WWE.Com Article: 5 (Giant) Dream Opponents For Brock Lesnar

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by The GOAT, Aug 16, 2015.

  1. http://www.wwe.com/inside/brock-lesnar-vs-giants-dream-matches

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    Gawd, every one of these would be epic in their own way. It would be awesome to see Brock in a face-to-face confrontation with someone like Andre The Giant, with Andre towering over him and looking down at Brock from a couple of feet above. (How many people can you say that about?) And if this is the 1970's Andre, he could definitely lift him up in the F-5. The Andre from Wrestlemania 3 and onwards? Not so much. But he could still take him off his feet and slap on the Kimura Arm Bar, and once that happened, it'd be all over.

    Brock vs "Psycho" Sid would be intriguing for the simple fact that a psychotic individual like Sid wouldn't fear Brock and would probably instigate the feud himself by blindsiding him and 'injuring' him for a short time. Sid was crap in the ring (even for a big guy), but man was his character and his promos cool. I could see this one getting pretty personal and serving as a classic example to Sid that you sometimes come across someone who's a little tougher and scarier than you are.

    Vader was pretty damn agile for a guy his size, so a bout between he and Brock would make for one hell of a match, even more so if this is the 2002-2004 version of Brock we're talking about.
     
  2. vs Yokozuna and vs The Butcher, meh. The rest would be super awesome, though. Especially Lesnar/Vader.
     
  3. Brock vs. psycho would be the best bet I think.

    Psychos crazy gimmick vs. Brock's dominant gimmick would make for a great match.
     
  4. Brock Lesnar vs Kane would have been an interesting rivalry as well is this were the Kane of old that still had some aura about him. Imagine how intriguing a match between 1998 Kane (who had to be hit with three Tombstone Piledrivers before just barely staying down for his first loss) and 2014/2015 Brock Lesnar would have been.