Royal Rumble: Brock Lesnar Proves He Is Still The Big Thing

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Brock Lesnar taking on Big Show was good, but it was hard to follow Daniel Bryan taking on Bray Wyatt. The psychology was amazing with Brock Lesnar taking apart the big man early on in the match with a steel chair. This proves that Paul Heyman is the evil genius he was 10, 20 years ago.

The bell did not ring. Therefore, it was legal. Some will hate it and some will love it, I would be in the “I love it” category. Once things got going, Big Show hit the KO punch and everything was reset. If you think there was not going to be a chair shot in this match, come on it’s not a Brock Lesnar match without a chair shot.

I think this lived up to everyone’s expectations in a short brawl. The “F5” on the Big Show was unique yet we have seen in before. Even if it was in 2003. Brock Lesnar has the ability of having that rare specialty about him and showed it once again. Where does the Big Show go is a big question. Maybe a tag team run with Rey Mysterio, but I think that would be a waste of the “World’s Largest Athlete”. I would not mind seeing him be a heel one more time before he hangs up his boots.

Big Show’s time is running out and instead of doing pointless feuds until he retires. Let’s do something with the big guy. As far as Brock Lesnar goes, I think he could be thrown into the mix with the WWE title. Maybe a threat way at WrestleMania 30 between Randy OrtonBatista and Brock Lesnar?

Andy Ravens is a pro wrestling writer for Rant Sports. Follow him on Twitter.


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