Mark Henry injury: Brock Lesnar kimura claims another victim

WWE.com

Brock Lesnar claimed another victim with his patented kimura, this time injuring Mark Henry with it. What a devastating move.

It happened again, everyone. Brock Lesnar, "The Anomaly", as he's been referred to elsewhere, came back to Monday Night Raw tonight (Jan. 6, 2014) in Baltimore and injured yet another superstar with his patented kimura armlock. This time, he victimized Mark Henry, a man he already battered last week, bruising his ribs by sending him through the ringside barricade.

Sickening.

WWE.com got the word from WWE doctor Chris Amann on the extent of Henry's injuries and gave an update on his condition. It doesn't sound good, folks:

"During the altercation, Brock had put Mark into a submission hold that created an excessive amount of torque on his elbow. Subsequently the elbow joint was dislocated in the ring. We brought Mark back into the training room where we were able to relocate the joint and put it back into place. We're now going to send him over to the hospital for further X-rays and CAT scans to see if there's any further damage. We will have further updates following his hospital visit."

It's truly unbelievable that Lesnar has injured this many superstars with that one devastating move. Who can stop this man, nay, this beast, from continuing to unleash such destruction on the WWE roster?

Perhaps Big Show is the man for the job. He may have failed in his quest to win the WWE title from Randy Orton, but that was with The Authority breathing down his neck, screwing him over at every turn. This time the artist formerly known as "The Giant" will get the chance to truly showcase his wide range of skills and underrated athletic ability.

One can only hope he's the man to bring an end to Lesnar's reign of terror.

And here's to hoping Henry makes a speedy recovery from such a terrible injury. Get well soon, Mark.

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