Caption: Cena is in the list too…
Getting pinned in a match for three seconds is bad, being forced to submit is worse. It’s the most painful way to lose both physically and mentally and believe us, just about everyone has done that. We found 5 Superstars you would never believe submitted. It’s a proof no matter who you are everyone has pretty much everyone tapped out.
1. Triple H Vs John Cena
When Triple-H and John Cena collided in the WrestleMania XXII it seemed like the self-proclaimed king of kings would finally reclaim his throne especially after he kicked out of the attitude adjustment. Cena locked in the STF and Triple-H tapped becoming the first person to do so in a WWE Championship match at Wrestlemania.
2. Kurt Angle Vs John Cena
John Cena has built a career out of never giving up and he has proved it. Cena hasn’t submitted in more than a decade. The last man to make him do it was Kurt Angle, one of the best submission specialists in the WWE history
3. Stone Cold Steve Autin Vs Kurt Angle
In 2001, Angle came home to Pittsburg with one mission– to bring the WWE title back to WWE. To do it, he had to beat Stone Cold Steve Austin. Angle blocked the stunner and twisted and turned his ankle off until the Texas Rattlesnake tapped out.
4. Brock Lesnar Vs Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle is the only man to make Brock Lesnar submit in his entire WWE career. At Summerslam 2003, angle twisted Lesnar’s ankle so much that Brock could barely stand on his feet. When the gold medalist trapped Lesnar in the Ankle Lock, he had no choice but to tap out.
5. Kurt Angle Vs Chris Jericho
It was for the Intercontinental match when Kurt felt very much confident about winning and trusted that his chivalry towards Stephaine Mcmahon would pay off against her biggest enemy. Angle wasted a little time showing off which allowed Jericho to spin out the angle slam and lock in the walls of Jericho for the win.