Brock Edward Lesnar was born on July 12, 1977 in Webster, South Dakota. He was an
accomplished amateur wrestler, finishing his amateur career as a two-time NJCAA
All-American, 1998 NJCAA Heavyweight Champion, two-time NCAA All-American,
two-time Big Ten Conference Champion, and the 2000 NCAA heavyweight champion
with a record of 106–5 overall in four years of college. Brock then gained
prominence in WWE, where he was a three-time WWE Champion. After leaving WWE in 2004, Lesnar pursued
a career in the NFL. He played during the preseason for the Minnesota Vikings.
Lesnar returned to professional wrestling at the end of 2005, and joined New
Japan Pro Wrestling, where he won the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. In 2007 Brock started a career in Mixed
Martial Arts and won the Undisputed UFC Heavyweight Championship. In december of 2011 Brock announced his retirement from the sport.
He returned to WWE in april 2012.
Brock and Goldberg engage in a stare off. Brock drives Goldberg into the corner. Goldberg shoves Brock to the canvas. Goldberg Spear’s Brock. Goldberg with another Spear to Brock. Paul Heyman is begging for mercy on the outside. Goldberg plants Brock with the Jack Hammer to pickup the victory.
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After 12 years, Goldberg will return to a WWE ring for a Mega Match against Brock Lesnar, turning the WWE Universe’s fantasy warfare into hard-hitting reality. The battlefield of choice? Survivor Series, live Sunday, Nov. 20, on WWE Network.
Goldberg’s path to the ring went from pie-in-the-sky hypothetical to signed and sealed over a matter of weeks, as Paul Heyman responded to the former World Heavyweight Champion’s noncommittal SportsCenter interview with a challenge on behalf of The Beast Incarnate. Goldberg, Heyman explained, was not just a mirror image of Brock throughout the Monday Night War, but he holds the distinction of a 1-0 record against The Conqueror. This, of course, is something Heyman could not abide, especially given Goldberg’s casual dismissing of Lesnar in the lead-up to the release of WWE 2K17, where both are featured Superstars (Lesnar is the cover athlete; Goldberg a downloadable exclusive).
Even so, Heyman must have been surprised when Goldberg took him up on his offer, declaring The Beast to be “last” on his infamous hit list, with the time and place confirmed one week later on WWE’s official Twitter account. Now, at WWE’s fall classic, Goldberg will either join the ranks of the conquered, or forever be known as The One Who Beat the One in 23-1.
Tune in to see this epic clash of icons when WWE Survivor Series airs live Sunday, Nov. 20, at 7 ET/4 PT, only on the award-winning WWE Network. [credit: wwe.com]
Security is lined up in the ring. Brock Lesnar makes his way out to a pop. Paul Heyman is right behind him as the pyro goes off. Brock slips a bit jumping on the apron but he saves it and enters. He pushes some of the security out of the way as he paces around the ring. It looks like a line of security will be in between both men for this segment. Fans start chanting for Goldberg.
Goldberg’s music hits and out he comes to a pop. The Goldberg chants continue and they’re loud. Heyman takes the mic and introduces himself but Goldberg cuts him off and says this has nothing to do with Heyman, it’s about he and Brock. Heyman goes on but Goldberg tells him to shut up and get the rent-a-cops out of the ring so the only two real men in the ring can get it on. The chants continue as Heyman and Lesnar pace around. Heyman goes to start his intro over but Goldberg yells at him to shut up. Heyman continues anyway as fans boo. Heyman says security is here for Goldberg’s protection. The chants continue, causing Heyman to re-start an intro. Heyman goes on and brings up The Undertaker’s Streak ending and Lesnar beating John Cena. Goldberg tells him to shut his mouth. Goldberg says there’s a long list of people Lesnar has conquered but he’s not on it and that burns Brock’s little ass every time he thinks about it. Goldberg brings up what Lesnar said about his family last week and tells him to shove it… Heyman cuts him off and goes off about Goldberg disrespecting Lesnar. Goldberg says the next time Heyman mentions his family, he’s going to rip Heyman’s head off and feed it to Lesnar. The crowd pops and chants for Goldberg again.
