Brock Lesnar: Eat, Sleep, Conquer, Repeat!

Love him or hate him, he’s back! Brock Lesnar: Eat, Sleep, Conquer, Repeat!

The final episode of Raw in 2013 did not disappoint, in my opinion. It gave us none other then the Beast, Brock Lesnar, accompanied by Paul Heyman. I know a lot of you are moaning right now saying “Why is he back? He just comes to randomly beat people down and then goes away again blah, blah, blah.” I missed both Lesnar and Heyman; they are fun to have around. They are a huge part of the WWE, and it would appear that Triple H has similar thoughts, having put his personal opinion aside and brought Lesnar back. The Authority thinks Lesnar is what’s best for business, and I would have to agree.

Lesnar is a valuable player in the WWE. His in-ring performance with Punk, Triple H, and Cena were fantastic! Who does not want to see that kind of fighting? Even the short but intense battle with Mark Henry was impressive. He speared Mark freaking Henry through a barricade and followed up with an F5. Hello, we all should be enjoying that!

Here’s a theory: given that Lesnar has already fought Cena, might Orton retain the title at Royal Rumble, thus making it Orton vs Lesnar for the world title? Would it mean that we would see more of Lesnar, and that he would actually exist in a storyline for the championship? I would love to see the dynamic duo of Lesnar and Heyman more regularly. And if we were to see Lesnar more regularly, would that not make fans everywhere smile? Love him or hate him, having a beast around regularly demolishing people makes for must-see TV. What do you think?

  • connie johnson

    I think you’re totally right Lesnar will take over the show, right now we need him to break up the boring crap that’s been going on lately, I for one am HAPPY to see him back.

    • Michelle Carmichael Clark

      Thank you for commenting. I’m enjoying what is going on at WWE in the last several months. That said, I do believe Lesnar will bring another level of playing to the ring. I’m looking forward to it.

      • connie johnson

        Me too, Let’s see if he turns up on Friday Night SMACKDOWN!

        • Michelle Carmichael Clark

          Here’s hoping.

  • Lou

    I’m okay with lesnars part time role, I enjoy his grueling matches. I’m not okay with him being in the title contention. I know he’ll only hold the title for a maximum of 3 months but it still takes away from the whole roster in my opinion.

    • Michelle Carmichael Clark

      That is always the issues with part time guys, that are faces that fill seats be it Lesnar, Rock or whomever. That said I’m more ok with it if he comes before the title regularly and is there full time during his reign. It brings something fresh to the ring. Thanks for the comment Lou.

  • Garvin from FTW

    After tonight, I really hope they get past Lesnar vs. Big Show. That will not be entertaining in the slightest. Lesnar vs. Orton is the match I want to see. Would rather see that than another Cena vs. Lesnar.

    • Michelle Carmichael Clark

      Was it marginally cool that Show tossed him across the ring, yes! Do I want to see more of it NOT AT ALL! I don’t want to see another Lesnar/Cena match either! Let’s see what Orton can do in the ring! CHANTING The Viper vs The Beast!

      • Karan

        The Animal vs The Beast sounds better to me. Moreover, I don’t want to see Orton, who has been booked as a crybaby against someone like Brock Lesnar.

        P.S. – Oh lord why Big Slow again? Haven’t we seen enough of this guy hogging the spotlight all the time?

        • Michelle Carmichael Clark

          I think that Orton is a good changes up! I think the dynamic will definitely be different than what we are used to. No we absolutely don’t need to see The Big Show in that mix, I totally agree with that! Thanks for the comment Karan, I always enjoy I hearing everyone’s thoughts.

  • Dustyn Polk

    Ever think that if the WWE Universe would stop exploding every time someone pops in for a few weeks, or even a couple of months, that the Authority (cue eye roll) would get a clue and actually push the up and coming talent the way they should have been doing all along?

    With vets like Cena, Orton, and yes Big Show, to smooth out the rough edges on the matches, the active main event roster wouldn’t be the same cliché encounters, time and time again. Orton/Batista has some merit, depending on how long Batista intends on sticking around. Losing once or twice then vanishing again is just a waste of air time that could go to Alex Riley, Dolph Ziggler, Damien Sandow, Big E, any of the three SHIELD, especially if they break them up for permanent singles action. Slowly, gently ease the current group of ‘old timers’ into a somewhat less rigorous routine, and bring up an additional 5 to 8 people from NXT, or even from some of the more important independent circuits.

    Lesner? He lost the vast majority of interest when him and Goldberg went nose to nose in the worst PPV match in the last 25 years. No one can take him seriously since he went to UFC, beat one of the biggest names in the entire industry in a, environment that would make 95% of the active roster for WWE, Inc. run away screaming. Really… The man that took out Couture in one round gets his butt handed to him by Cena, the glorified body builder with delusions of military allegiance? Really? Heavyweight champ in UFC, sad punchline in WWE. He’s back for a paycheck, nothing more and nothing less. Dismiss him to the back, or if you REALLY want to put him to good use, have HIM work in one of the training facilities. He’s got a wealth of information to offer, but little interest beyond the explosive, over scripted violence that marks his return each and every time.