Jewel 2019 event in Saudi Arabia, Brock Lesnar defeated Cain Velasquez to retain the WWE Championship.

Tyson Fury also wrestled at this event, where he defeated Braun Strowman via count-out.

Fury’s full team was backstage at this event, and it almost resulted in a fight.

According to IFL TV host Kugan Cassius, Tim Allcock (a member of Fury’s team) challenged Lesnar to a fight:

“He offered out Brock Lesnar. It didn’t go down too well, to be honest with you. It was in the corridor, and Tim was just looking over at Brock Lesnar.

I think Brock Lesnar, according to Tim, said to him, ‘What are you looking at?’ and he went, ‘What do you mean what am I looking at? What, do you want a fight or something? Come on, then.’

And then there was a complaint made about Tim over that comment, but Tim was saying, ‘I was ready.’”

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran “Wildcat” Chris Harris celebrates his 49th birthday today.

Harris was used on weekly C-Shows like WCW Worldwide & WCW Saturday Night during his 2000-2001 WCW run, but was not among the wrestlers that were signed to a WWF deal when Vince McMahon bought the company in March 2001.

He also portrayed a Fake Sting at the Halloween Havoc 2000 PPV.

Together with fellow WCW Veteran James Storm, Chris was placed in a Tag Team called America’s Most Wanted by TNA Total Nonstop Action! in 2002.

They split as a team (storyline wise) in 2006, but Harris remained on TNA contract till he left in early 2008.

Right away he was signed by the WWE and became known as ‘Braden Walker’ on the ‘ECW on ScyFy’ roster.

The character lasted for 1 month, before he was fired from his World Wrestling Entertainment contract.


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