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5 Times Brock Lesnar shockingly lost a match in WWE

Israel Lutete
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These Superstars managed to conquer The Beast
These Superstars managed to conquer The Beast

Brock Lesnar is no doubt one of the most dominant Superstars in sports entertainment. The Beast has defeated some of the biggest Superstars in WWE history and he has accomplished almost everything in WWE. From championship success to winning the Royal Rumble, King of the Ring, Money in the Bank contract and main eventing WrestleMania, there's nothing that Lesnar has not done.

Even though he holds a list of big names that he defeated over the years, he isn't invincible, and he too has fallen short against many Superstars. Brock Lesnar rarely loses a match, but when he does lose, it often comes as a surprise to many fans. Very few Superstars managed to defeat The Beast more than once. That tells you how unstoppable the former Universal Champion is.

That said, let's take a look at five times Brock Lesnar shockingly lost a match in WWE.

#5 Seth Rollins - WrestleMania 35

After winning the men's Royal Rumble match, Seth Rollins earned the right to challenge Lesnar for the Universal Championship at the Show of Shows. Their 'Mania match surprisingly opened the show, and Lesnar beat Rollins all over the arena even before the bell was rung. Just like most of The Beast's previous victims, The Architect became a resident of Suplex City when the match began.

Many people didn't believe Seth could slay The Beast, and that's how it looked during the match until Rollins had enough and decided to go low. This gave him the advantage over a pain-ridden Lesnar and allowed him to execute three Stomps to pin Lesnar for the win. Fans were overwhelmed with excitement at the sight of a new and full-time Universal Champion.

Several months later, Lesnar and Rollins collided for the Big Red Belt once again at SummerSlam, but this time, The Beastslayer pinned Lesnar clean, even though he was injured and bruised. This loss damaged Lesnar's credibility.

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