Ranking Brock Lesnar's Onslaught on the WWE Roster Since His Return

Luis CamposAnalyst IJanuary 29, 2013

Ranking Brock Lesnar's Onslaught on the WWE Roster Since His Return

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    Despite his limited appearances on WWE television, Brock Lesnar has managed to wreck his way through the WWE roster ever since his initial return to the world's largest pro wrestling promotion on the April 2, 2012 episode of Monday Night Raw. 

    Though Lesnar's in-ring persona portrays him as an unstable man, one thing is certain—whenever someone is in the ring with Lesnar, that person is bound to get "injured." 

    From John Cena to Triple H, and most recently Vince McMahon, Lesnar's opponents have faced the fury of the "Next Big Thing." 

    All injuries, however, are not made the same, and thankfully for Lesnar's opponents, some have had more impact than others. 

4. John Cena

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    Brock Lesnar's first match in the WWE following his UFC departure was against John Cena. 

    The match, which took place at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view on April 29, 2012, was a bloody brawl that sought to bring back "legitimacy" to the WWE. 

    During the course of the match, Lesnar managed to draw blood from Cena's mouth and would almost break the leader of the Cenation's arm. 

    Despite the great match, however, John Cena almost immediately no-sold Lesnar's attack following the match. 

3. Shawn Michaels

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    In an attempt to psychologically disturb his eventual SummerSlam opponent, Triple H, Brock Lesnar "broke" Shawn Michaels' arm on the Aug. 13, 2012 episode of Monday Night Raw. 

    The attack on Michaels would prove to be effective, as Triple H would eventually lose against Lesnar during their SummerSlam match. 

2. Triple H

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    Despite Lesnar's hesitation to return to the ring, Lesnar fought Triple H at the Aug. 19, 2012 SummerSlam pay-per-view in Los Angeles, Calif. 

    This, Lesnar's second match in the WWE since his return, would culminate after Lesnar "broke" Triple H's arm for a second time. 

    Triple H would announce his retirement from pro wrestling the following night on Monday Night Raw as a result of his defeat. 

1. Mr. McMahon

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    Lesnar's latest attack on the WWE roster was also his most powerful. Not only did the former UFC heavyweight champion manage to unleash a storm on Mr. McMahon, the WWE's Chairman and Lesnar's boss, but his attack resulted in a potential broken pelvis for the boss man.