Brock Lesnar "Here Comes The Pain Collector's Edition" DVD Synopsis And Trailer

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The website has released the trailer and synopsis for the upcoming WWE DVD: Brock Lesnar "Here Comes the Pain Collector's Edition." The DVD is set to be released on October 30, 2012. The entire description of the DVD and the trailer is embedded below:

The night after WrestleMania XXVIII, Brock Lesnar made a shocking return to the ring and leveled John Cena with an F-5, sending a message that after eight years, the pain is back! In 2002 and 2003, The Next Big Thing brought it to the biggest and baddest competition in WWE, becoming the youngest WWE Champion of all time and a household name virtually overnight. His awe-inspiring physique, amateur championship pedigree and affinity for punishing opponents made him an unstoppable force in the ring. Now, after years of dominating the MMA scene, Brock is back and looking to steamroll the biggest Superstars of today. This rerelease of the 2003 DVD, Here Comes the Pain, includes the original documentary that chronicles Brock's meteoric rise to fame, as well as six hours of additional matches not included on the original DVD! Plus, hear Brock's controversial comments upon his return to sport entertainment! . Fans can experience classic matches against Hulk Hogan, Undertaker, Rey Mysterio, Randy Orton and many more!

Growing Up

Debut: Destruction

King Brock

Brock vs. Rock

Battling the Dead Man

Surviving the Big Show

Wrestling Machines


Stretcher Match

Brock Lesnar makes his WWE Debut
18th March, 2002

“The Next Big Thing” takes on the Hardy Boyz
8th April, 2002

Brock Lesnar returns to WWE
2nd April, 2012

- DVD 2

Coming Back

Brock Lesnar vs. Leviathan
Ohio Valley Wrestling 28th September, 2001

The Journey

OVW Southern Tag Team Championship Match
Rico Constantino & Prototype vs. The Minnesota Stretching Crew
Ohio Valley Wrestling 10th November, 2001


Jeff Hardy vs. Brock Lesnar
Backlash 21st April, 2002

Wrecking Machine

King of the Ring Finals
Rob Van Dam vs. Brock Lesnar
King of the Ring 23rd June, 2002

Who I Am

Rob Van Dam & ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Undertaker & Brock Lesnar
Raw 15th July, 2002

Hard Work

#1 Contender Match for the WWE Undisputed Championship
Hollywood Hulk Hogan vs. Brock Lesnar
SmackDown 8th August , 2002


WWE Undisputed Championship Match
The Rock vs. Brock Lesnar
SummerSlam 25th August, 2002

Carrying Myself

Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Orton
SmackDown 5th September, 2002


WWE Undisputed Championship Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker
Unforgiven 22nd September, 2002

New Challenges

Hell in a Cell Match for the WWE Championship
Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar
No Mercy 20th October, 2002

No Friends

Royal Rumble Match
Royal Rumble 19th January, 2003


Brock Lesnar vs. Team Angle
SmackDown 27th February, 2003

- DVD 3

No Pain

WWE Championship Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle
WrestleMania XIX 30th March, 2003

Fight for It!

WWE Championship Match
Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena
Backlash 27th April, 2003

Being the Best

60-Minute Iron Man Match for the WWE Championship
Kurt Angle vs. Brock Lesnar
SmackDown 18th September, 2003


Rey Mysterio vs. Brock Lesnar
SmackDown 11th December, 2003


WWE Championship Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Big Show
SmackDown 12th June, 2003

Reckless Abandonment

Interpromotional Match
Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar
WrestleMania XX 14th March, 2004


  • XKonn247

    Did they really have to go and feature the Goldberg match? It was horrible.

  • Dave Barton

    He would've such so much more of a lasting impact this time around if he wasn't part-time. I understand it was the only way he would sign on, but he's such an afterthought because we hardly hear of him or see him.

    • izblack

      Agreed. Hopefully after WM29 Vince will be able too extend or reconstruct his contract so he’ll work more matches in 2013

  • Da truth agrees!

    Brock Lesnar is the best pure athlete WWE has ever had! The things he can do with his size is rare in any sport, period. The guy looks like he should be champion. Say what you will about big guys in the WWE Main Event constantly, but the lack of size with guys like Brock, Batista, Taker are the reasons the main events and WWE is lacks excitement.

    I hate to say it, but Kevin Nash has a point to a degree. Guys like Rey, Eddie and Benoit were great champions, but they were competing against twice their size. JBL, Brock, Triple H, Big Show, etc…And even more recently when The Rock stood in the ring next to the Miz and R Truth and how he overwhelmingly took the attention with his sheer size and presentation alone. He looked as big as the ring and not the other way around.

    Look at Boxing and the UFC. While you do have other lighter weight class talent that can carry the ball, they can't light a candle when it comes to PPV buys and ratings when you have a talented and dominate Heavyweight. Brock Lesnar and Mike Tyson are just 2 examples of this. He was the talk of the UFC even while he was recovering from his sickness and not fighting.

    Size sells!