BROCK LESNAR has revealed his most horrific moment inside the ring was when The Big Show “exploded with diarrhoea” all over him.
The wrestling legend, 45, currently performs on SmackDown and once headlined some of UFC's biggest MMA fight nights.
“The Beast” has never been one to give much away publicly, preferring instead to let his “Official Advocate” Paul Heyman do his talking instead.
But WWE fans were given a treat as Lesnar took part in a rare interview about his career with Rod Pedersen.
And he had listeners in hysterics as he recalled a battle with the ginormous 7ft tall, 500lbs super heavyweight Big Show.
The horrifying event occurred in the early 2000s after the ever-professional Big Show had decided to still compete despite suffering food poisoning.
And Lesnar learned the hard way that it’s not a good idea to slam a giant with a bad belly.
Pedersen said: “Before long he was doing 300 shows per year around the globe and while he was making millions, it became a real grind. However, he was never afraid of hard work.
“Lesnar told the amusing/disgusting story of how, one night during a show in South Africa, The Big Show had food poisoning.
“Lesnar slammed him to the canvas and his opponent exploded with diarrhoea all over him!”
The amount of time spent on the road eventually led to Lesnar pursuing a career in the UFC where he went on to become Heavyweight Champion.
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He returned to WWE back in 2012 but has only appeared sporadically, penning short-term deals in order to be able to pursue other interests.
Lesnar was on the losing end of the Last Man Standing Match against Roman Reigns at this year's SummerSlam.
It was reported following his return to WWE in 2021 that he had signed a new 18-month contract with the company, which is only now reaching the one-year mark.
Reigns is hoping he never has to battle the former MMA star again – because his body took a beating.
Roman said: "I hope it's the last time.
"It hurts. It's brutal being in the ring with Brock. He's a big ol' country boy and has such a great, legitimate background."
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