• Richard Boudreau, Pro Wrestling Slam! Lead Editor

Enzo Amore Recalls Major Backstage Incident Between Brock Lesnar And Vince McMahon

Updated: Aug 13


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In a recent interview with Busted Open Radio, former WWE Superstar Enzo Amore recalls the 2016 incident backstage, when Chris Jericho was furious over Brock Lesnar, when he busted Randy Orton wide open, during their match at SummerSlam. Lesnar won the match, when he brutally elbowed Orton in the head, causing him to bleed very badly and nobody backstage knew whether or not it was an accident, or if Lesnar meant what he did.


A furious Chris Jericho confronts Lesnar backstage and that allegedly caused a fight between he and Vince McMahon. Amore commented.


"There was a real fight that took place that day in the middle of the Garden. Why? Because when you think of Randy and Chris Jericho in SummerSlam [2016], Randy bleeding out. They guys in the locker room are not smart into the business. Jericho leaves that locker room furious. Gets into Gorilla and flips out and causes a fight between Brock and Vince. Because he in his mind is protecting Randy and the business and he is thinking that Brock is taking liberties on a guy. [No one] in the entire arena whether backstage, in the locker room, in Gorilla, in the fu--ing arena, didn't know what the f--k just happened. Very confusing, because it was real."

Transcription credit from WrestlingInc.com


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