Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar: Why SummerSlam Must Be Start of Lesnar Push
Brock Lesnar needs a win over Triple H at SummerSlam, badly.
That much is certain heading into the latest WWE pay-per-view this Sunday evening.
The WWE has vastly squandered the huge draw Lesnar is capable of being by leaving his angles and involvement in the promotion inconsistent at best.
When Lesnar announced he was coming back to professional wrestling after leaving it to compete in the “real” fighting inside the Octagon, it seemed big things were in store for the superstar.
To this point, those big things have yet to materialize.
Until recently, that is.
Lesnar trashed fan favorite and pro wrestling legend “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels on Monday Night RAW last week to “send a message” to Triple H. He broke Michaels’ arm in the attack in the same fashion he did broke Hunter’s. The attack sidelined and knocked HBK out of action at SummerSlam.
Like Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises," Lesnar is an imposing physical specimen with the mean streak and disregard to wreak havoc on his domain. Not only is he capable of destroying opposition, he enjoys it. He was seen smiling eerily after breaking HBK’s arm on Raw.
That brings us to Lesnar’s last shot to breakout as a major heel in the WWE.
Lesnar has the look, personality and inherent evil inside him to be one of the biggest heels in WWE history. Push him, let him carry the torch and burn everything in his path. He has a big enough following, both positive and negative, that will help carry any storyline he’s involved in as a part of the main card.
He might have abandoned the WWE in the past and may be working on a limited schedule, but the ultra-heel is a total bad ass and deserving of a push to the highest levels of WWE headlines.
After he destroys Triple H at SummerSlam, there won’t be anything stopping a push, heel or both, to the top for Lesnar.
While he’s portrayed negatively and has assaulted a true fan favorite, people still enjoy the intensity and domination he can bring to the ring. It’s a true win-win for all wrestling fans and the WWE to keep the momentum on Lesnar alive and kicking, at least until WrestleMania 29.
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