I loved the angle with Triple H on Raw. They’re portraying Lesnar as what he is, a KILLING MACHINE. Triple H is a big man and has always been portrayed as the toughest of the tough. For Brock to leave him laying, “visibly hurt,” was excellent booking.
It doesn’t put Trips out of action or take him off house shows, either, because he’s another one of those doggone part-timers. Sometimes there is benefit to that.
I’m curious to see where Lesnar winds up at next year’s ‘Mania. He’d be seen as a legit threat to Undertaker’s streak. Lesnar and Rock are the biggest of names, but I don’t see an issue there.
If WWE continues having Lesnar stomp everyone into the ground – maybe he pounds Cena senseless at next year’s Royal Rumble – and it looks like nobody can possibly stop him, Lesnar vs. Steve Austin would be MONEY.
Austin is Wyatt Earp. He’s back to save the town from the outlaw. Showdown at the OK Corral. Marks would buy into Austin as somebody that could match Lesnar’s toughness.
It’s exactly the kind of match Austin might come back for. It would be bigger than Cena-Rock.
Austin wins. Even if “everybody knows.”
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