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Roman Reigns Left A Bloody Mess After Brutal Elbow Attack From Brock Lesnar

Josh Lawless

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Roman Reigns Left A Bloody Mess After Brutal Elbow Attack From Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar came out victorious in his second Wrestlemania main event with Roman Reigns and he did so with conviction - having left the Big Dog a bloody mess in the ring.

To Reigns' credit, it took SIX F5's to put him away at the Mercedes-Benz in what was a huge shock result given Dana White's recent comments about Lesnar heading back to UFC.

Lesnar, as we know, takes absolute no prisoners and he fought his Universal title match last night as if he was still in the Octagon rather the squared circle.


At one point in the match, The Beast Incarnate unleashed a brutal elbow attack on his opponent; caving Reigns' head in and causing a shit ton of blood to pour from his head.

It was a near carbon copy to the assault he brought on Randy Orton in the 2016 Summerslam main event, where the Viper was badly busted open and required 10 staples to the head to close the wound Lesnar opened.

Reigns suffered exactly the same fate, with his face looking as though he had a whole lot of sweet and sour sauce poured over him after the insane ground and pound. The amount of blood he lost is quite incredible.


After a hard-hitting slugfest which was dominated by Lesnar, the champ hit his devastating finishing move for the sixth and final time and got the three-count.

Medical staff had to attend to Reigns, soaking up his blood with a plethora of towels and eventually allowing him to make his way to the back.

Topics: Wrestlemania, UFC, Wrestling News, Wrestling, WWE, Roman Reigns, Wrestlemania 34, Brock Lesnar

Josh Lawless
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