Wrestling Manager Accuses Former WWE Champion For Botching 'Press Slam' On Girlfriend

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Brock Lesnar prepares to fight Mark Hunt during the UFC 200 event at T-Mobile Arena on July 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Brock Lesnar is back in WWE, and most are expecting the former champion to face-off with reigning Universal Champion Roman Reigns at some point.

Things are a bit complicated right now with Reigns set to deal first with Finn Balor at the upcoming Extreme Rules event. 

Most are expecting “The Beast Incarnate” to have some role in that upcoming pay-per-view to set the stage for a colossal clash at WWE Crown Jewel on October 21.

The clash will be for the WWE Universal Title, assuming that Reigns successfully defends against Balor.

But looking at the odds for that match, “The Tribal Chief” is heavily favored to prevail over “The Demon.”

While the Reigns vs. Lesnar tussle is expected to be interesting, it is in danger to be shelved in the meantime due to a certain issue.

Sexual misconduct allegations involving Lesnar came out recently. Wrestling manager and commentator Jim Cornette claimed that the former WWE Champion had botched a Giant Press Slam and ended up hurting his girlfriend during their Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) days.

Cornette shared the incident when he appeared on the ThyBostonHeeL podcast.

The OVW was the developmental promotion of WWE back in the day.

Cornette narrated how Lesnar teamed up with Shelton Benjamin with both facing the Disciples of Synn. Part of the script was for the 44-year-old to press slam Cornette’s girlfriend, Stacy.

Stacy was managing opponents at that time.

Lesnar botched the move on Stacy and ended up hurting her. To make matters worse, Cornette’s girlfriend claimed that Lesnar also took advantage by squeezing Stacy’s private parts.

Stacy came to tears and told Cornette about it despite the latter reminding "The Beast Incarnate” to be careful executing the move.


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Given the revelation, it will be interesting if such will become a full-blown issue. For now, most want to see the much-awaited Lesnar vs. Reigns collision. Aside from that, Paul Heyman is also in focus.

Heyman handled Lesnar for several years before aligning with Reigns. This happened after Lesnar lost his last match at WrestleMania 36 against Drew McIntyre last year.

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