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Ezekiel Takes Lie Detector Test To Prove He is Not His Brother Elias

Since Ezekiel stepped onto the WWE scene, there have been questions about his true identity.

Ezekiel Walking To The Ring

On Monday Night Raw, Ezekiel went to great lengths to prove he is who he says he is.

The ultra mysterious Ezekiel first appeared earlier this month on “Raw After WrestleMania,” interrupting Kevin Owens’ as he tried to blame a back injury for his WrestleMania defeat to WWE legend “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.

Both the crowd and Owens alike were confused by the new Superstar’s appearance as he bore a striking resemblance to Elias, just without a beard.

But he insisted that he is “Elias’ younger brother,” Ezekiel.

Owens, who stormed off during Ezekiel’s initial appearance after calling him a liar, was present on Monday as Ezekiel underwent a lie detector test get to the bottom of the matter.

“You’re going to get exposed right now,” Owens told Ezekiel.

Chad Gable administered the test, after Owens apparently paid him 150 Canadian dollars for it, and asked him a series of questions. But the biggest one was “Is your name Ezekiel?”

Ezekiel said yes and Gable determined that he was “telling the truth.” He also passed when he said that Elias is his older brother.

Owens couldn’t and didn’t believe it. He then bickered with Gable over the test results, calling him a fool.

Ezekiel in turn confronted Owens and told him, “I am tired of being called a liar by you, the biggest liar in WWE.”

Owens insists though that Ezekiel is dishonest. 

“You’re going to admit that you are Elias or else.”

“Or else what?” Ezekiel asked. In true Owens-fashion, he responded by storming off as Gable took the opportunity to take some cheap shots at a distracted Ezekiel.

Watch WWE Raw Mondays at 8/7c on USA Network.

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