Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar, who sashayed his way back to the land of professional wrestling just last month, is getting a lot of mileage out of his run inside the Octagon.
After using a Kimura submission hold to injure John Cena at World Wrestling Federation's (WWE) Extreme Rules pay-per-view (PPV) on Sunday night (April 29, 2012), Lesnar once again applied the arm lock inside the squared circle, torquing it long enough (and hard enough) to break the arm of WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H on Monday Night RAW.
Art imitating life.
The same hold was applied by Lesnar's former rival, Frank Mir, when he snapped the arm of Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 140 last December. While "The Brockness Monster" didn't really break anyone's arm, it's interesting to watch the WWE take advantage of the violent side of mixed martial arts (MMA) to help push Lesnar as a maniac unleashed.
See what happens when the Kimura gets applied for real, as well as the devastating consequences it had for "Minotauro" in Toronto, after the jump.
To see how far Nogueira has come since the injury (he already has his next fight booked) click here.