5 rare moves Brock Lesnar must perform at Wrestlemania 34
"Eat, sleep, suplex, repeat", Brock Lesnar's in-ring lifestyle may centre around that one move, but that move has diminished the quality of his matches in WWE. However, the truth is Brock Lesnar is a fantastic wrestler, as seen in 2003, Brock Lesnar was delivering classics on a weekly basis but ever since returning in 2012 Brock Lesnar has been more focused on executing two moves and ending his matches in 5 minutes.
Therefore, with rumours going around that Lesnar might leave after Wrestlemania, his match against Roman Reigns is extremely important, as it might be the last time wrestling fans witness Brock Lesnar inside the squared circle, it might be the last opportunity for WWE to elevate their top babyface and it will be Lesnar's chance to solidify his wrestling legacy, and all those things rely on one thing, a career-defining performance by The Beast Incarnate.
#1 Scoop Powerslam
Even though wrestling fans have associated the Scoop Powerslam as a lethal weapon in Randy Orton’s repertoire, Lesnar has been devasting opponents with that same move as well since the beginning of his pro wrestling career. While Orton's version is crisp and smooth in its deliverance, Lesnar version is all about power and brutality.
And what makes it such a powerful wrestling move is its unpredictability, as Lesnar catches his opponent off guard, hoists them high and slams them into the mat. This move can be a great moment in his match against Roman Reigns as it will heighten the drama, as not many expect Lesnar to perform this move.