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Brock Lesnar Picked Up A Referee With One Hand In Freakish Show Of Strength

Josh Lawless

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Brock Lesnar Picked Up A Referee With One Hand In Freakish Show Of Strength

By now we're all aware that Brock Lesnar is a specimen of a human but he still continues to leave us in wonder of his physical abilities.

Last night, with a new and improved Viking-like look, the Beast Incarnate had his first match in WWE in nearly two years when he took on Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship at Crown Jewel.


Lesnar lost in rather controversial fashion in Saudi Arabia but the real highlight of his match was him picking up the referee with one hand.

After his F5 to Roman Reigns knocked Charles Robinson to the canvas, Lesnar grabbed the official and lifted him up like he was nothing.

It was a full-sized human that Lesnar picked up but for him it was like a normal person moving a chair.

And he has previous with the very same official. Back in 2012 in his return match with John Cena at Extreme Rules, when Robinson was knocked out on the outside, the former NCAA and UFC heavyweight champion casually slung him back into the ring.

Lesnar, with 106 wins and five losses as an amateur wrestler, is as complete an athlete as can be but he does fall short when it comes to football.

A few years ago, he was filmed having a kickabout with fellow WWE superstars Randy Orton and Cesaro ahead of the 'Greatest Royal Rumble' event and it's fair to say his first touch isn't great.

Lesnar miscontrolled the ball and then proceeded to collect it before pressing it inwards with his massive hands - looking very much like your dad checking if the ball was pumped up properly.

Featured Image Credit: Image: WWE

Topics: Brock Lesnar, WWE, Roman Reigns

Josh Lawless
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