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post #91 of 101 (permalink) Old 02-06-2013, 03:36 AM
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Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

It's ok. You only see him a couple times a year so you know if he hurts you its gonna be six months before it happens again
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Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

Nar it's just his intensity that makes it looking that. Like others have stated probley one of the more safer guys to work with.

Also those chairs are light as hell and more then likely wouldn't hurt much at all.

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Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

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Brock makes the illusion that he's unsafe. If you believe that he's unsafe and a doesn't hold back then - MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.
This, he is just really good at what he does in my opinion.
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Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

Did no one else notice he sorta "pulled" the chair throwing at Miz? You could see him just slightly hesitate and remember at the last second not to throw them full force. He was throwing them full speed and then at the last second you could definitely see him put the brakes on.
I'm sure Miz will be fine. He may not be the worlds greatest wrestler, but he is still a wrestler none the less and as such is used to taking a few hits.
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Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

He's always worked stiff, on the first Lesnar DVD Shane Helms said getting double-legged by him hurt like hell, but that doesn't mean it's unsafe. A lot of people don't realise that pro wrestling hurts, even though the moves are choreographed. Just because you know a hit is coming doesn't mean it hurts any less.
Only injuries I can remember Brock being responsible for are A-Train (weird delivery of the F5) and Bob Holly (which was Hollys fault as he was sandbagging a Lesnar powerbomb). There may be others but can't recall any off the top of my head.

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People moan that its too PG then complain when Brock works stiff ... I for one like the fact that Brock can blur the lines of real/fake you just know someone is getting their head kicked in also a thanks is in need for destroying the Miz.. Lol


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Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

I remember reading something that Zack Gowen said about when Brock totally beat the shit out of him and that Brock took care when that beat down was happening so thats one sign he is a safe worker
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Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

Ok, I honestly never cared for anything involving Miz, whether he was heel or face.

But after seeing dimwitted Brock Lesnar in action last Monday, I really did get concerned about whether Miz got hurt or not. And whether or not Miz was injured, what Brock did was a dick move throwing that chair at Miz, maybe even striking his head.

Say what you want about Miz' failing WWE direction, but he's a better person in real life than Prick Lesnar is.
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Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

He was labeled unsafe to work with even before he was doing the whole MMA gimmick back in 2003. I'm a Lesnar fan and even I can admit this. If anybody else did some of the shit that Lesnar has done in now and in the past they'd be fired. Only a select few could get away with it. The thing is, the WWE doesn't care because he's so important to their show.

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