Tom Prichard: "I'll explain the reason for Brock Lesnar's great success"



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Tom Prichard: "I'll explain the reason for Brock Lesnar's great success"

Brock Lesnar is one of the very few athletes capable of being successful in both wrestling and mixed martial arts. Webster's 44-year-old won the NCAA Division I Heavyweight Championship in 2000 and the UFC Heavyweight Championship in 2008.

His sensational return to WWE took place in April 2012, ending an absence of eight very long years. On April 6, 2014, at WrestleMania XXX, Lesnar managed to stop The Undertaker's legendary 'Streak' at WrestleMania, which had lasted for 23 years.

He also held the Universal Championship for a total of 503 days, testifying to his huge impact on this business. Sporting a new look with an unkempt beard and tied hair, Brock returned to the final juncture of SummerSlam on August 21st.

The Beast started a very heated feud with Roman Reigns, which culminated in a confrontation between the two at Crown Jewel. The victory went to the 'Tribal Chief' in Saudi Arabia, thanks also to the fundamental help of Jey and Jimmy Uso.

In the next episode of SmackDown, Lesnar was suspended indefinitely by Adam Pearce after attacking Reigns and many other superstars. While most WWE wrestlers are forced to stick to a script, Brock is known to enjoy much more creative freedom.

Tom Prichard praises Brock Lesnar

According to rumors, WWE wants Roman Reigns to keep his title of Universal Champion until the end of this year. A storyline with Big E should begin soon in preparation for the Survivor Series.

As part of the 'It's My Wrestling' podcast, former WWE trainer Tom Prichard explained how this industry badly needs superstars like Brock Lesnar. “Do you want to know why Lesnar has achieved such great success in wrestling? The reason is simple.

He knows how to be unpredictable and bad, nobody knows what to expect from him. This is what today's wrestling needs, otherwise the risk is to plunge into an endless crisis," Tony Prichard warned.