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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.

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Archive for January 2014

TMZ met up with UFC president Dana White in NYC yesterday and asked him about the rumors of Brock wanting to fight in UFC again

Posted by: Suzi
Date: January 31st
Categories: News

Triple H addressed Brock’s recent actions on RAW in this interview with Michael Cole:

He turned down Brock Lesnar’s requests for matches against Batista and Randy Orton on RAW because both of those men earned their positions (Batista as #1 contender, Orton as champ). If Lesnar wants something, he’ll have to earn it. He added that he doesn’t well with ultimatums.

Lesnar was offered an opportunity to qualify for the Elimination Chamber, but Paul Heyman felt that Lesnar was above that. HHH said that Lesnar might not show his face for a little bit, but at the end of the day, Lesnar is “a prize fighter,” and that he will return when he feels that the prize is right.

Triple H chuckled about Lesnar beating down Cody Rhodes and Goldust, but said that they will still receive a rematch for the tag team titles against The New Age Outlaws on RAW in a cage match. Triple H said that should settle the conspiracy theories about the Outlaws being aligned with him.

[All that really sounds like Brock will not be on RAW until after Elimination Chamber but Triple H mentioning Brock is a “prize fighter” keeps him near the WWE title… unless the prize = Taker’s streak. There are rumors(!) that Brock could show up at the Chamber unannounced, take one of the participants out & take his spot but as always with rumors take this with a grain of salt.]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: January 29th
Categories: News reports that Brock has been fined $10,000 for attacking the referee at the Royal Rumble. This is only ‘storyline’ of course.

The Wrestling Observer reports that there are no plans to have Brock compete in the chamber match next month and if the Smackdown taping results I hear are correct the remaining spots are taken by now.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: January 29th
Categories: News


[We’ll soon replace those videos with better quality ones.]
WWE World Champion Randy Orton, Royal Rumble winner Batista & Brad Maddox are in the ring. Brock Lesnar’s music plays and he comes to the stage with Paul Heyman and Brock does the Brock Bounce. Brock makes his way to the ring.

Paul Heyman tells Brad Maddox who he is and he stands before Brad as the advocate for Brock Lesnar. His client has authorized him to inform Brad that his patience is running thin. Brad needs to go to the Authority that they have two choices tonight. Choice Number One is that since Brad is the GM and he is a promoter, let’s make history tonight in Cleveland, Ohio to authorize a match with the reigning and defending WWE Champion against the Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar. Paul says that his client is not an unreasonable man so he is just suggesting. The other option is to put the obvious Number One Contender Brock Lesnar against the So Called Number One Contender Batista.

No matter who makes the decision, the winner is the WWE Universe. Paul wants their answer tonight . . . or else.

During the tag match Rhodes Brothers vs New Age Outlaws, Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman make their way to the ring and Brock gives Cody an F-5 and the referee calls for the bell.

Winners: Cody Rhodes and Goldust (by disqualification)

After the match, Goldust falls victim to the F-5. Paul says that the Authority came up with Choice Number Three. You will see Brock Lesnar versus . . . No One. This is what happens when Brock Lesnar does not get what he wants. Brock hits Goldust and Cody with a chair.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: January 28th
Categories: News
Posted by: mickey
Date: January 27th
Categories: Full Media Updates

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Lesnar attacked Show as soon as he got in the ring and began beating Show down with punches.  He was passed a chair and drilled Show with it over and over before the bell rang.  He continued beating Show with the chair.  The shots were pretty brutal.  Show rolled to the outside.  Brock bounced around.  Show finally rolled into the ring and Lesnar charged and kicked the hell out of him and charged him with another chair across the back. The referee finally grabbed the chair and ran out of the ring with it.  Heyman nonchalantly handed him another.  Lesnar charged him as the referee rang the bell but was nailed with a KO punch by Show.  Lesnar went to the floor.  Show, his arm hanging as if his shoulder was injured, followed him to the outside and worked him over on the floor.  He tossed Lesnar back in but was slow in returning due to the pain of his arm. Show challenged Brock, who pulled himself to his feet.  He went for another KO but Lesnar ducked and nailed the F5 on Show for the pin. Your winner, Brock Lesnar!

Lesnar looked like he wasn’t sure where he was after the match. Lesnar grabbed another chair from ringside.  He stalked around ringside as Show was down on the mat.  He slammed it across Show’s back over and over as Heyman yelled “No mercy! No compassion!  Again!”  Show rolled out to the floor as Lesnar followed.  The beating continued on the floor.  Lesnar just decimated. He actually broke the chair, so Heyman tossed Heyman another chair. The beating continued.

The referee finally tried to stop Lesnar as he went under the ring, so Brock shoved him down.  Lesnar kept beating the hell out of Show before finally walking off. This was a brutal beating.  Lesnar is as legitimately scary as they come today in the business.  More of an angle really, but this was entertaining from start to finish.

They had close-ups of the welts on Show’s back after. Ouch! He was slowly walked out by the officials. He took a hell of a beating. []

Posted by: Suzi
Date: January 27th
Categories: News

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross posted his thoughts on Lesnar vs Big Show at his official website :

Part time superstar and full time badass Brock Lesnar has to get on a roll to monetize his obvious upside so I’ve got Lesnar beating Big Show. Brock using a fan favorite finisher, the ‘F5,’ on the near 500 pounder would be impressive. Something tells me that if Lesnar wasn’t aligned with the masterful Paul Heyman that the former Golden Gopher would be a MAJOR fan favorite in WWE. What is there to detest? Exactly….Heyman! (That’s a compliment by the way.)

Posted by: Suzi
Date: January 26th
Categories: News

In just a few hours Brock will clash with the Big Show at the Royal Rumble PPV. After Brock’s been easily handled by Show on RAW two weeks in a row it’s time for Lesnar to prove himself in a one-on-one match vs the giant. No stipulation for the match has been announced as of now which would make this the first match for Brock since his WWE return in 2012 which isn’t turned into some kind of No DQ/ Extreme Rules match. Lesnar is not announced to be in the 30 men Rumble match and most likely won’t be since he apparently already got a WWE title shot, by just naming himself the #1 contender.


Brock was working out at LA Fitness in Pittsburgh earlier today. I hear he’s staying at the Marriott SpringHill Suites in town.

[Potential Royal Rumble Spoiler: Brock is a heavy favorit to win today’s match vs Big Show as WWE wants Brock to look strong heading into WrestleMania 30 vs The Undertaker most likely. The planned finish sees Brock hitting a huge F5 on Big Show. There are also rumors the match will have a similar style to Lesnar vs Cena from Extreme Rules 2012 but I wouldn’t bet on that.]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: January 26th
Categories: Updates

Paul Heyman appeared on a radio show in Pittsburgh yesterday and discussed rumors of Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker at WrestleMania, Brock’s health and more:

Posted by: Suzi
Date: January 25th
Categories: News