I could share a variety of anecdotes about people I know who have had to suppress rage from being violated, but I'm just not up to it right now.
Also @zago I read in your comments a sense that socio/psychopathy are an authentic state when you compared these to lions. Realize that those conditions result from parents leaving their infant to scream alone in a crib, from parents treating the child with complete dismissal, disrespect, and harm. Lions do not treat their cubs in such a manner. Just consider that early childhood harm leaves an individual in a state of complete internal powerlessness and rage. This is not the empowerment of an instinctual predator. It is a coping mechanism that overcompensates for vulnerability. Consider the internal state of someone hard-wired to feel absolute neglect and abuse vs. the internal state of a a powerful, instinctual predator. I suggest these two internal states are more different than you are assuming. Edit: Actually the equivalent condition in lions might be when you see one abused and filled with reactive rage at a zoo or carnival.