"It was like I was in a Third World country. I just looked at my wife and she saved my life and I had to get out of there." Lesnar's wife, former WWE wrestler Sable, took the six-foot-three, 285-pound giant away from the medical facility in "excruciating pain" and "drove 100 miles per hour" across the border to Bismarck, North Dakota.
Lesnar refused to disclose any details about the Canadian facility he visited, but claimed the care he received in the U.S., and later at the prestigious Mayo Clinic, was far superior and thus was evidence that the U.S. health-care system is the best in the world.
Now I don't want to insult the good people of Deloraine, in fact I suspect Mr. Lesnar could have been anywhere between Moose Jaw and Brandon. Interestingly, take a look at a map of North Dakota and consider all the towns he had to go through to get to the State capital.
Nonetheless, all Canadians should be ashamed that we can't provide non-citizen cage fighters world-class medical care in the backwoods of Manitoba.
UPDATE: The third world facility in question was in Brandon, and they're left a bit baffled by Mr. Lesnar's comments.