According to WWE.com, Michaels said:
If, and when, Brock does get a hold of Hunter, what kind of damage is he going to do? Is winning going to be OK with him and then he’ll stop?
That’s certainly not what he did with me. He made his point with me and he took it one step further by breaking my arm. And that obviously is the biggest concern — him doing something like that to Hunter and there being no one there to stop it.
It's not like this is a big leap in logic, either. Lesnar has already broken one of Triple H's arms, back at the end of April on WWE Raw. If you need a refresher course on that incident, here's the YouTube video.
Then, just days ago, Lesnar did it again, but this time he did it to Michaels in the parking lot after another episode of Raw (here's the YouTube video to prove it).
The point is, Lesnar isn't afraid to "go there". He obviously has no qualms about taking his rage that extra mile in the ring, and Michaels is right to be worried about his "best friend," as he calls Triple H. Besides, Lesnar isn't exactly entering this match on a winning streak, and he is surely pissed off and determined to finally win a match.
Combined with the bull-in-a-china-shop image that the WWE has painstakingly scripted for Lesnar, I'm inclined to believe that he's going to be let loose in ways we've never before seen against Triple H on Sunday.
All the more reason to believe that somehow and some way, Michaels is going to make a surprise appearance in one form or another at SummerSlam 2012.
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