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Taken From Dymatize Nutrition Magazine:

Kurt and I competed against each other at EVERYTHING. We hated losing to each other, but it was all in good fun. We even wrestled in the back - he was a little weasel. That was our things, and it went on for a very long time. Even today, there is no way I will let Kurt beat me at something.

At one of the events, the guys in the back were all testing their strength through arm-wrestling and 'mercy'. Most of them were there to 'impress the divas'. I remember running through all of them, even Paul [Big Show], who had bananas for fingers. The only guy I remember being stronger than me and it pissed me off because I hated not being first, was Kane. No one in the WWE was as strong as that guy. Trying to slam his arm down was like trying to push over a tree with one arm.

The life style was too much for me. Right now, I am doing what I love to do - sleep, train, fight and spend time with my family. That is all that matters to me.
http://www.mmamania.com/2010/11/10/1806823/brock-lesnar-reminisces-of-favorite-wwe-moments

That's kinda funny, I wanna see some arm wrestling matches between some of the wrestlers. Someone should record it, haha.
 

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Re: Brock Lesnar talks "arm wrestling" matches backstage, mentions the strongest wres

Cool to hear Kane is the best at arm wrestling.

Weird though
 

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Re: Brock Lesnar talks "arm wrestling" matches backstage, mentions the strongest wres

Another Undertaker diss this :gun:
 

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Re: Brock Lesnar talks "arm wrestling" matches backstage, mentions the strongest wres

Remember though, this was when Kane was still strong, now he is probably significantly weaker since he hasn't been able to work out thanks to that torn bicep years back.

 

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Re: Brock Lesnar talks "arm wrestling" matches backstage, mentions the strongest wres

I thought Jericho would be the best :sad:
 

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In his book, Chris Jericho claimed that he has a special technique for arm-wrestling, and he's never lost a contest since he's learned it......... I think he's full of SHIT; I don't see him beating anyone bigger than him in an arm wrestling match.
 

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M replying too late on this thread, but I feel Kane was the only guy who lifted Big Show (with his arms) took a few steps and threw him out of the ring. I mean lifting someone one your shoulders or taking a suplex(where Show helps you) is still doable for wrestlers who are really strong and have good core strength. But lifting Show with just your arms and throwing him out of the ring is something completely different.
 

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Kane was an absolute monster during his prime

not to long ago i was taking a trip down memory lane and looking at his wwf debut and i almost forgot how jacked he was
 

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He should tell us some more Kurt stories. Hopefully Austin brings him up on the podcast so him and Brock can bury WWE for not signing him.
 

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Just a look at Kane in his prime will make you feel that he was way ahead of the other so-called "beasts" in the WWE. I mean his gimmick was awesome but his strength, mannerism and overall physique made him so interesting. Glenn Jacobs puts in a lot of effort to make his gimmicks look believable.
 

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You always hear how prime Kane was pound for pound the strongest guy in WWE, I wish he would've gotten booked more like the monster that he really was. Sure he had solid, upper midcard booking but he never got a sustained ME push like I feel he deserved.
 

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Wow, random as random gets, but cool to see a bit of history. Even if he is getting a bit on the veteran side of things he's still probably stronger than many want to give him credit for.
 

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M replying too late on this thread, but I feel Kane was the only guy who lifted Big Show (with his arms) took a few steps and threw him out of the ring. I mean lifting someone one your shoulders or taking a suplex(where Show helps you) is still doable for wrestlers who are really strong and have good core strength. But lifting Show with just your arms and throwing him out of the ring is something completely different.
How did you even find this?
 

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