WWE announced Friday that Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton have been fined an undisclosed monetary amount for their chair shot exchange in a Street Fight on Monday's RAW. This is not a storyline angle as WWE takes chair shots to the head VERY seriously these days, especially with all the recent concussions.

“We don’t allow chair shots to the head in WWE,” said Paul "Triple H" Levesque, WWE's Executive Vice President, Talent and Live Events. “We understand it was in the heat of the moment but we take this very seriously and as a result, [Orton and Bryan] were fined.”

Orton offered comment on the fine, stating, "Trust me, it was enough."

Here is the full WWE statement:

Following their intense Street Fight on Monday Night Raw, WWE fined both Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan an undisclosed amount for chair strikes to the head during their match.

“We don’t allow chair shots to the head in WWE,” WWE COO Triple H informed WWE.com. “We understand it was in the heat of the moment but we take this very seriously and as a result, [Orton and Bryan] were fined.”

Though not disclosed, the heft of the fine was evident in Orton’s reaction.

“Trust me, it was enough,” Orton said.

You can view footage from the match below: