Brock Lesnar fined by WWE

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Well, he had to pay for his dastardly actions at the Royal Rumble.

Brock Lesnar viciously attacked Big Show at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view (PPV) this past Sunday night (Jan. 26, 2014) at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He attacked him before their match, and he attacked him after their match. The result was an injured Show.

And now a fine for Lesnar.

Indeed, WWE.com brings word that "THE BEAST'S" wallet is being hit just as hard as those nasty chair shots he was delivering to his innocent foe:

Following his actions toward the referee at Sunday's Royal Rumble event, WWE has fined Brock Lesnar $10,000. The ruling came down less than 48 hours after The Anomaly delivered an onslaught to Big Show at the pay-per-view in Pittsburgh.

Well deserved, if you ask me. His dastardly actions had to be punished!

In addition to what he did to Big Show, Lesnar laid out former Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes and Goldust during their title rematch on Monday Night Raw just last night in Cleveland. He has yet to be punished for that, but there's little doubting WWE will dole out its own brand of justice here.

Right?

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