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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-30-2012, 12:29 AM Thread Starter
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Dana happy for Brock to be back in WWE

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When Brock Lesnar walked out on the stage of WWE’s Monday Night Raw a few weeks back, everyone wondered how the UFC would react to one of its former champion’s going back to the pro wrestling world.

Well, UFC president Dana White couldn’t be happier for him.

White commented about Lesnar’s return to the world of sports entertainment with complete happiness and said there’s no lines being blurred by a former UFC champion now doing professional wrestling.

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Is he happy now that they built him up as a UFC fighter for the whole month and then let John Cena beat him?



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WWE is a story, obviously someone is taking a Brock loss on there too seriously.

I actually think it plays out perfectly. Brock was dominating the whole fight, loses because he got hit in the head with a steel chain and slammed on the steps, and now Cena is taking a break. Now WWE will probably have Brock go on a rampage on RAW and look invincible, and then all of a sudden...here comes Cena.

The whole plot in that fight was that Brock was dominating, had Cena covered for about a 30 count two times, but the ref was knocked out in the middle of the fighting both times, and then started having too much fun beating Cena up, and lost.
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WWE is a story, obviously someone is taking a Brock loss on there too seriously.

I actually think it plays out perfectly. Brock was dominating the whole fight, loses because he got hit in the head with a steel chain and slammed on the steps, and now Cena is taking a break. Now WWE will probably have Brock go on a rampage on RAW and look invincible, and then all of a sudden...here comes Cena.

The whole plot in that fight was that Brock was dominating, had Cena covered for about a 30 count two times, but the ref was knocked out in the middle of the fighting both times, and then started having too much fun beating Cena up, and lost.
I don't mind Brock losing to John as it does open some posiblities like t, though i believe it would've been better for him to emerge victorious i won't make the argument here as it doesn't pertain to the topic at hand.

WWE might be a story for the fans, but power-tripping executives like Vince and Dana might see things a bit different as both struggle to charm the "casual" fan.



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Now WWE will probably have Brock go on a rampage on RAW and look invincible, and then all of a sudden...here comes Overeem !!!.


one can hope...

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Im sure Dana does wish nothing but the best for Lesnar, they both made each other a lot of money.

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It also looks good for the toughness of UFC fighters that a guy couldn't handle competing in the UFC anymore, but has no trouble playing around in the wrasslin' ring.
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It also looks good for the toughness of UFC fighters that a guy couldn't handle competing in the UFC anymore, but has no trouble playing around in the wrasslin' ring.
I've said this time and time again. Brock leaving the UFC had nothing to do with him not being able to take a punch. The fact of him leaving fringed more on the effects of the illness that he kept getting making him fight any longer become more and more dangerous.
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revolution couldnt be more right. He might not have had the best chin, but he didnt get knocked out or anything. Want to talk about a bad chin? Go to Schaub or Cro Cop and ask them.
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Yeah it's a horrible thing Brock is back in wrestling because it's not like that wasn't THE MOST AWESOME BUMP IN THE HISTORY OF THE SPORT. Brock didn't look bad during his match and he didn't bury Cena, he saved him. People were cheering Brock and Cena, and Cena never gets cheered because he's a half talented mimbo.
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