if you phrase it like that, any match is going to sound stupid.
whatd you think of the last few Undertaker wrestlemania matches?
Those matches were everything HHH V Lesnar wanted to be. Those matches were EXECUTED well. They were much better paced, had a much better build, had much more heat, and actually told a story with a clear beginning, middle, and end. HHH V Lesnar was just a bunch of lumbering and stumbling around the ring with no heat or intensity to keep me engaged.
Its was a bad, bad match.
still think story line
wwe have aj lose belt then they will have aj job lose wwe wrestlers turn on aj
punk gets upset go back to wwe kick butt does a pipe bomb
The Miz (c) vs. Rey Mysterio - ***
World Heavyweight Championship
Sheamus (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio - **3/4
WWE Tag Team Championship
R-Truth & Kofi Kingston (c) vs. The Primetime Players - *3/4
CM Punk (c) vs. John Cena vs. Big Show - **1/2
Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H - ****
Ok show overall, was a little let down by the Bryan and Kane match thought it was going to be better then that. Triple h vs Brock was a good match overall, could have gone on 5-10 minutes longer if i'm honest, but great storytelling with Brock working the arm all match Triple H tapping was also great, didn't think Brock would get the tap out win,
The difference between HHH/Lesnar and Cena/Lesnar is that Lesnar's pure brutality and performance was so fresh and something we haven't seen before. Plus Cena's babyface performance was incredible. Hell I wanted lesnar to win against cena but I found myself rooting for cena because of all the brutal shit lesnar was putting him through. The absolute dominance of lesnar was something incredible. HHH/Lesnar to me, while it was a really good match it just felt lacking to me. The pace just dragged on, lesnar didn't seem to be this unstoppable monster anymore because of the cena match earlier this year. The selling was tremendous though. The match just didn't feel like a do or die match the way cena vs lesnar was.
Count me in on the side that was disappointed by Brock/HHH. It felt more like a Dean Malenko Saturday Night match than a legit Brock Lesnar ass-kicking. Pacing was terrible, tons of move spamming, lacked the surreal feel that Cena/Brock had, weak climax, and dead crowd. A shame because most of the undercard was pretty solid.