3 biggest Brock Lesnar wins on SmackDown and 3 biggest losses
Tonight's episode of WWE SmackDown Live was a genuine shocker for The New Day, who were interrupted by none other than The Beast, Brock Lesnar. A challenge was made by Paul Heyman, on behalf of Lesnar. Kofi accepted the challenge, and the match is set for SmackDown Live's FOX debut on October 4. The segment ended with Kofi getting an F5.
It has been a long time since we saw Lesnar compete in a match on the blue brand. There was a time way back between 2002-04, when Lesnar was a regular on SmackDown. Let's take a look at 3 of his biggest wins on the show, plus 3 of his biggest losses.
#3 Biggest win: Brock Lesnar defeated Randy Orton (September 5, 2002)
Mere days after Lesnar had defeated The Rock to become the youngest WWE Champion in history, he met his OVW counterpart, Randy Orton, on an episode of SmackDown.
Although Orton tried his best, The Beast was too much for him to handle, and a thunderous F5 resulted in a victory for Lesnar. Their encounter 14 years later would be an even barbaric affair, as Lesnar would go on to destroy Orton in one of the most disturbing matches in SummerSlam history.
#3 Biggest loss: The Undertaker defeated Brock Lesnar & The Big Show (October 23, 2003)
By this time, Brock Lesnar had turned heel again after betraying his best friend Kurt Angle. On this episode, the cards were heavily stacked against The Undertaker, who faced two behemoths in Lesnar and Show, in a Handicap Match.
In the final moments of the match, The Deadman got hold of his bike's chain, and Lesnar prepared to hit him with an F5. The move was countered though, and Taker hit Lesnar with the steel chain. He then hit The Big Show with the chain too, and pinned Lesnar for the big win.