Watch: Brock Lesnar Flips 7-Foot-3 And 400-Pound Opponent 3 Times At Wrestlemania 39

Brock Lesnar took on and beat a massive opponent at Wrestlemania 39.

Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar - Image Credit @WWE Twitter
  • Brock Lesnar stole the show at Wrestlemania 39 by repeatedly tossing a much bigger and taller opponent
  • The ex-UFC champ lost in his previous Wrestlemania main event bout to Roman Reigns

Brock Lesnar got the crowd electrified once again Sunday during the second night of Wrestlemania 39 as he faced a 7-foot-3, 410-pound mammoth that goes by the name of Omos (real name Tolulope “Jordan” Omogbehin). Despite the massive size difference, the former UFC heavyweight champion still managed to toss Omos around the squared circle. Not once. Not twice. But three times in a row.

Brock doing Brock things

Right off the bat, Lesnar was evidently the underdog in the match. On the other hand, Omos capitalized on his advantage and successfully got the better of Lesnar, slamming and hurting the WWE legend in the early going.

The series of struggles saw Lesnar hurting his back but still managed to make a herculean comeback. Once Lesnar got to his rhythm, he stunned live fans in attendance by flipping Omos three consecutive times via German Suplex.

Watch the epic scene below:

To cap it off, Lesnar grabbed Omos and performed his signature F-5 finisher on his humongous opponent en route to a thrilling victory after three counts.

Lesnar’s Wrestlemania 39 performance against Omos marked his 12th appearance at the highly touted annual WWE event. It was quite a feat for the 45-year-old as only 19 other pro wrestlers have done it in the history of Wrestlemania.

At Wrestlemania 38, Lesnar lost to Roman Reigns in the main event.

A UFC legend

Lesnar has been a staple in the WWE and at one point became arguably the biggest draw in the UFC. He won the UFC heavyweight title at UFC 100 via a TKO victory over Frank Mir, the same fighter who spoiled his debut in the promotion be beating him via submission.

Lesnar last fought in the UFC in 2016 at UFC 200 where he secured a decision win over Mark Hunt. The result was later overturned to No Contest due to a pair of failed drug test. Since then, there had been talks about Lesnar’s UFC return but nothing has materialized to this day. Though unlikely to happen, Mir said he is open for a trilogy fight with Lesnar.

Published on April 3, 2023 at 11:29 am
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