“The Beast” Brock Lesnar is one of the most feared superstars of all time. The current WWE world champion is just a few days away from Seth Rollins at WrestleMania and everyone says that will be the day Lesnar loses the title. Bad idea Seth.
Brock Lesnar was very upset after losing to Triple H at WrestleMania 29 so before one of the Raw held in May 2013, Lesnar entered the WWE offices in Stamford to literally wreck the Triple H office by launching a monitor against the logo of the company. Lesnar made it clear what he thought of Hunter.
In June of 2002, Brock Lesnar and Steve Austin had to face each other in one of the qualifying matches for King of the Ring but Austin left WWE just before. In 2004 we had an “almost” fight between the two since at WrestleMania XX Austin was the referee of his fight against Goldberg.
Paul Heyman has been on the corner of Brock Lesnar from the beginning … about 17 years but there was a time after Survivor Series 2002 when Heyman joined Big Show and later with Kurt Angle. In episode 206 of Smackdown Lesnar had a fight inside the steel cell and not even Kurt Angle could prevent Heyman from falling victim to an F5.
Rey Mysterio and Mr. Perfect also fell into their networks
Brock Lesnar has used many different submission maneuvers throughout his career. When Smackdown arrived in San Diego in 2003, Lesnar wanted to secure the victory over a Rey Mysterio who was returning home and had his family in the front row. With a Power Bomb and a submission with King’s leg on his neck, Lesnar culminated the humiliation.
A week after returning to WWE at the Royal Rumble 2002, Mr. Perfect was facing a Brock Lesnar still in the WWE development leagues. It was a pre-show match but although the victory fell on Mr. Perfect’s side, Brock showed him that he would be one of the greatest with the passage of time.