LAS VEGAS - JULY 03: Brock Lesnar reacts after his second round submission victory against Shane Carwin to win the UFC Heavyweight Championship Unification bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on July 3 2010 in Las Vegas Nevada. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight number one contender Chael Sonnen trains with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, former Strikeforce Light Heavyweight Champion Muhammed Lawal wrestles for TNA IMPACT! and former UFC heavyweight titleholder Brock Lesnar is using his Octagon accomplishments to further his World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) career.
Having said that, we're inevitably going to have a pro wrestling post from time to time, so just deal with it.
Well, now that we got that out of the way, those of you who decided to stick around can now get a quick look at what happened last night (May 14, 2012) on Monday Night RAW. Paul Heyman, Lesnar's representative in all things WWE, served Chief Operating Officer (CEO) Triple H with an official lawsuit for "breach of contract."
"As a business man, you truly screwed up, because this is what they call an 'open and shut case.' My client, Brock Lesnar, entered into an oral and binding agreement with your executive vice president John Laurinaitis in front of millions of witnesses on live television and what did you do Triple H? You arrogantly and defiantly and illegally ripped that contract up. You don't get the seriousness of this situation. But you do get this. Consider yourself served. You see Triple H, that is a lawsuit. Brock Lesnar is suing you for the millions of dollars you owe him."
Video of Triple H, who is still in a cast after having his arm broken by Lesnar two weeks ago on live television, getting served with the million-dollar lawsuit, after the jump.