Brock Lesnar and WWE Superstars he probably likes/dislikes to work with
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Widely regarded as one of the greatest performers of all time, WWE have left no stone unturned to catapult Brock Lesnar as the biggest attractions in the business.
Despite being so popular, the Beast Incarnate has been vehemently criticized for following a part-time schedule whilst diminishing the credibility of the Universal Championship.
Most of his matches tend to end pretty quick and add no anticipation or excitement to the event he's involved in, except promoting his 'Suplex City' moniker.
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However, there have been times when the Universal Champion has earned the respect of his peers and the WWE Universe by showcasing his in-ring versatility.
His last match with Daniel Bryan brought the house down in the Staples Center and solidified Lesnar's position as one of the most compelling sellers in the game.
Since he's presented as a Beast who cares more about the bottom line than the content, the Universal Champion still has a lot of friends in the business you might have never heard of.
So, without further ado, let's dive deep and highlight the 4 WWE Superstars Brock Lesnar genuinely likes and 3 he probably doesn't.
#1 Likes: Samoa Joe
In what was perhaps one of the most compelling Brock Lesnar feuds in recent memory, the Beast Incarnate gave every bit of his appreciation to the Destroyer, Samoa Joe.
Samoa Joe brought the fight to the Beast Incarnate in a way nobody has, and while he did lose the fight, the Universal Champion made sure that he won the war.
While many fans thought that the creative team would present Joe as a stepping stone in Lesnar's current Universal Championship run, Paul Heyman's involvement in the feud made it even more personal.
There's no denying that they have locked horns multiple times, but the build-up to their rivalry for Great Balls of Fire was nothing short of excellent.
Joe also in an interview with Sam Roberts stated his adulation for the Universal Champion, and the Beast Incarnate left no stone unturned to let the world notice how dangerous Samoa Joe could be.