2. Triple H
A night after facing a humiliating defeat to John Cena, Lesnar started a feud with the WWE CEO Triple H. Triple H refused to satisfy Lesnar’s unreasonable contract demands. This led to Lesnar attacking Triple H and breaking his arm with a Kimura Lock.
Paul Heyman soon made his return to manage Brock Lesnar, the duo would talk trash to the authority and tease quitting the company. At SummerSlam, Lesnar beat Triple H by submission after once again breaking his arm.
On February 25 episode of RAW, Lesnar attempted to attack Mr. McMahon only to get into a brawl with the CEO Triple H. This led to their rematch at Wrestlemania 29. Lesnar chose the stipulation to be a No Holds Barred with Triple H’s career on the line match.
Triple H won the match clean after delivering a Pedigree on the Steel Steps. Though Shawn Michaels was involved in the match, he never really attacked Lesnar or distracted him much, so this was a clean win for Triple H over Brock Lesnar.