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Brock Lesnar isn't someone in wrestling you can easily forget. He's had a memorable career, but what when did he reach for the sky and when did he fall from grace?

High: Winning his first wwe championship at summerslam 2002.

Low: The match against goldberg at wrestlemania 20. Both men were leaving the wwe so they deliberately put on a stinker of a match with no effort involved and the crowd knew it.
 

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High: Doing a shooting star press on Kurt Angle.

Low: Almost breaking his neck doing a shooting star press on Kurt Angle.
Still trying to figure out why Lesnar especially of his preferred style would even bother attempting a SSP he even got decent height but a bad arc landing.
 

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Low would be the period that he was burnt out and dropped out of the WWF not completely sure what he would do with himself. It sounds s lot like the beginning of a tragedy
 

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High: THE NEXT BIG THING!

Low: finally coming back but just as a part timer rather than just continuing where he left off as the next big thing
 

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High hmm just including WWE because his highs would obviously be UFC too... Summerslam 2002, Return night after Wrestlemania 28, Summerslam 2013, Wrestlemania 30, Summerslam 2014, Royal Rumble 2015, Wrestlemania 33

High: THE NEXT BIG THING!

Low: finally coming back but just as a part timer rather than just continuing where he left off as the next big thing
Botched babyface turn, losing title to big show, being mainevent for the lowest drawing Wrestlemania before or since 97, the Goldberg fiasco, being overexposed on TV.

Look there was positives to that run ie April to August 2002 and some decent matches but run from 2012- present blows it away completely. We are ten years into this current run and he feels fresh still
 

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Highs:
Obviously his UFC career. But as far as pro-wrestling goes, it has to be winning the WWE championship at Summerslam 2002 and ending Undertaker's streak at Wrestlemania 30.

Lows:
His matches with Goldberg. Just dreadful.
 
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