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Brock Lesnar destroyed Vince McMahon with an F5 to end the Raw after the Royal Rumble. WWE.com is now "reporting" that Mr. McMahon suffered a broken pelvis.
McMahon took a hard fall on his hip, but this is likely an injury angle. Amazingly, McMahon allowed the cameras to roll, and WWE.com has footage for him getting carted out. Making a cameo: Stephanie McMahon. This is all to set up the Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H rematch at WrestleMania.
Watch Brock drop Vince after the jump.
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After initially reporting that Vince McMahon had broken his pelvis, WWE.com is now reporting that Mr. McMahon's left hip was broken in the attack by Brock Lesnar. Well, there's some truth to this.
Mr. McMahon does need hip surgery. But it's not due to Lesnar's F5 on Monday Night Raw. The Wrestling Observer (subscrition required), reports that he's legit injured...
- As seen on last night’s RAW, Brock Lesnar returned to WWE TV and attacked Vince McMahon, laying him out with a F-5.
WWE’s website announced that Vince suffered a broken pelvis. No word yet if this is a real injury or part of the storyline. They posted this photo of Vince being taken away on a stretcher while Stephanie McMahon is with him:
Source: The Wrestling Observer
Vince McMahon’s hip problems are said to be legitimate. WWE had Brock Lesnar F5 McMahon at the end of RAW and then ran with the storyline that the chairman suffered a broken pelvis. The storyline was so that Vince could be written off of TV and get the surgery that he needs.
The change also allows Triple H to return as McMahon’s replacement, which...
- As seen on last night’s RAW, Brock Lesnar returned to WWE TV and attacked Vince McMahon, laying him out with a F-5.WWE’s website announced that Vince suffered a broken pelvis. They posted this photo of Vince being taken away on a stretcher while Stephanie McMahon is with him:
According to a report from the Wrestling Observer, Vince McMahon is legitimately getting surgery on his left hip shortly. The angle with Lesnar was a storyline reason to give him a reason for it. He’s had the bad hip for some time.
WWE.com posted the following story on the surgery:
LAS VEGAS — WWE.com sources now indicate that Mr. McMahon suffered a broken left hip as the result...
The following is from WWE.com:
LAS VEGAS — WWE.com sources now indicate that Mr. McMahon suffered a broken left hip as the result of Brock Lesnar’s surprise attack at the conclusion of Monday night’s Raw and will have to undergo surgery as a result.
After revealing some damning evidence that exhibited Paul Heyman’s connection to both Brad Maddox and The Shield, the WWE Chairman...
Brock Lesnar is back! The former UFC and WWE world champion returned to Monday Night RAW in style by laying out Vince McMahon to cap off one of the most entertaining RAW segments in recent memory.
Report by Noah Mark & Rajah.com.
After Monday’s WWE RAW went off the air, WWE officials and medical personnel came down to the ring to tend to Vince McMahon. He was stretchered out of the ring while JBL and Michael Cole tended to him, looking very concerned.
John Cena’s music hits and he tells the audience that Vince McMahon is being checked out by WWE doctors and “appears...
WWE.com has posted a video, featuring Paul Heyman reacting to CM Punk losing the WWE Title last night. Heyman is informed that he will be facing a performance review with Vince McMahon tonight on RAW.
You can check out the video here.
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Confirmed for tonight's show is new WWE Champion The Rock, Vince McMahon giving Paul Heyman a performance review and more. John Cena and Randy Orton vs. Big Show and Dolph Ziggler...
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