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What consequences could Brock Lesnar face for breaking Triple H's arm?
DAYTON, Ohio – At the start of Raw SuperShow, Brock Lesnar brutally attacked WWE COO Triple H, breaking his arm. ( PHOTOS)
The attack was spurned on when Triple H declared that Raw and SmackDown General Manager John Laurinaitis had no authority to grant Lesnar the many demands arguably extorted from the GM prior to Extreme Rules. The Game also declared there should be a rematch between John Cena and Lensar.
Remaining defiant towards the COO, Lesnar attacked from behind, pummeled Triple H, and finally locked him in his Kimura submission hold.
After the attack, Triple H could be heard saying "it's broken," regarding his arm. And, the COO had to be helped from the ring by Big Show, Sheamus, R-Truth and Kofi Kingston.
As a result of his brutality, Lesnar was escorted out of the Nutter Center.
The egregious actions raise a host of questions for the man John Cena went to war with at Extreme Rules. Will Lesnar be fined? Will he be suspended? Could he even be fired for attacking the WWE COO?
TRIPLE H INJURY UPDATE
According to WWE medical official Dr. Chris Amann, Triple H is suffering from a non-displaced fracture of the distal humerus in addition to severe ligament and tendon damage around the elbow. It is unknown whether surgery will be required at this time.
Stay with WWE.com for more updates.