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WWE superstar Brock Lesnar showed off his brilliant sense of humour during a hilarious skit involving a Kurt Angle fan.
The fan was playing WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain, which features Lesnar as the main cover star, and had him beating up the 'Beast' as WWE legend Angle.
And the skit took an interesting turn after Lesnar crept up on the fan before sarcastically laughing and taking him to task for his actions on the hit PlayStation 2 title.
The former UFC superstar brilliantly performed several different wrestling moves on the fan, which included a headlock, Boston crab and even a clothesline.
Fans found the entire segment hilarious and praised the 42-year-old All-American for putting his superb sense of humour on show.
YouTube user Luigi Turiano posted: "LOL love this video!! Totally made my day. Especially when Brock laughed from behind and the Angle fan was scared xD!"
While another simply wrote: "WWE wouldn't be HALF of what it was without brock [sic] Lesnar xD."
David Vazquez said: "It seems like Brock Lesnar would be a great Sargeant [sic] in the military lol."
A fourth added: "This is so funny."
The fan-favourite Here Comes the Pain was the sequel to WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth and launched in North America and Europe in 2003.
The wrestling title featured a stacked WWE roster that included the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, The Undertaker, John Cena, Rey Mysterio and Batista.
And Here Comes the Pain also introduced WWE legends like Ted Dibiase, Roddy Piper and The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) into the roster.
Game developer Bryan Williams dropped a shock tease in July that Yuke's title could receive a remastered release.
But there has been no word on a potential remastered version of the title coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC or Nintendo Switch.
Here Comes the Pain was the final entry in the SmackDown! series before it was replaced with WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw.