WWE SummerSlam 2012 Results: Brock Lesnar Def. Triple H with the Kimura Lock
Lesnar started out as the aggressor as he rammed Triple H in the corner and repeatedly connected with shoulder blocks.
Lesnar teased the Kimura lock a few times, but was unable to slap on the hold. Triple H tossed Triple H out of the ring, but Lesnar got back into the ring, only to get tossed out of the ring yet again.
Brock reentered the ring for a second time, but this time he removed his gloves and tossed them aside. Lesnar then took down Triple H and pummeled him. Lesnar went to the outside and hit a scoop slam on the table, with the Game's left arm behind his back.
Lesnar hit yet another scoop slam on Triple H's bad arm. Lesnar continued to work over Triple H's arm as he slowly and methodically controlled the pace.
As the action went to the outside, Lesnar connected with a flying axe handle smash off of the Spanish announce table, which had been flipped over by Lesnar.
Triple H got back into the match as both men spilled to the outside and Triple H tossed Lesnar into the table stomach first. Lesnar began selling his stomach as the announcers talked about his history of stomach problems.
Triple H fought out of yet another Kimura lock attempt as he hit a running knee to the mid section. Triple H repeatedly connected with knees to the mid section of Lesnar, followed by a spine buster.
Triple H went for the Pedigree, but Lesnar countered with an F5 attempt. This was countered by Triple H, who nailed the Pedigree this time for a nearfall.
Lesnar connected with a low blow as Triple H tried picking him up. The referee almost called for the bell, but recalled an earlier conversation in the night where Triple H demanded that the match end in either pinfall or submission.
Lesnar hit the F5 on Triple H as the Game kicked out at two.
Brock slapped on the Kimura lock as Triple H crawled over and grabbed the bottom rope. Lesnar kept the hold on as Triple H punched him in the gut to force him to break the hold. Triple H hit a second Pedigree, but as he went for the pinfall, Lesnar slapped on the Kimura lock and Triple H tapped out.
Winner: Brock Lesnar
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