“Grand Master Sexay” Brian Lawler Suffers Fractured Skull & Broken Bones in Legit Fight w/ Former TNA Tag Champion

Former WWE superstar Brian Lawler, also known as Brian Christopher or Grand Master Sexay, was recently involved in a pretty serious brawl with fellow wrestler Chase Stevens.

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Lawler was taken to the hospital on February 18th after police were called to the Fairfield Inn in Evansville, Indiana. He suffered a fractured skull, broken nose and broken orbital bone, and was missing multiple teeth. Stevens was arrested and later charged with battery.

It’s unknown what the two were fighting about, but the police report indicates that Lawler was intoxicated when the police found him on the third floor of the hotel. Wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer noted that despite speculation that a weapon may have been used in the altercation, the damage Lawler took was from fists. Stevens, a three-time TNA tag team champion, was a golden gloves boxing champion in high school before entering the wrestling world.

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Brian Lawler is the real-life son of WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler and competed on WWE television for a number of years throughout the infamous Attitude Era. He was a part of the comedy group Too Cool alongside Scotty 2 Hotty and later Rikishi, and is a one time WWE Tag Team Champion. He was last seen at NXT Arrival in February 2014, where Too Cool was destroyed by The Ascension.

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