Heyman apologizes for raising his voice, saying it was unprofessional. Heyman brings up the “fantasy warfare just got real” tagline for Survivor Series. He says the superhero idea Goldberg has in his head is fantasy but Lesnar is very real, like the beating he’s going to suffer this Sunday. Heyman has an offer. He wants Goldberg to consider… the chants start again and Heyman yells at the crowd to shut the hell up. Heyman says the crowd is pissing off his beast. Heyman offers to find Goldberg a replacement for Sunday and says maybe Goldberg can buy his son a WWE Network gift card to watch Lesnar do his thing… Goldberg takes off his shirt and is ready to fight. Heyman says Goldberg is getting just a little too agitated in front of his beast. Heyman says Goldberg shall be beaten, victimized and conquered by Lesnar this Sunday. It looks like Lesnar shoves a guard or two Goldberg’s way but they just hit the mat. Heyman goes on with his promo and says Goldberg will beaten so unrecognizable that his son will call Lesnar daddy. Goldberg starts taking out security guards. Lesnar watches from the apron and Heyman is at ringside. The final guards leave the ring. Goldberg motions for Lesnar to come in. Lesnar takes off his shirt and puts one foot in the ring but backs out and hops off the apron. Fans boo. The Goldberg chants start up again. Heyman and Lesnar leave as Goldberg’s music hits and he poses for fans. [report credit: Wrestlinginc.com]
It was pretty visible on WWE Raw last night that the Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman segment did not go exactly as planned, as Paul Heyman was trying hard to get fans to chant “Goldberg”, but they were instead cheering for their hometown star Brock Lesnar, and chanting things like “Goldberg sucks” and “Suplex City.”
Bryan Alvarez noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that Vince McMahon “blew a gasket” backstage over the reaction from the fans and had Lesnar’s music play to end the segment early. It was noted that the segment was scheduled to go longer, put Vince pulled the plug “right in the middle of it.”
Fans pop as Brock Lesnar makes his way out with Paul Heyman. We get a look back at Bill Goldberg making his return last week.
Heyman says Lesnar has authorized him to come address the situation with this guy, this super dad, this wannabe superhero, this guy who thinks he was Brock Lesnar before there ever was a Brock Lesnar, this guy Goldberg. Fans were chanting Goldberg’s name but they boo the name when Heyman says it. The Goldberg chants start again but so do the Suplex City chants. Heyman says those Goldberg chants are really starting to piss Lesnar off. Heyman goes on and gets the dueling chants started again. The Suplex City chants are definitely louder.
Heyman advises the fans chanting Goldberg to stop before Lesnar takes matters into his own hands. The chants for both Superstars continue. Heyman yells about Lesnar coming home to half of a crowd chanting for Goldberg. He says this is all Goldberg’s fault. A “Goldberg sucks” chant starts now. Lesnar laughs. The music hits as Lesnar and Heyman leave the ring. [report credit: WrestlingInc.com]
Brock Lesnar asked for testing on eye medication and foot cream for clomiphene and clomiphene metabolites in relation to his failed UFC 200 drug tests. MMAjunkie reports that Lesnar’s lawyer told the NSAC of efforts to find out where the substance, which is an estrogen blocker and which Lesnar tested positive for, came from in a request to postpone a disciplinary hearing.
The lawyer said that the tests have been unsuccessful as of yet, writing, “We are still investigating this matter (which investigation includes the ongoing testing of products used by Mr. Lesnar prior to the date of the positive test),” wrote Howard Jacobs. To provide further detail, I am advised that the testing laboratory (Korva Labs) initially tested an eye medication, which was negative for either clomiphene or clomiphene metabolites. Subsequent testing has been conducted on a foot cream; that testing has included three separate extraction attempts, all of which have failed. A fourth extraction attempt is being made by Korva Labs this week.”