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Jericho Discusses Altercation With Brock Lesnar

(Chris Jericho on the WWE mic)

WWE Superstar Chris Jericho appeared on the “You’re Welcome with Chael Sonnen” podcast and was fairly blunt when discussing what happened between him and former WWE and UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar backstage in Brooklyn.

“I just thought the finish of that match was very brutal and very violent, and I just didn’t know if Randy was ok.” Said Jericho “I said something and he said something, next thing you know we’re nose-to-nose kinda yelling at each other and it diffused fairly quickly.” Y2J adds, “Brock is a trained fighter and he’s a beast, but I’m not the type of person to back down from anybody.”

The First Ever Undisputed Champion also noted that the finish of Lesnar’s match was none of his business … however, he explained, “When I see a friend of mine lying in a pool of his own blood, whether it’s a work or not, that’s real blood. That’s a real concussion that he suffered.  So I wanna go check and see if he’s ok.”

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