World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) SmackDown Live presenter Corey Graves recently revealed a different side of Brock Lesnar that could melt hearts of the WWE Universe.

While it is known that the Beast likes to maintain a distance from the others, Graves’ anecdote will change that perception for many.

When the status of the recent episode of WWE RAW was in doubt due to a snowstorm in the Salt Lake City region, Graves recalled a sweet gesture of Brock Lesnar when RAW was postponed in 2015. He recollected that WWE had begun to air the Royal Rumble match that had taken place a night before and they had a series of backstage interviews with many WWE superstars as a backup. Graves added that Brock Lesnar paid a lot of money to keep the bar open for WWE Talent.

It was also on that very day when Graves encountered Brock Lesnar in person and admitted to being a bit nervous when he went face to face with him in a conference room. “That night stands out to me because it was the first time I encountered Brock Lesnar in person. I found myself in a conference room sitting beside him, and there was an awkward silence. Neither of us knew each other or what to make of one another other than the fact that I was as terrified of him in person as I had been for years on television."

"So did what any reasonable human would do in that situation: I complimented 'The Beast' on his jacket which surprisingly led to a fun little exchange. A conversation with Brock Lesnar, who at that particular juncture, did not decide to tear me limb from limb. Lucky me,” Graves was quoted by Wrestling Inc.

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Brock Lesnar prepares to fight Mark Hunt during the UFC 200 event at T-Mobile Arena on July 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images/Rey Del Rio

Narrating the sequences of that day, Graves added, "RAW took place in Salt Lake City, UT this week, amidst a hellish snowstorm, and fortunately for all of us, RAW was not canceled. But it reminds me of the time it once was. It was 2015. RAW was supposed to take place in Hartford, CT, and there was a state of emergency declared so the live event was canceled. It wasn't allowed to happen, but RAW still took to the air that night. I was lucky enough to be in the TV studio watching the entire worker bees work seeing what amazing capabilities the TV studio and team could pull off."

"There were a few SUVs loaded up from Hartford. It brought some talent from Monday night RAW to the TV studio where the crew cobbled together three hours worth of actually surprisingly entertaining programming considering the circumstances," he said.

"The show was very interesting. They re-aired the Royal Rumble match from the night before [and aired] a few backstage interviews with Roman, Brock and many others, and allegedly, [the] now WWE Champion paid a significant amount of money to keep the bar wide open for everybody to make sure they made the best of a crappy situation," Graves added.