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WWE’s Brock Lesnar is overrated

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One of the bigger names in professional wrestling in 2016 is Brock Lesnar. Last night he had a match against Randy Orton at Summerslam, the second largest event for the WWE, and he nearly destroyed him in that match.

I find him to be incredibly overrated. For starters, he has the same damn storylines that have him killing his opponents, and it is getting a bit stale. Also, he has fewer moves than John Cena as it seems that all Brock Lesnar does give German Suplexes and F-5 people. Once in a while, he will throw a punch or a kick in, but that appears to be on a rare occasion. I am aware that he broke the Undertaker’s Wrestlemania streak at Wrestlemania 30, but come on that was two years ago. When do we move on and talk about what has he done for WWE since?

Since he broke the streak, he held the title as he dismantled John Cena at Summerslam 2014 when he would throw John Cena around like he was a rag doll. Once he got the title, he would only end up defending one time before he lost it to a cash in by Seth Rollins at Wrestlemania 31. He had a title match at Battleground last year, and Undertaker ended up costing him the title. They would then have a match at Summerslam which would end in a bizarre way as he never gave up and then they would have one more match at the Hell in the Cell event last October.

It is ridiculous how WWE gives Lesnar his rules to follow and then other superstars have other rules. It also seems that Lesnar can do no wrong. He comes back and destroys whoever is placed in and then gets suspended because he does a bad thing.

All I am going to say is this: Brock Lesnar is overrated, and all he has going for is his size and his strength.

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