WWE SummerSlam: The Perfect Match for the Perfect Storm
Everything WWE is trying to do is hindering on this match, only because they have sure acted like that. Lesnar is supposed to be on a warpath through WWE, but has been back for four months with little to show for it. Lesnar has “broken” the arms of two legends, but has given one more busted nose than his number of victories. Lesnar will not be at every event and needs at least one victory in the year to make this signing seem worth it. With WrestleMania probably a way to write him off, SummerSlam is it, right?
Still, it is Triple H, the COO and The King of Kings in WWE. Triple H doesn’t wrestle everyone, but he has won just once in a year and a half. That victory was over Kevin Nash of all people. Lesnar needs a win and Triple H has been supplying them. Still, Paul Heyman wants the world to see the unleashed monster of Lesnar take down Triple H.
As much as it seems like Triple H needs to be the one to rise up and take down Lesnar, I’d like to see the script flipped a bit. Every time that a challenge is denied, only to be accepted in the end, the one who accepts the challenge later in the game is the same one who has his or her plan backfire in the long run. The only real exception I can think of is The Undertaker denying Shawn Michaels another WrestleMania match, only to accept and end the career of The Showstopper.
Speaking of Michaels, he is supposed to have a broken arm now at the hands of Lesnar, which is supposed to keep him away from ringside. Still, there will probably be a spot for the Hall of Famer to be near the ring, arm cast and all. Michaels is supposed to do something with the match, but I’m not exactly sure of what. I’m also not sure of why, but Lesnar needs this victory like Zack Ryder needs a girlfriend.
Winner: Brock Lesnar
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