Possible Photo Of Brian Christopher After Hotel Room Beating

Not long ago, Brian Lawler, a.k.a. Brian Christopher, or as most WWE fans know him, Grand Master Sexay of Too Cool, found himself in an altercation with independent wrestler Ryan Clark. It was an altercation Christopher badly lost.

Ryan Clark is also known to most fans as Chase Stevens and fans might know him from his time in TNA. He was a member of The Naturals alongside his tag team partner Andy Douglas. Stevens was recently arrested in Evansville, Indiana on February the 18th and for the charge of  "Battery - Serious Bodily Injury."

The story goes, Christopher went intoxicated to Steven's hotel room after an indy show and the two sides got into a disagreement. Stevens is a former Golden Gloves boxer and Christopher being under the influence, the fight was extremely one-sided. The Wrestling Observers Dave Meltzer reported that Lawler suffered a fractured skull, a broken nose, broken orbital bone and had teeth knocked out.

While the results could have been much worse and the reality is Christopher could have been permanently hurt, a photo has surfaced that shows Christopher after the fight. While it's extremely difficult to tell if this photo is a pic of Christopher or not, WrestlingInc. is reporting that it is and you can see how bad the damage was to his face.

WrestlingInc. is also reporting a GoFundMe was created for Christopher. The reason behind the pitch for money was that Christopher had suffered 'a bad home accident' in Memphis that left him with several broken bones. Clearly, that appears not to be true and the GoFundMe post was eventually removed.

There are many comments on the photo of people who don't believe this is Brian Christopher but the story and the timing of the incidents seem to line up. If it is, Christopher has a reputation for being confrontational and this could be one instance where he may think twice before drinking and getting in someone's face again.

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