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    Brock lesnar playing football.........

    im not a real fan of the WWE, and i watch football from time to time. but this guy is a pretty good size. i saw him pick up some 350 lb dude above his head and throw him. i wonder if his wrestling tactics could help out on the field. apparently the ravens(i think) signed him already.what do yall think?

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    I thought the vikings signed him

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    You have to have a great deal of athletic ability to be a star in the WWE, you have to be stong, coordinated, be able to take a beating, ect, all those things point to him having great NFL potential, especially with his stats.


    But in the NFL you have KNOW how to play football, its fast paced, and he hasn't played since high school.....one of the scouts said that Brock was a "Project with a captial P." And thats what he is..... he needs to learn how to play football at the NFL level.

    But it will be interesting to see what he does.


    Hes practicing with the Vikings FYI.
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    he's practicing with the vikings http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slu...ight&type=lgns

    signed a contract for league minimum

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    i give one season....

    theres a huge differnce between play fighting and pro football...

    i have a feeling his stats are they only thing he has going for him....

    after he gets his teeth rattled a couple of times he'll quit.....

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    he signed with the vikings

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    i know he is a project, but come on the guy is 295 low body fat, very quick, and freakishly strong. just tell him "sick em" and point at the qb.

    he's going to take lots of work but has the potential to be a tremendous pass rusher.

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    d line isnt that hard of a learning curve. I know its a big jump to the nfl but as long as he cant make tackles and sacks thats all that matters.

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    D line is harder then you think... He is too tall to be a nose or a tackle so I think end would suite him best but that is a little more involved at the pro level.

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    I was a defensive end in my first season of football in HS. There wasnt much to learn, but again this isnt hs its the nfl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DADDYDBOL
    i give one season....

    theres a huge differnce between play fighting and pro football...

    i have a feeling his stats are they only thing he has going for him....

    after he gets his teeth rattled a couple of times he'll quit.....
    ya im almost thinking the same, but this guy is hella big im sure he could use SOME wrestling tactics for the field, like elbow drop's and choke slams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DADDYDBOL
    i give one season....

    theres a huge differnce between play fighting and pro football...

    i have a feeling his stats are they only thing he has going for him....

    after he gets his teeth rattled a couple of times he'll quit.....

    I think he'll be fine......hes probably taken quite a beating from 'fake fighting,' the moves may be fake but the injuries are real.

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    dont they have a steroid policy in the NFL? If so them im sure he will be down from that 295 once he is off...

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    He Signed For The Leauge Min. On Saturday>

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    wasnt he trying out for Defensive end? Being that size and as quick as he is, i say he has some awesome potential

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    hes like tyson... to childlike for me to like and his arms, shoulders are crap..

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    He is an awsome athlete though, you have to admit

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoobJuice
    He is an awsome athlete though, you have to admit
    pretending your fighting isnt being an athlete... its pretending to be..lol

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    I've seen worse.....I couldn't walk on and play pro ball or even make the team. I can't complain. Considering all the time he spent fake wrestling and training he's in pretty good shape. I look for him to lose a lot of size and become more of an nfl type looking athlete. His physical skill is crazy though. I seen his training results and they were way above average for most nfl dlinemen. I seen him murdering 405 for reps on espn last night. I'm quite sure hes used to full contact. WWE is totally a joke but the guys are athletes regardless. I'll lay money that most people on here couldnt train like those guys do. Also,considering he actually did well in college is something else to think of. Rumor is he's going to be spending some time in NFL europe to develop.
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    hey brock lesner signed a football contract

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