Brock Lesnar Was Hitting Braun Strowman With Real (And Lethal) Punches At WWE Royal Rumble

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If you're under the impression that every WWE match is fake, well, we're here to prove you dead wrong. After getting a glimpse of Brock Lesnar's Royal Rumble match against Braun Strowman and Kane, we will never doubt the authenticity of these fights again. Of course, these matches going awry isn't necessarily part of the game plan, but when you have multiple grown men pumped with adrenaline, simulating violence, something bad is bound to happen.

Below you'll find a full clip of the match. After a certain point, around the 5:14 mark, you start to notice that the fighting feels more and more real. It's not so much the style of fighting that changes, but rather the expression on the wrestler's faces. After Braun Strowman appears to accidentally knee Brock Lesnar in the head, Lesnar's entire demeanor changes — he immediately looks red faced and enraged. In almost a matter of seconds, he reacts by punching Strowman directly in the side of the head.

Again, if you're too impatient to watch the entire video above, just go ahead and skip to the 5:14 mark, that's where the action really happens. To be honest, we're pretty surprised that Braun Strowman wasn't immediately knocked out by a punch like that. According to a basic search on wikiHow If the temple is accurately targeted, the punch will cause the brain to swing violently against the skull lining, causing a blackout.

We don't know about you guys, but that punch looked accurately F'in targeted! We sincerely hope that Braun Strowman followed up with some medical attention. Hell, Brock Lesnar should go ahead and get his head checked too! Raging out like that is not OK and if we can't manage to abide the parameters set by the WWE, he should stick to UFC before someone gets injured beyond repair.

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