Compilation of Brock Lesnar throwing around giant WWE wrestlers proves he's not human
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Brock Lesnar is a certified beast.
He’s conquered the world of MMA and WWE and has looked like a badass while doing it.
The 45-year-old hit our TVs all the way back in 2002 and so we’ve probably all grown accustomed to this freak of nature.
However, a recent compilation highlighting his various shows of strength during his career really shows that this guy is a once-in-a-lifetime athlete.
Reminder: Brock Lesnar is not human ☠️☠️ pic.twitter.com/h4XH2CbZQS— Vintage Puroresu プロレス (@vintagepuro) October 24, 2022
The compilation was posted by the Twitter account Vintage Puroresu and shows various mammoth efforts by the Beast Incarnate during his early tenure in the WWE.
Even during the early stages of his WWE career he was powerbombing, suplexing, and F5ing the likes of the Big Show, Mark Henry, A-Train, Rikish, and Hulk Hogan.
All men who were well over the 300-pound mark and some even reaching up to 500 pounds.
And who could forget the famous moment that saw Brock and Big Show climb to the top rope as fans stood around in anticipation of something huge.
They certainly weren’t disappointed as Lesnar superplexed the giant wrestler from the top rope to the ring.
In one of the greatest moments in WWE history, the ring completely explodes upon impact in a memory that will live on in wrestling fans’ minds forever.
And WWE lovers are still as astonished by his god-like strength today.
One commented: “The fact that Brock can belly-to-belly suplex the likes of Big Show, Mark Henry, Rikishi, A-Train without dropping them on its head with that kind of weight is just magnificent on its own feat.
“WWE can never replicate a one-of-a-kind athlete like Brock Lesnar. A future HOF.”
A second said: “Brock was created in a lab.”
Another wrote: “I still enjoy watching Brock Lesnar today, but man... Young Brock was unlike anything the industry has ever seen.”
A fourth added: “Brock absolutely blew me away as a kid, I was really into wrestling and Ultimate Muscle, then this motherf***er showed up and seemed to be even more superhuman.”
Brock was created in a lab— Donovan Moore (@DirtyCAP_) October 24, 2022
After his first run in WWE he went on to join the world of the UFC where he showed he was just as brutal in the Octagon.
He defeated Randy Couture for the UFC Heavyweight Championship at UFC 91 in 2008.
He returned to the WWE in 2012 where he went on to absolutely dominate once again, ending The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at Wrestlemania and multiple World Championship reigns.
An athlete from out of this world.