The Game vs. The Beast. WWE has posted a new video to its YouTube channel in which they show the full No Disqualification match between Triple H and Brock Lesnar from SummerSlam 2012.
You can see the match in its entirety below:
Once the bell rang, the two gladiators charged at each other full force. Lesnar used his boulder-sized shoulders to jam The Game into the corner. An early attempt to cinch in the Kimura Lock was fruitless, as Triple H escaped and disposed of Lesnar over the top rope. After taking a moment to recompose himself, Lesnar re-entered the ring, removed his MMA-style gloves and glared menacingly across the ring. Lesnar repeatedly targeted Triple H’s left arm, key-locking the limb and slamming Triple H on it (once on a table), stomping on it and sending Triple H arm and shoulder first into the steel ring steps. The Game withstood the punishment, firing off his own DDT and nailing Lesnar with stiff blows.
Lesnar recovered enough to deliver a blatant low-blow. At that point, Heyman reminded the referee that Triple H “wanted the fight.” The man who sought to bring credibility to WWE then hoisted The Game onto his shoulders and spun him into an F-5 that, against all odds, Triple H kicked out of.
After Triple H powered out of subsequent Kimura Lock, he rebounded just enough to drill Lesnar with the Pedigree.
On this night, however, Lesnar would not be denied. Ten years after beating The Rock at SummerSlam 2002 to become the youngest WWE Champion in history, Lesnar rolled through Triple H’s pin attempt and locked in the Kimura Lock. The gutsy Triple H battled to stay alive, but after Lesnar locked in the Kimura Lock even deeper, he had no choice but to tap.
If this loss is, in fact, the endgame for Triple H, as Lesnar and Heyman contended it would be, he went out in a blaze of glory. Lesnar held on the Kimura Lock just long enough to squeeze a submission out of The Game. As soon as Armstrong called for the bell, Lesnar exhaustedly released the hold and crumbled to the mat.
Whenever these two get together, it is nothing short of pure gold.
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