Drew McIntyre: "Brock Lesnar is terrifying but nice"

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Drew McIntyre: "Brock Lesnar is terrifying but nice"

Brock Lesnar made his umpteenth return to WWE during the 2021 edition of SummerSlam. The Beast intervened shortly after Roman Reigns' victory over John Cena, starting a new feud with the Tribal Chief. Not satisfied, the former Universal Champion beat down on the leader of the 'Cenation' to the sound of Suplex and F-5.

Lesnar and Reigns later faced each other in Crown Jewel, Saudi Arabia, with Roman coming out victorious thanks also to the fundamental help of Jey and Jimmy Uso. Yet another chapter of their rivalry should have been staged on Day 1, but the news of Reigns' positivity to the COVID-19 has turned the tables on the table.

Brock was included in the match valid for the WWE Championship, from which he emerged victorious. During a lengthy Sportskeeda microphone interview, Drew McIntyre analyzed Brock Lesnar's transformation in detail: "We had never seen this side of Brock Lesnar's character before.

Before his return to SummerSlam, we had always observed the same version of the Beast. Sometimes people loved it, other times they hated it. Now fans have a chance to see a different Brock than ever before. They understand that he can also be a fun and easygoing guy.

He hid it to keep up with his gimmick. For years he did not want the world to know, while now he is showing how it is in everyday life. He is terrifying in some circumstances, but he can also be bright and likable. His segments with Sami Zayn were a blast, ”said McIntyre.

The Scot then went into detail: “Brock is back and he seemed invigorated to me. He's got that weird hairstyle, that peasant dress and that smile on his face, all of which make him even scarier. He is having fun and he is entertaining the fans, but we must not forget that his favorite hobby of him is beating up opponents."

Jim Ross: "The Undertaker's intelligence in WWE has been underestimated"

One of the living legends of the WWE who most made fans of all generations dream of the McMahon company, responds to the name of The Undertaker, legendary gravedigger of the Stamford company, who for 30 years has trod the most important rings in the world of discipline, from Survivor Series to Summerslam, passing through the Royal Rumble and reaching Wrestlemania, his favorite ppv.

After staging a streak with 21 consecutive victories in the Grandaddy of Them All, the gravedigger had been defeated in the edition of Wrestlmania 30 by the Beast of the federation, Brock Lesnar, with the contribution of Mark Calaway who was however fundamental in the McMahon rings, even without his unbeaten streak intact.

After staging anthology feuds, to be studied in books dedicated to the discipline, against other pro-wrestling monsters, such as Shawn Michaels, Edge, Triple H, Hulk Hogan, John Cena and many others, Undertaker has decided to retire since wrestling wrestling, but hasn't decided to leave the pro-wrestling world anyway, waiting for WWE to give him some important job as a coach / trainer or trainer of some kind.

In the last episode of his very personal Grilling JR, the well-known WWE Hall of Famer, as well as the historical voice of Monday Night Raw, who spent the last few years at the helm of the AEW commentary team, Jim Ross, wanted to publicly praise the legendary WWE gravedigger, saying about the athlete's business intelligence: "Taker has several talents.

He also has a huge head for the business and someone like him could easily stage someone like Jeff Hardy or a hardcore match with Rob Van Dam and come up with plans that, thinking about it, could make even the most demanding booker compliment them at the end of the series.

evening. His intelligence is really underestimated." According to the well-known Hall of Famer, therefore, The Undertaker would be a tremendous talent even outside the rings of the McMahon company, when instead of fighting, he should be the one who makes the decisions about how he should go to finish the match and what direction it should follow.