Watch Wrestler Brock Lesnar Destroying a 2015 Cadillac CTS with an Axe

Wrestler Brock Lesnar Destroying a 2015 Cadillac CTS with an Axe 1 photo
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You may have missed this particular sport throughout your zapping sessions in front of the telly, but you should know Brock Lesnar is one of the most successful wrestlers out there. Having formally worked as a football defensive tackle and professional mixed martial artist, the 37-year-old fighter is a four-time World Heavyweight Champion.
He also seems to be quite upset on the J&J wrestlers, considering he recently destroyed their new 2015 Cadillac CTS.

So here’s what we think we're looking at. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins gifted his security team of Joey Mercury and Jamie Noble (which together form J&J Security) with a 2015 Cadillac CTS. We’re not wrestling fans, but it would seem they helped him in a beatdown of the former UFC World Heavyweight Champion.

What followed somehow is relating to the rules of the sport. It’s what The News Wheel calls “wrestling villain buys brand-new car, wrestling hero destroys new car to the delight of fans and horror of aforementioned villain.” Still, we haven’t quite figured out why the wrestler's deed is something anybody would cheer, nor do we understand how that makes him the hero.

Enough with the faux fighting in a ring stuff, let us take a closer look at the car for a change. You may be surprised, but under normal conditions Cadillac’s sedan is not just a comfortable and agile vehicle, but it’s also quite safe. As we mentioned before, its chassis is both lightweight and durable, thanks to the proper use of both steel and aluminum. Moreover, when folks at NHTSA crash-tested the car last year, it was awarded five stars overall.

All these being said, destroying such a beauty with an axe feels awkward, to say the least, even if it’s for the sake of entertainment.

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