“He’s a Bada**” – WWE Legend Explains Why Brock Lesnar is the Best Today

Published 10/28/2021, 1:33 PM EDT


Ever since his return in the SummerSlam PPV this year, ‘The Beast’ Brock Lesnar has been on a roll. With his different promo styles and a ponytail, Lesnar has struck fear on the WWE roster and gave Roman Reigns a run for his money when he faced him at WWE Crown Jewel.

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Seeing his new rage inside the ring, the former WWE trainer Tom Prichard has heaps of praise for the longest reigning WWE Universal Champion.

Prichard confessed that ‘The Beast’ is right now the most legitimate thing in all the wrestling happening across all the wrestling promotions ’round the globe.

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Speaking on ‘It’s My Wrestling Podcast’, the WWE official admits that Brock Lesnar is and has been a dominant performance not just in WWE but everywhere he went.

“The most legit guy in the business right now is Brock Lesnar in my opinion because you don’t know, he is unpredictable, he’s a bada**, he’s legit. Nobody really knows what to expect from him when he walks out, and that’s what we want. That’s what you need, I think we need more of that to come back,” Tom said. [h/t: Sportskeeda]

Brock Lesnar has seven matches remaining on his contract

When ‘The Beast‘ showed up at the SummerSlam PPV, the fans lost their minds and were eager to know for how long Lesnar will be with the company.
 
WWE had revealed Lesnar had signed a contract that offers him a total number of eight matches before he heads out from WWE.
And the first-ever match since his return has been a loss, which means the WWE will have to be very careful in booking the future matches for Lesnar.

However, the way WWE is portraying Lesnar is now a mix of a heel and babyface, where one day he cuts a promo with a smile on his face, and the other day he just blasts through security guards and lays waste.

Last week, Adam Pearce kayfabe fired Lesnar from the WWE programming, which seems like a brilliant way to simmer the heat on the storyline between Reigns and Lesnar.

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Meanwhile, WWE has had an interesting thing going on with Roman Reigns as their Universal Champion and his sheer dominance on the SmackDown roster makes the fans want more of Lesnar.

This is something that WWE was missing from its program: long-term storytelling. For now, it is hard to tell who will dethrone ‘The Tribal Chief’, and it will be satisfactory to watch Brock Lesnar pulling the title off Reigns’ shoulders.

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Will ‘The Beast’ dethrone ‘The Tribal Chief’? Let us know.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. He graduated from Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology in Ghaziabad. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports.

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