Fans of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) were stunned last night when Hutch, the silent-but-deadly bounty hunter from the 1991 film Suburban Commando, attacked pro wrestler Brock Lesnar.
The jaw-dropping assault happened during the main event of WWE’s Battleground pay-per-view, when Lesnar was about to unleash his 478th German suplex on ragdoll Seth Rollins.
The lights suddenly went out, an eerie gong and thunderclap echoed through the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, and Hutch was standing face-to-face with Lesnar when the lights came back on moments later.
True to form, Hutch said nothing, instead just glaring menacingly into the eyes of Lesnar — just as he did to interstellar warrior Shep Ramsay (Terry Bollea) in Suburban Commando, which swept the Oscars in 1991.
Hutch then hoisted Lesnar onto his shoulders and performed a modified piledriver that, according to some sources, has been dubbed the Hutchstone.
It is unclear what Hutch wants, or why he waited 24 years since his last public appearance to make his presence known in WWE, but some fans speculate he wishes to face Lesnar at WrestleMania.
But Lesnar, according to backstage sources, is already booked in a WrestleMania match against a cherry-red 2016 Cadillac CTS.