Actually he does with Lesnar, he HAS to wear Brock down to where he is able to hit those moves because if not a fresh Lesnar will just counter attacks to his head(duh) and he DID use the flying knee to the head etc as well, WHEN he had him dazed and unable to see it coming/do something about it. If you punch someone 10-20 times in the gut, you're not gonna expect the next punch to be coming at your head either...again psychology it's how humans work even super humans as they are presented as.. probably news to you though?
Enough. Just stop already. You're basically trying to tell me that the reason it works here is because Lesnar would never expect Rollins to attack in a way that involved using a literal broken part of his body.
Yeah, no fucking shit he wouldn't expect that, because the act of doing so is completely illogical. You are causing more harm to yourself than you are to your opponent, because unlike your opponent, your body part is already broken. Think about what you are saying here.
It actually involves wrestling strategy/psychology. People are way more prone to take damage to the mid-section than they are to the head for obvious reason, you will always, unless you're a moron protect your head more than most other parts of your body so building up to the offense going to the main target of your attack is exactly that
How does this apply to a situation where Lesnar is lying down on an announcers table? The situation we are discussing here does not apply to what you are saying. Again, you're just proving my point.
psychology..again too advanced for the average wrestling fan to understand, that is obvious so probably wasting my time as usual.
No, that is not psychology. That is storytelling. Don't try to tell me I'm an average fan and that this is too much for me to comprehend when you can't even get your definitions correct.
The massive frog splash spot is a calculated risk and/or desperation which again is in the psychology of the match feeling he has to do anything and everything to weaken him so he won't be able to see the head/neck attacks coming.
You are now resorting to just using terms that don't even apply to actual parts of the match. Either learn what in-ring psychology is or stop using the term. And regardless of which ever you choose to do, stop pretending the frog splash has any actual basis on storytelling, because in order for it to be valid, there has to be a very logical reason for it.
And news flash, a man whose head is so beaten to the point where he's basically concussed isn't going to be able to defend his head all that well in a fight. And in an opportunity where Rollins could give him even more than that, he chose to go for something that WOULD end up causing him more pain than Lesnar. It was an illogical move on his end. Again, don't try to pretend that this was a case of him taking a risk and it paying off. It was completely illogical. You can't argue your way around it.
Could he have worked over the head/neck a bit more after he had him weakened BEFORE the stomp? Sure, but to say it's not psychology based or even suggest he wasn't selling the ribs is laughable and ignorant.
Rollins dove out of the ring, hit Lesnar while propelling himself in a straight line, ran back into the ring, did it again, and went for it a third time, all while showing no ill effects on the part of what were supposed to be broken ribs.
It's not laughable and ignorant to suggest he no sold the broken ribs, and I'm not suggesting it. I'm stating he did it, because that's literally what happened. To deny that is laughable and ignorant.
Ohh and it's wrestling it's not reality, it's like superheroes fighting, that's exactly how WRESTLING has always been presented, people being able to do superhuman things and overcome superhuman obstacles, it's a spectacle so trying to compare it to real life is just mind-boggling and a horrible attempt at justifying your own bias because you don't like something.
Don't pull the "wrestling ain't real" argument on me. Just don't. This is the ultimate form of straw grasping. You and I both know very well that in any other situation with any other different wrestler, you would not be making this argument. You are trying to justify Rollins doing something unbelievably stupid. That's all this is. I do not care that wrestling is script. I do not care that Wrestling is about overcoming obstacles and what not. And just an FYI, that is not what Pro Wrestling is. Pro Wrestling is storytelling. It always has and it always will be. And in storytelling, unless it is specifically stated otherwise, realism and logic plays a part. There was no realism and logic here. To even attempt to use the idea that wrestling isn't real in an argument like this is literally the equivalent of saying my dad could beat up your dad. It's one of the stupidest things I've ever seen.
And to make things worse, your entire argument was just destroyed with this point. You just said it yourself, wrestling isn't real. It's basically superheroes overcoming obstacles. So why should realism and logic matter? Why should it matter if Rollins is able to hit Lesnar so many times in the head without Lesnar being able to stop it? So what if that's stupid? You're sitting here trying to defend a guy doing a frog splash through a table with broken ribs, which is literally the equivalent of a guy doing an elbow drop with a broken elbow.
I'm not reading the rest of your post. This is easily one of the more baffling posts I've read this entire year, to the point where it's actually given me a headache. Learn what in-ring psychology is (because you have no idea what it is and don't even try to pretend that you do, you'll just make things worse for yourself) and understand what selling is because you clearly don't know what that is either. If you don't want to do either of those things, then I would suggest not responding to this post, because you are only going to make things worse for yourself if you do.