Brock Lesnar Once Suplexed A Member Of The Kansas City Chiefs
Brock Lesnar is a conquerer. He conquered amateur wrestling, the WWE and the UFC. He is the beast incarnate, a skilled fighter and the biggest draw in both professional wrestling and mixed martial arts. Perhaps the only thing that Brock Lesnar has not had an extreme amount of success is in professional football. Back in 2004, Lesnar had a try out with the Minnesota Vikings after an impressive showing at the NFL combine. After playing throughout the preseason, Lesnar wound up getting cut and never made it in the NFL.
Lesnar has always been seen as out for himself. He has a job to do and he's going to make his money and get the hell out of there. No one would really think of Lesnar as a "team player". Lesnar's time with the Vikings should change that perception though. As his former teammate, Nate Burleson, told us on the NFL Network, Lesnar was an awesome teammate. In fact, when someone tried cheap shotting Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper, Lesnar was not going to stand for it.
The obvious question that comes to mind is if the move that Lesnar pulled an actual suplex? So often announcers claim that a defender "suplexed" him, but did he really perform the move properly? Was it a belly-to-belly suplex? A German? A belly-to-back? Perhaps a fisherman's or a northern lights? Was it a straight vertical with the blood rushing to the head? Burleson really needed to provide us with more details of the episode.
It's still heartwarming to hear that Lesnar has never stopped taking opponents to Suplex City.
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