Brock Lesnar defeats Randy Orton in SummerSlam rematch

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You can’t help but sit up and pay attention whenever Brock Lesnar is in action, and the level of interest was raised this weekend when The Beast Incarnate competed on a live event with Paul Heyman by side in a SummerSlam rematch.

The Allstate Arena in Chicago was playing host to the rematch between Lesnar and Randy Orton, and by the looks of things, this short match seemed to be a whole lot more fun than their first outing last month.


First, we had Heyman tell Chicago that a regular wrestling match wasn’t good enough and that the rematch would be the first ever Suplex City Death Match.


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Basically, a no disqualification match. This included no count-outs or referee stoppages under any condition.

The start of the match, which you can view below, was documented with some excellent camerawork by Twitter user “@GuyInGreenWWE”.

The clash began with Orton running through the crowd to thunderous roars, grabbing a steel chair from ringside and hitting Lesnar with it right off the bat.


However, in the end, it was Lesnar who prevailed.

After eating an RKO onto the steel chair earlier in the match, Lesnar managed to battle through the back-and-forth encounter by hitting one last F5 for the win, giving the lucky fans of Chi-Town a clash to remember.

It didn’t end there, though. Lesnar returned to the ring to send Orton to Suplex City three more times, letting the Windy City know exactly who the better man was.

What did you make of Brock Lesnar’s second victory over Randy Orton? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.

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