The former WWE Champion Brock Lesnar has one of the most iconic finishers in the company which is the F-5. WWE legend Road Dogg recently opened up about being on the receiving end of the maneuver. The star recently elaborated on how he painfully landed on his nose and “private parts” during one of the segments.
Road Dogg recollects the segment with Brock Lesnar
Road Dogg and Billy Gunn had a run as The New Age Outlaws in WWE back in 2013. Once, they were involved in a segment with Brock Lesnar during an edition of Monday Night RAW in March 2013. ‘The Beast Incarnate’ came out after the New Age Outlaws’ match against Team Rhodes Scholars and delivered F5s to the veteran stars.
Road Dogg recently rewatched the clip from the post-match angle and detailed how he prepared himself to take Brock Lesnar’s finishing move. The WWE Hall of Famer said that nothing was wrong with the move’s execution but he ended up hitting the mat nose-first.
He also highlighted that Vince McMahon would often rib him about the spot, as the former revealed on the Oh…You Didn’t Know podcast:
“Here’s how I controlled myself; if you can watch the video, I got to his leg, and I fell down, and I was holding his leg. All I know he had to do was scoop me up, and then this was a running joke for a long time after this,” revealed Road Dogg. “If you see, I hit my nose and my private part on the ring really hard on both of them, and if you’re wondering, my nose did hit first. But like, it hurt bad. The bump was fine, but like, my nose and my privates hurt so bad. So then, it was like a running rib where Vince would make fun of me after that, ‘Ha, maybe Brock can F5 you again.'”