“I wanna wrestle somebody who don’t do my s**t”- Former ECW legend wants Brock Lesnar for his retirement match

Former 2-time ECW World Heavyweight Champion has named The Beast Brock Lesnar as his dream opponent whom he would to face in his retirement match

WCW legend wants Brock Lesnar as his retirement match opponent
WCW legend names Brock Lesnar as his dream opponent

Facing Brock Lesnar in a match is every superstar’s dream but not everyone gets that lucky enough to share the ring with him. Over the years, Lesnar has grown himself as an inspiration to many by doing revolutionary work in this industry. Brock Lesnar carries an unmatched persona and ring presence which looks missing in majority of mordern era wrestlers.

Former ECW legend Sabu recently expressed his desire to face The Beast in his retirement match while speaking in an interview with “Title match Wrestling”. He said Lesnar would be his dream opponent for his farewell match but the very next moment he also admitted that it will never happen although he loves everything what Brock Lesnar does when he’s in that ring.

“My dream opponent for my retirement match would be Brock Lesnar,” Sabu said. “It’ll never happen, but I like Brock, I love Brock. I don’t even know him, but I like his work. I like what he does. He doesn’t do anything I do. Everything he does, I don’t do, and that’s what I wanna do. I wanna wrestle somebody who don’t do my s**t.”

The Homicidal Sabu was known for his high-flying maneuvers and hardcore wrestling ability in his active days as a competitor. He’s considered as a legend of ECW where he was a 2-time ECW World Heavyweight Champion too.

Brock Lesnar is a menacing wrestling sensation

Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar

Debuting on Smackdown in 2002 alongside Paul Heyman as his manager, Brock Lesnar has now become one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. He became the youngest WWE champion in history holding the title at an age of 25 years. He’s the only athlete to hold the major World Heavyweight Championships in UFC, WWE, NJPW and the NCAA.

Brock Lesnar had headlines multiple Wrestlemania events throughout his career with the most recent example of this year when he faced Roman Reigns for the Championship Unification. Lesnar is also known for ending the The Undertaker’s Wrestlemania undefeated streak at Wrestlemania 30 when Lesnar destroyed The Deadman following three vicious F-5s and finally put him to rest. This is regarded as to be one of the greatest moments in WWE history ever.

Lesnar is currently set to face Roman Reigns once again in a Last Man Standing match for the Undisputed Universal Championship come this Summerslam. Also, WWE has added some more dates on Brock Lesnar’s schedule leading upto the Biggest party of Summer as he’s set to appear on three shows before that. He’s currently set for July 11th Raw in San Antonio, 22nd July Smackdown in Boston and 29th July Smackdown in Atlanta.

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