When Brock Lesnar Caused An All-Out Massive Team Brawl In An NFL Game
Brock Lesnar took no prisoners during his ill-fated NFL career after he caused an all-out team brawl in a clash.
The 42-year-old ex-UFC superstar left WWE in 2004 to try his luck at American football and signed with the Minnesota Vikings.
But Lesnar showed he would hold a no-nonsense attitude for the Vikings during his trial with the NFL side.
The WWE champ came up against the Kansas City Chiefs and managed to bring down one player in a challenge.
However, Lesnar would be shoved off the downed player by one of the Chiefs player's teammates.
And the 'Beast' wasted no time in regaining his balance and going straight after the player that pushed him.
The All-American was immediately lifted off his feet and almost pulled off a somersault flip before getting slammed on his back.
All hell broke loose as players on either side entered into a heated scuffle with one another and the official repeatedly blew the whistle.
Lesnar, who would eventually be released by the Vikings, provided commentary over the clip and saw the funny side of the incident.
When he was asked if he ever saw himself making it in the NFL, Lesnar responded: "Well, it was a shot that I wanted to do and I really thank the Vikings organisation for allowing me to get my hands dirty at least [...].
"Oh, look at that. See, he pushed me off off him and next thing you know, look at that: look at how agile I am! Back on top again!
"You see that?"
Viewers found the clip entertaining, with one fan impressed at how Lesnar's teammates came rushing out to help him.
"Brock attempted a sunset flip lol," one fan wrote.
While another echoed: "I think he went for a sunset flip piledriver."
User Mike Jones pointed out: "The way brocks teammates had his back, the extent of how many rushed to his side, shows the respect that had for him. Must have been busting his a*s day in and day out."
And Big White Duck added: "How could you be so stupid to start a fight with Brock lesnar?"
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