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That wasn’t nice. Wrestlers have quite the difficult job, as they are required to make fans either love or hate them while realizing that what they are seeing might not be on the up and up. That is a tricky situation, but there are ways that villains can do various evil things which will drive fans crazy. That was the case this week at Monday Night Raw, but things were a little backwards.

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During his most recent run with WWE, Brock Lesnar has been a babyface for an extended period of time in several years. This has included wearing a cowboy hat and speaking to the fans when he comes to the ring. A clip from this week’s Monday Night Raw has made its way to Twitter, showing Lesnar putting his hat on a young fan and then taking it back. This aired during Lesnar’s entrance on the television broadcast.

He might need some work. Check out Lesnar messing with a kid and his recent efforts:

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Opinion: I don’t think Lesnar meant to mess with the kid but that might not have come off in the best way. It was nice of him to let the kid hold the hat for a bit but taking it back was a bit more villainish than I think Lesnar intended. What matters is that the fans are still responding to him though, which is a lot more than several other current wrestlers are able to say.

What did you think of Lesnar and the fan? What will Lesnar do at WrestleMania 39? Let us know in the comments below.

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