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Old 02-05-2013, 12:29 PM   #61 (permalink)
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I don't think this was part of the script, and LMFAO @ anyone who says those are wooden chairs

those are heavy, HEAVY metal chairs folks and the bass thumps when they hit miz and the ground cannot be faked

and look at Miz's face and pain.. it was obvious Brock went off-script.. he was supposed to destroy the set but not throw LEGIT furniture at miz like that

miz's expression is basically.. "what the fuck brock.."
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#brutal

I don't think this was part of the script, and LMFAO @ anyone who says those are wooden chairs

those are heavy, HEAVY metal chairs folks and the bass thumps when they hit miz and the ground cannot be faked

and look at Miz's face and pain.. it was obvious Brock went off-script.. he was supposed to destroy the set but not throw LEGIT furniture at miz like that

miz's expression is basically.. "what the fuck brock.."
Yeh it might been a bit uncalled for but we dont really know how it was suppose to be. We can only speculate.
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Yeh it might been a bit uncalled for but we dont really know how it was suppose to be. We can only speculate.
I like your explanation that miz may have moved too slow but when i first saw it.. brock was obviously throwing those things down at him

it's just too much evidence to think that was not a botch and brock went off script

i can see vince backstage going "ok brock, throw miz around like a rag doll, get him out of the ring and just start throwing furniture all over the place. destroy the set"

.....Brock did that, except he threw legit furniture at miz as well

one thing is sure.. that was real and it was #brutal
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Default Re: Is Brock Lesnar unsafe to work with?

I think for the most part he's fine but you sometimes get that feeling where you think he's going to go one move too far, the impact and power he has is immense to watch but I wouldn't want to be a wrestler against him unless he'd been back training to the same level these guys do week in week out. (By that I mean wrestling moves not working out or punching / kicking bags)
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Outstanding. Brock basically living our dream right there. Who wouldn't turn down the opportunity to fuck a chair at a helpless Miz?
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:54 PM   #67 (permalink)
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#brutal

I don't think this was part of the script, and LMFAO @ anyone who says those are wooden chairs

those are heavy, HEAVY metal chairs folks and the bass thumps when they hit miz and the ground cannot be faked

and look at Miz's face and pain.. it was obvious Brock went off-script.. he was supposed to destroy the set but not throw LEGIT furniture at miz like that

miz's expression is basically.. "what the fuck brock.."
Wooden chairs are often heavier than metal ones though. Metal is harder so you can make sturdy hollow constructions, while wood needs to be solid to be sturdy. In any case it's of course not pleasant to get a chair thrown on top of you, but not that big of a deal since these guys are trained to take hits and falls. Miz can take it so it's clearly not unsafe, to comment on the question in the thread title.

It helped make an awesome segment though and very refreshing to see someone actually throwing things on his opponent than just in the same general direction but clearly meant to miss.
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Lesnar's experience says he is the one or one of the most safe to work with.

Wrestling is physical and people in it get hurt on a daily basis. Lesnar knows how to walk the thin line between the wrestling and fighting punches. He probably pulls some semi-serious attack moves from time to time to sell shit, but that is the same theme with everyone else.
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Lesnar is indeed an unsafe worker. Don't take this out of context though, because he's not dangerous, he's just a fuckin stiff goon. You could probably find just as many moments of Lesnar almost killing someone and then find moments of Lesnar almost killing himself.


I also doubt Lesnar would complain about stiff shots too, considering he's very stiff these days. I'm good with Lesnar's recklessness, more people need to be a little more reckless to add some excitement.
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There was a few times in his first run when he injured himself or other people, He dropped A-Train on his head and broke Bob Holly's neck not sure if that was all his fault though depends who's story you believe, As far as him being unsafe I don't think he's as unsafe as anyone else on the roster the only difference is Brock could kill anyone on the roster so if he botches a move or hits a bit to stiff your going to know about it.

The only guy i wouldn't put him in the ring with is Undertaker and thats only because with the shape Undertaker is in Brock might really hurt him if he goes out there and has the same type of match he had with Cena and HHH
Whoops, quoted the wrong post above. This is the one I meant.
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