According to a report from F4WOnline, Chris Jericho rushed to the gorilla position immediately following the conclusion of the Brock Lesnar vs Randy Orton match to check on Orton’s condition. When Jericho asked WWE Producer Michael Hayes if the finish was planned Hayes did not respond.
Jericho called it ‘bulls***’ just as Brock Lesnar was returning. Lesnar, who assumed Jericho was talking about the match, (according to one version of the story) called Jericho a ‘pu**y’ or simply told him to shut up and mind his own business (in another version). Jericho and Lesnar then came face-to-face and exchanged words.
Lesnar then pushed Jericho away with his fingers, causing Jericho to do what was described as a “Rousey-Tate” forehead press. Another version of the story says that Jericho shoved Lesnar into a wall and the two tangled up as Brock told Jericho to either punch him or kiss him.
Triple H would then step in to break things up, however, the two men locked horns again and this time Vince McMahon came to break things up. Jericho began to yell about Lesnar but Vince interjected and stated that it was all a work and to act professional. Triple H also reportedly told McMahon that Lesnar started the fight and Jericho was simply acting in self defense. Jericho did not say anything else but was angered more by Orton’s condition after his return, but Orton assured him he knew what was going to take place.
Dave Meltzer noted that the finish to Lesnar’s matches are usually kept secret and that only a very close select few know the finish. The belief is that blood was the plan for the finish, however, they may have gotten more blood than they wanted. Meltzer also noted that Brock called Jericho “a bunch of names that could probably get him into trouble if it came out.”
Vince came in to break up the two men after they tangled up yelling “It was a work! It was a work!” After that the whole incident pretty much ended. Jericho and Lesnar are unlikely to face any repercussions for the altercation.