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How Lesnar “Pissed Off” McMahon and is Christian Done with WWE?


In an update to reports that Vince McMahon flipped out backstage over the blood during Sunday’s Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker match at WWE Hell In a Cell, apparently it was not the blood that he was upset over.

Although he wasn’t pleased to see blood, Vince was more upset over the fact the Doctor he sent to the ring to clean up some of the blood was pushed away by Lesnar. It was something that was not planned and 100% shoot.

The belief is given WWE’s strict rules regarding “blade jobs” Lesnar did not purposely cut himself and the fact that he needed 9 staples would suggest he was busted open the hard-way.

There was reportedly no backstage heat on either Lesnar or Undertaker for the blood.

It was reported by other outlets that Vince was at first very upset at the accidental cut that exposed a lot of blood.

I other news the official WWE website has moved Christian’s superstar profile to the Alumni Section of the website which pretty much confirms he is done as an active in-ring competitor.

His last match was back in March of 2014, and he has been out of action following several injuries, including suffering a concussion. They have updated his bio with the following…

“…Christian was out of action for nearly a year with a shoulder injury. He returned in June 2013, once again poised to win the World Heavyweight Championship. Although he never regain the title, he solidified his legacy and left active competition still at the top of his game.”

Christian is a two time ECW and World Heavyweight Champion, four time WWE Intercontinental Champion and one time Hardcore, Light Heavyweight and European Champion. His main legacy will lie with his brother Edge as they were 7 time WWE Tag Team Champions.

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