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WWE: Brock Lesnar: Here Comes the Pain (2003)

Not Rated | | Action | Video 12 August 2003
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The pain is back! Eight years after hitting the WWE with F-5 fury, Brock Lesnar has returned to deliver destruction to the WWE Universe for a second time. Brock Lesnar Here Comes the Pain! ... See full summary »
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Brock Lesnar ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
André the Giant ... Andre the Giant (archive footage)
Kurt Angle ... Himself
Steve Austin ... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin (archive footage)
Dave Bautista ... Leviathan / Batista (archive footage)
Shelton Benjamin ... Shelton Benjamin (archive footage)
Matt Bloom ... A-Train (archive footage)
Gerald Brisco ... Himself
Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker
Sara Calaway Sara Calaway ... Herself (archive footage)
John Cena ... Himself
Mike Chioda ... Mike Chioda - Referee
Rico Constantino Rico Constantino ... Rico (archive footage)
James E. Cornette ... Jim Cornette (archive footage)
Michael Coulthard ... Himself
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The pain is back! Eight years after hitting the WWE with F-5 fury, Brock Lesnar has returned to deliver destruction to the WWE Universe for a second time. Brock Lesnar Here Comes the Pain! Collectors' Edition features the original documentary recounting the devastation wrought by Lesnar's first run in WWE.

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Not that good
1 September 2003 | by inchaladaSee all my reviews

This DVD is nothing more than a profile of Lesnars' first year and a half in the WWE. There is nothing of note surrounding his childhood or his amateur wrestling days. There is way too much focus on his WWE career and not enough insight into the man.

The DVD extras on the other hand are well worth the money featuring his tussles against Hulk Hogan, The Rock, Undertaker, Kurt Angle and Two Big Show matches.

Buy this in DVD because the matches are the only good thing going for it. The documentary portion is the pits.


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