Vince Russo reveals the secrets of the new Brock Lesnar


Vince Russo reveals the secrets of the new Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar returned to WWE a few weeks ago and immediately lashed out at Roman Reigns. The showdown between the two will take place at SummerSlam, the most important pay-per-view of the summer, in a Last Man Standing match.

The Beast also took part in the latest episode of Monday Night Raw, in which it proved its overwhelming power by destroying the poor members of the Alpha Academy. According to insiders, the Stamford-based company was forced to recall the former Universal Champion to make up for the absences of Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes, both in the pits due to injury.

Recall that Webster's 45-year-old is the only athlete in history to have won a world title in mixed martial arts, professional wrestling and collegiate wrestling. In the latest edition of 'Legion of RAW' on Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo explained why the new Brock Lesnar has managed to break into the hearts of fans.

Vince Russo on Brock Lesnar

“This is a very interesting topic. This new version of Brock Lesnar is much more fun and intriguing than the old one. The Beast enjoys being a clown, laughs, jokes, smiles and interacts with the audience.

All things that he had never done before” - has analyzed Vince Russo. “He is doing what he has never been able to do Goldberg. Here lies the big difference between the two. Brock was able to show a different side of the character to him, while Bill stayed the same for too many years” - he added.

Vince also spoke of the difficulties Tommaso Ciampa is facing on the main roster: "I know that Tommaso was one of the best-known faces of NXT, but I haven't followed him much in recent years. Certainly, his arrival on the main roster has not been a success so far.

WWE is in danger of burning his character forever. How much did WWE invest in Ciampa while he was at NXT? A seven-year job and this is the result? It doesn't take a genius to understand that changes are needed”. After attacking both men with steel steps and a steel chair, Lesnar picked up Otis and delivered an AA through the announcers' table.

It's clear that this was supposed to be an F5 since the commentary team announced it as an F5 and WWE also shared a video of the move on their Twitter page. However, the move ended up resembling an AA as Otis crashed through the broadcast table on his back and did not get the required spin.

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