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    Brock Lesnar Calls Fan A ‘F*****g Moron’ At WWE Survivor Series

    WWE star Brock Lesnar has just proven that he isn’t somebody you can mess with — physically or verbally. 

    The former UFC heavyweight recently stepped into the WWE ring to wage war against wrestling champ Daniel Bryan for a thrilling match at Survivor Series. However, it wasn’t the combat that made its way to the headlines but a four-word response from the “Beast Incarnate.”

    Shut Up 

    Lesnar spent the first half of the match laying waste on Bryan inside the ring, uproaring the crowd all throughout. However, a highly-excited fan can’t stop himself from yelling at the 41-year-old combat beast, telling him to have mercy on his opponent.

    “Be merciful brock! Just pin him, end it, let him die!”

    “Brock just stop! Paul get him under control!”

    In fact, the anxious member of the audience is no ordinary fan — it’s none other than former IGN host and YouTuber Greg Miller. The 35-year-old gaming personality caught Brock’s attention and gained a torrid reply:

    “Shut up, f*cking moron.”

    Avid WWE Fan

    Miller is an avid fan of wrestling entertainment, previously collaborating with WWE superstar and fellow YouTuber Xavier Woods. The combat sports buff left IGN in 2015 to set up YouTube channel Kinda Funny with a team of co-creators.

    After shouting at Lesnar to stop destroying Bryan during the Survivor Series match, the WWE star was caught telling him to “shut up,” calling Miller a “f*ucking moron” under his breath afterwards.

    In an Instagram post, the former IGN host explained himself and shared how much of a WWE fan he is since childhood.

    “I’ve been a WWE fan my entire life.”

    “My words literally fail to communicate what it meant to be front row at Survivor Series tonight. It’s something I’ve dreamed of since my dad would watch Raw with me in my childhood bedroom.”

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    I’ve been a WWE fan my entire life. My words literally fail to communicate what it meant to be front row at #SurvivorSeries tonight. It’s something I’ve dreamed of since my Dad would watch Raw with me in my childhood bedroom. Since my high school friends and I would drive to the Rosemont Horizon to sit in nosebleed seats to see The Rock. Since Hays and I would drive from Columbia to Kansas City for Backlash. Every time I come back to a WWE event, it’s like coming back home. Tonight, to be in the front row, to be backstage, to meet Ric Flair — it’s too much. It’s more than ever expected. Thank you to all the Best Friends who sent me screencaps of us on the PPV, and thank you most of all to Jeremy Dunham. Not only did Dunham hire me at IGN, tonight he gave me the greatest WWE seats I’ve ever been in. I am filled with love and happiness right now. ❤️

    A post shared by Greg Miller (@gameovergreggy) on

    Front Row

    Continuing, Miller wrote:

    “Since my high school friends and I would drive to the Rosemont Horizon to sit in nosebleed seats to see The Rock. Since Hays and I would drive from Columbia to Kansas City for Backlash.”

    “Every time I come back to a WWE event, it’s like coming back home. Tonight, to be in the front row, to be backstage, to meet Ric Flair — it’s too much. It’s more than ever expected.”

    In the end, Bryan’s strong comeback at Lesnar still hasn’t made himself victorious against the Universal Champion in their battle for brand supremacy.

    Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Brock Lesnar and Twitter/Greg Miller

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