Samoa Joe has been out of action since last September. A serious injury forced him to give up the NXT Championship and take a break to heal, a colossal setback given the successes he has achieved since his return to WWE. The Californian wrestler was fired from the company on April 15, 2021, only to be hired again at the request of Triple H.
losing the respect of many superstars). A feud began shortly thereafter between Joe himself and Karrion Kross, culminating in the battle between the two which took place at TakeOver 36. Speaking in the latest edition of the 'Kurt Angle Show', 'The Samoan Submission Machine' talked about his working experiences with Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle.
Samoa Joe on Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle
“Kurt Angle I would compare him to a puma, he can be quick and effective. He doesn't miss a move and has a crazy technique” - said Samoa Joe. “As for Brock Lesnar, he is similar to a raging bull.
He runs straight and annihilates everything that stands in front of him. Where he does not arrive with technique, he makes up for it with power. This is the best way to tell the difference between Kurt and Brock. They are two cats of a slightly different species” - he added.
In the last edition of 'WWE The Bump', Scotsman Drew McIntyre had nice words for Lesnar and expressed his desire to face him again in the future. “I've always been drawn to the thought of entering the ring with the best of the company.
There are very few who are as technicians and physicists as Brock Lesnar. I managed to beat him at WrestleMania, but I would like to have the chance to go face to face with Brock once again, maybe in front of a real audience." That victory at WrestleMania 36 was fundamental to the career of the Brit, who had only at times expressed his enormous talent.
Who knows if his dream will be fulfilled. WWE SmackDown orchestrated an epic opening segment for this week's show. It all started with Roman Reigns boasting about his successful title defense against Brock Lesnar at Crown Jewel 2021.
Interestingly, The Beast Incarnate was heard saying that he would beat Reigns 'senseless' when he returns on SmackDown. The words didn't sit well with The Tribal Chief, who was adamant about seeing Brock Lesnar walk out and stay true to his words on the show.