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breguet replica watches 12 Brock Lesnar Archive
This is a sixth round match in the Championship Region. It is a standard one on one match, held at the Super Dome in New Orleans, Louisiana. All damage from this round carries over to the next round and is based on the margin of victory. If someone wins a close match, they took a severe beating but survived. Voting will be based on who you feel is the greater of the two competitors. Post your reasons for why your pick should win below. Remember that this is non spam and the most votes in the poll win. Any ties will be broken by the amount of posts of support for each candidate, with one vote per poster.
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05 14 2014, 01:25 AM
Sorry Brock, you're an awful, overrated, overhyped sack of shit is finally going down, and it was far overdue. Rock wipes the floor with Lesnar in every single imaginable. Let's ignore the fact that Brock has the stamina of Danny Devito. Seriously, where has Brock been after every ppv? Oh right, getting more veins tattooed onto his 'sword' or whatever he wants to call the 2 foot long schlong that he inked onto his overrated torso.
Fuck Brock, as he gets the boot from the Rock.
05 14 2014, 01:47 AM
Brock Lesnar took a lot of damage from Triple H in the previous round but looking back at his career he shows no signs of slowing down, Brock Lesnar wrestled two matches at King of the Ring PPV to win the tournament, he beat both The Hardyz at the same time, he beat the Big Show and went on to win the Royal Rumble 2003 during the same night, he beat Kurt Angle at WrestleMania 19 with injured ribs and after a botched shooting star, Brock Lesnar took a jackhammer from Goldberg before his match against Eddie Guerrero, wrestled 30 minutes, took a spear from Goldberg during his match, kicked out, giving Eddie no choice but to use an illegal weapon to finally put down the beast. Brock Lesnar can take a lot of pain and still pull off a victory.
The lunacy has reigned long enough this year. Now it shall draw to a comfortable conclusion in the semi final, and we can have two finalists deserving of their position as WZT finalists, as both Cena and Austin are fully deserving of that right, as is The Rock. Brock Lesnar is however replica cartier Ballon Bleu 28mm, not worthy of a position against Cena or Austin in the WZT final not only because he is simply not proficient enough to earn such a position, but because he could not defeat The Rock in his prime.
Before I jump in to my analysis, let's dispel a triad of things I expect will be coming up from Brock supporters.
Fallacy 1: Brock Lesnar defeated The Rock at Summerslam 2002.
Indeed, he did, and for a man who had been on the roster for about 5 months at the time, that's a respectable feat. But here's the thing: this can be dispelled from both a kayfabe standpoint and a reality standpoint. In kayfabe, The Rock's best days were behind him and he didn't exactly hold the title for long, clocking in at a measly 35 days. During this time, his only non tag match victories were over Ric Flair (way past his prime), Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero (both who had not hit their primes). He also had a no contest against Triple H, which goes to show just how bad this reign was for The Rock from a kayfabe perspective. He also lost a few tag matches as well, although I don't think he was involved in the fall, but it still counts as a blemish on his record. And Lesnar scarcely beats Rocky after all that. Keep in mind that Lesnar had been up to that point as completely unstoppable.
Let's look at this in a reality perspective. Lesnar was hand picked to be the next big draw for WWE, and Rock was leaving to film a movie anyhow replica tag heuer Formula 1 Chronograph http://www.speedroc.com, so the title was pretty much guaranteed to change hands. Brock wins, and his only close to impressive victory is over Undertaker in a Cell match at No Mercy. Then he gets injured, loses the title to Show, and despite winning the title twice again Luxury Replica Tag Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph Watches Sale, he never picked up the same momentum as he did in 2002. He had a good feud with Kurt Angle, but Kurt Angle is the keyword at hand. 2003 Angle was nowhere near an all time great (unless you're talking about his in ring work, which was divine), and yet Lesnar had considerable difficulty beating him. In short, Brock Lesnar beating The Rock in 2002 meant very little both in kayfabe and in reality terms, and he was facing The Rock when he was a shell of his former self.
Fallacy 2: Brock Lesnar won King of the Ring 2002 so he's used to the tournament enviornment.
He beat Test and RVD in one night. Test wasn't worth a damn at that point in time, and RVD had already began to stick as a main event jobber around that time period, not regaining major momentum until 2006. Lesnar has already had much more difficulty putting Triple H away in this tournament, while Rock slid by Flair a lot more comfortably. I'm pretty sure a close match against Triple H in his prime is worth more than 2002 Test and 2002 RVD combined. So we've established Brock is weaker coming into this match than he was after winning the KOTR final, and he's against someone that is arguably even tougher than Triple H in his prime. This doesn't bode well for Lesnar, even if The Rock possesses slight injuries coming in, Lesnar's injuries are far graver and he is against arguably a stronger opponent.
Fallacy 3: Brock Lesnar broke the Streak.
This is by far the stupidest of all three arguments because it is completely counter productive. Lesnar has wrestled 7 times in 2 years, and he happened to beat a guy that was well, well out of his prime to break something that was inevitably going to be ended someday by the skin of his teeth. Wouldn't that suggest that Brock has a significant disadvantage coming into his second match of the night, even ignoring injuries? The Brock Lesnar who ended the streak is not Brock Lesnar in his prime, so don't even try to use that in your argument, especially if you start to argue with Brock's first run in WWE at the same time.
Now that the fallacies are out of the way, let's get into the analysis itself.
Brock Lesnar is not in the same league as The Rock. There's a very good reasons why The Rock has been seeded 2 in his bracket and why Brock Lesnar has been seeded 12 in his: The Rock is considerably better than Brock, and what's more, with both men in their primes, The Rock would beat Brock in a fight, plain and simple. Now http://www.speedroc.com/replica-breitling-montbrillant-01.html, seeding isn't always the best representation of skill, but that mostly applies to old school wrestlers, such as Kiniski or Ed Lewis for example. Let's break this semi final down.