5 Shortest WWE Superstars Who Defeated Brock Lesnar.

5 Shortest WWE Superstars Who Defeated Brock Lesnar.


it is official Brock Lesnar will defend
his WWE Championship against Rey Mysterio at Survivor Series pay-per-view on November
24 the storyline between the two men
began on the September 30 episode of Raw where the Beast viciously attacked Rey
Mysterio and his son Dominik, who’s Godfather happens to be one of Lesnar’s
greatest UFC rivals, Cain Velasquez Paul Heyman’s client went
on to defeat Kofi Kingston in a nine second match on the first episode of
SmackDown on Fox prompting Rey Mysterio to introduce Velasquez as WWE’s newest signing four weeks later Brock lesner convincingly
defeated Cain Velasquez in a two-minute match at crown jewel while it became
quickly apparent that this storyline will continue when Rey Mysterio attacked
WWE Champion post match at crown jewel and on the November 4 episode of Raw as
usual Rey Mysterio is the ultimate underdog heading into this match not
only because of Lesnar’s tendency to sweep aside his opponents in a quick
fashion but at 5 feet 6 inches he’s one of the shortest superstars on the roster
with that in mind and to give mysterious fans some survivors series hope let’s take
a look at the 5 shortest WWE Superstars who were able to pick up victories over
the beast Brock Lesnar the summer of 2003 was a very interesting time for
Vince McMahon’s evil mr. McMahon character after losing a street fight to
Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania 19 McMahon became involved in a storyline with the
masked Hogan known as mr. America before making one
leg wrestlers Zach Gowen his next target Zach Gowen was unable to defeat mr.
McMahon in three matches – Smackdown arm wrestles and a singles match at
vengeance while he also lost one-on-one encounters
against Shannon Moore and John Cena at the time, McMahon had become allies with
Brock Lesnar who made a promise to his boss that he will break Gowen’s leg in
front of his family at ringside during their match on Smackdown. brock lesnar
didn’t quite do that but he did strike Gowen across the head with the steel
chair to cause a disqualification meaning the youngest picked up an
unlikely victory over “The Next Big Thing” at 5:11 Zack
gowen hardly short when you consider the height of superstars in WWE these
days but it just goes to show how rare Brock Lesnar’s losses are that he makes
it into the top five the only televised one-on-one match
between Brock Lesnar and Chris Benoit ended in a TKO victory for the Beast on
an episode of SmackDown in December 2003 around the same time the two men were
involved in several tag-team matches against each other as members of the
Smackdown roster with Benoit teaming with different opponents to defeat Brock
Lesnar on four occasions between November 2003 and January 2004 the first
of those triumphs came on an episode of SmackDown when Benoit joined forces with
Kurt Angle to defeat Brock Lesnar Matt Morgan Nathan Jones and A-train
via disqualification in a four on two handicap match one week later Chris
Benoit teamed with John Cena to pick up a statement victory over
Brock Lesnar and the big show ahead of Survivor Series pay-per-view where the
team angle went on to defeat team Lesnar in a five-on-five elimination match
Chris Benoit and John Cena teamed together once again in a three-on-two
handicap victory over Brock Lesnar Matt Morgan and Rhyno on Smackdown and the
next big thing would go on to leave WWE just two months later back in August
2003 Brock Lesnar turned heel on an episode of SmackDown by attacking Kurt
Angle and aligning with the villainous Vince McMahon the following week McMahon
entered the catering area backstage and ended up getting involved in an unusual
confrontation with the Brian Kendrick who accidentally squirted chocolate
syrup on The WWE Chairman’s suit. Vince described Kendrick as the stain on
the underwear of life and decided to punish the up-and-comer by forcing him to
face Lesnar in a one-on-one match later in the show Lesnar could easily have
defeated Kendrick after hitting him with multiple power bombs at the start of
their match but he opted to go one step further by busting his opponent open with a huge steel chair shot to the head. the youngest wwe champion in the
company’s history then wiped blood from Kendrick’s face and smeared it over
his own chest something that needless to say will not be allowed in modern day
WWE once the brutality came to an end the record book stated that Kendrick won
the match via disqualification but it is fair to say that Brock Lesnar definitely
won the war one of the most memorable matches of Brock Lesnar’s first run with the
WWE came in February 2004 when he lost the WWE against Eddie Guerrero in the
main event of the no way out pay-per-view at the time Guerrero was
the ultimate babyface who fans were desperate to see as WWE Champion while
it was common knowledge that the villainous Lesnar was set to depart WWE
after following months WrestleMania 20 event with the referee down the finish
to the match saw Goldberg jump over a barricade and plant an almighty spear
on Brock Lesnar leaving both superstars plus the official on the Mat Eddie
Guerrero almost stole a victory with a slow pinfall cover but Brock Lesnar
able to kick out after a 2-count. former WCW star then reversed an f5
into a DDT onto a steel chair before following up with the Frog Splash
to record the biggest victory of his career
one month later Brock Lesnar went on to leave WWE after losing against Goldberg in
a match that was hijacked by fans who knew that both men were on the verge of
leaving Eddie Guerrero meanwhile retained his WWE Championship against
Kurt Angle and held the title for 133 days
the 2019 storyline between Brock Lesnar and Rey Mysterio the revolves around rey
Mysterio seeking revenge for what the “The Beast” did to Dominik on the season
premiere episode of Monday Night Raw back in October 2002 the first televised
meeting between the two men centered around something very different, The
Undertaker’s personal life. ahead of Lesnar Vs Undertaker Hell in a Cell
match at the no mercy pay-per-view the next big thing and Paul Heyman hired an actress to accuse “The Deadman” of having an affair with her Stephanie McMahon then
forced Brock Lesnar to team with Tajiri against edge and Rey Mysterio later in
the night on Smackdown with the added stipulation that the Hell in a Cell
match would be cancelled if the Undertaker interfered. In the end, Tajiri accidentally kicked Lesnar in the face allowing edge to pick up the win
over the Japanese buzzsaw following a spear the match was less about Rey
Mysterio and Brock Lesnar and more about the ongoing rivalry between the
Undertaker and Brock Lesnar but the record books still state that the “The Master of the 619” defeated the eight-time world champion Brock Lesnar

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