“Security guard” has a heartfelt message for Roman Reigns.

“Security guard” Brock Lesnar attacked on this week’s episode of WWE SmackDown shared a heartfelt message about Roman Reigns on Twitter.

The closing segment of tonight’s edition of SmackDown saw Lesnar attack several security guards standing between him and Roman. By the time Lesnar was done with the guards, Reigns & The Bloodline were gone.

One of those guards was an independent wrestler named Stephen Azure. He took to Twitter shortly after and said he had done his job of protecting the tribal leader:

The tweet embedded below highlights where Azure was standing, seconds before Lesnar attacked security personnel:

Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns are days away from their epic clash at WrestleMania 38

At WrestleMania 38, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns will collide in a Winner Takes All Match with the WWE and Universal titles on the line. The winner will leave WrestleMania as the undisputed WWE champion.

A while back, Lesnar did some quick work on Austin Theory during a WWE Title match at Madison Square Garden. Moments after the win, Lesnar was attacked by Reigns. The attack left Lesnar in a bloody mess, and ever since then he’s been determined to exact revenge on Reigns.

Lesnar and Reigns are two of the biggest stars in WWE today, and their upcoming encounter at WrestleMania has received massive promotion so far. WWE dubbed this fight the greatest WrestleMania match of all time. Longtime fans know this will be Reigns and Lesnar’s third WrestleMania match against each other.

As for the “security guard” attacked by Lesnar, he is part of an independent team called Even Stevens. Judging from his Instagram profile bio, he has played the role of a WWE security guard on several occasions. Azure’s biography states that he was punched by Becky Lynch and served Happy Corbin.

Check out the results from the latest SmackDown episode here.

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