Brock Lesnar In WWE: Top 5 Brutal Matches Involving of Beast

As Brock Lesnar prepares to battle Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship on October 21, here are five of the Beast’s best WWE bouts. Brock Lesnar, a five-time WWE champion, has established himself as one of the most powerful WWE figures in recent years. He is expected to compete for the WWE Universal Championship title against Roman Reigns on October 21 at the 2021 WWE Crown Jewel. During the WWE Drafts 2021, he was declared a free agent after not being drafted into any of the WWE brands.

Lesnar previously competed for the WWE Smackdown brand and most recently for the WWE RAW brand during his Wrestlemania 35 match against Drew McIntyre. He returned to WWE during SummerSlam 2021, where he feuded with Roman Reigns. With the highly anticipated bout between Lesnar and Reigns now less than a fortnight away, here’s a look ahead.

Brock Lesnar vs CM Punk at SummerSlam 2013

This SummerSlam 2013 bout between Lesnar and Punk is widely recognized as the former’s finest match of the last decade, and probably his best. CM Punk battled back against everything Lesnar threw at him during the bout, coming dangerously close to victory. However, Paul Heyman interrupted the bout, derailing Punk’s momentum.  Lesnar capitalized on the situation by recovering from Punk’s strikes and attacking him with a chair before executing the F5 maneuver, pulling up Punk on his shoulder and pinning him to the mat. Lesnar delivered an outstanding performance upon his return to the WWE ring in 2012.

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Brock Lesnar vs John Cena at Extreme Rules 2012

Lesnar was shown pounding John Cena at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view event after his return to WWE from the UFC in 2012. During the bout, Lesnar dominated Cena and bloodied him in a way that fans haven’t seen in a long time. Cena appeared to be making a comeback after smashing Lesnar into the steel stairs, but Lesnar dodged out of the way of a top-rope leg and saw Cena hit the canvas below. Cena, on the other hand, chose an improbable victory after striking Lesnar with a steel chain and throwing an Attitude Adjustment into the steel steps. The encounter is noted for introducing a new version of Lesnar, who was both a smasher and a punisher.


Brock Lesnar vs John Cena vs Seth Rollins at Royal Rumble 2015

Cena entered the Royal Rumble 2015 contest as the WWE Champion in a triple threat match alongside Seth Rollins and John Cena. Cena and Rollins saw Lesnar’s might and chose to team up against him. They dragged him through the announcement table before Lesnar unleashed The Beast and struck everyone in the room. He suplexed both stars before landing an F5 on Rollins. By successfully defending his championship, he also exacted revenge on Cena for the SummerSlam match.

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Brock Lesnar vs AJ Styles at Survivor Series 2017

AJ Styles resisted Lesnar’s early attack during the Survivor Series fight and fixed his sights on Lesnar’s legs. He then delivered his signature Phenomenal Forearm maneuver and wiped out Lesnar on the floor. Lesnar reminded the pro-wrestling world by counter-attacking with the F5 attempt as Styles sought to win the bout with his Styles pay finisher technique. Although Styles reversed the F5 into a Calf Crusher, Lesnar unleashed a barrage of clubbing forearms, grabbed him mid-flight, and dropped him with the F5.

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Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan at Survivor Series 2018

During the pay-per-view event in 2018, the then-Universal Champion, Lesnar, demonstrated his hard ethic while competing against weaker wrestlers. During the bout, Bryan went on the defensive early on and took a lot of abuse from Lesnar before battling back and appearing to win by chopping down Lesnar. However, Lesnar’s strength proved decisive in the bout, as he battled out of the triangle choke and performed an F5 on Bryan to win.

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