The Best Brock Lesnar Matches in the WWE

He Came and Went in a Couple of Years, but He Had Some Classic Battles in the WWE

World Wrestling Entertainment has gone through some unstoppable wrestlers that rarely lost, like Hulk Hogan, Goldberg, and others, but one of the most impressive may have been Brock Lesnar. Lesnar made his on-air debut in the WWE in 2002 and went to the main event scene almost right away. He had many classic matches, but he left the WWE unexpectantly before his career could become legendary. Here is a look at the greatest Brock Lesnar matches.

Hulk Hogan: This should have been a pay per view main event, but WWE Smackdown got the honor of hosting the battle between Brock Lesnar and Hulk Hogan. Hulk Hogan was virtually unstoppable in the WWE, and it was amazing to see Brock Lesnar show dominance in this match. He still had not been pinned in a match to date, but Hulk Hogan gave him a run for his money and almost got the job done. Brock took advantage though and surprised the crowd when he defeated the legend Hulk Hogan.

The Rock: The victory against Hulk Hogan led right into Brock's World Title match at the 2002 Summerslam. The Rock is one of the WWE's greatest performers, and he did not want to lose that title. Even after a Rock Bottom he could not pin Lesnar and Lesnar went on to become the youngest WWE champion of all time.

Undertaker: Shortly after Summerslam, Lesnar began a feud with another WWE legend, the Undertaker. These two would fight in a lot of different matches, but their best was at No Mercy in a Hell in a Cell. These two were in one of the bloodiest matches in recent WWE history and threw each other all over the surrounded ring. Lesnar came out on top once again and defeated another WWE legend.

Royal Rumble: Brock Lesnar already had a lengthy world title run under his belt, but he would only impress audiences more when he entered number 29 at the 2003 Royal Rumble. Lesnar battled his way through and ended up against the Undertaker again and throwing him out to get a title shot at Wrestlemania XIX. It was not the best Rumble, but an impressive victory for Lesnar.

Kurt Angle: Following the Royal Rumble, Lesnar began a long feud with Kurt Angle. These two fought at Wrestlemania, Summerslam, Vengeance, and then in an 60 minute Iron Man match on WWE Smackdown. This was a very competitive match that saw two of the best go at it for an hour and Lesnar narrowly got the victory with 5 pins over 4.

Lesnar now has a career in Mixed Martial Arts, but hopefully he realizes that the WWE ring is where he belongs and he comes back for an extended period to wrestle some of the best.

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