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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 March 2014

New photo of Brock at the gym earlier today [march 31]. Apparently he posed for a lot of pics with fans after his workout.

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

Paul Heyman was recently interviewed at Triblive.com. Here’s what he said about Brock:

Q: Can you describe the situation and memories to when you and Brock Lesnar first met?

Heyman: It was 12 years ago, Brock was wrestling in OVW, which at the time was the developmental system for WWE. Nobody had a clear vision for him. It was “be a big man.” Not acknowledging this NCAA heavyweight champion had everything it took to revolutionize a big man’s approach in a squared circle. So Taz came to me, who is a huge fan of NCAA Division 1 wrestling, and he said, “You know that’s Brock Lesnar over there and you gotta hear the terrible advice they’re giving him.” The old timers were telling him (in an old grouchy voice), “Stand there in the middle of the ring like Nikita Koloff and hit a guy with a clothesline.” Are you kidding me? This is Brock Lesnar we’re talking about. I spent five minutes around Brock Lesnar and realized he had a keen vision for the future on what he was able to accomplish. I wanted to ride his coattails as long as I could, and I’m still riding them today.

Q: Where does Paul Heyman see Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31 or 32?

Heyman: I want Brock Lesnar to defend the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against whomever is the hottest box office attraction against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31 and 32.

In another interview at Dailyddt.com Heyman talked about Brock’s match vs Undertaker at WrestleMania 30:

Q: What makes Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker a must-see match?

Heyman: First of all, The Undertaker’s undefeated streak is the most intriguing plot and storyline going into WrestleMania because it has the most historical significance and the greatest long-ranging ramifications into the future at the same time. It behooves us to acknowledge when Brock Lesnar defeats The Undertaker at WrestleMania, it will take nothing away from the enormity of the accomplishment of 21 consecutive wins in 21 appearances on the grandest stage of all. Not Stone Cold Steve Austin, not John Cena, not Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, not Hulk Hogan or Andre The Giant, not even Brock Lesnar, can ever be able to claim they are 21-0 at WrestleMania. I think the magnitude of the accomplishment can never be undersold. It’s also quite intriguing that we have a situation where Brock Lesnar does not have to win, but The Undertaker must not lose.

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

Here’a another new photo of Brock at the Powerhouse Gym in New Jersey:

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

Nothing new in this video really but here you have UFC president Dana White talk about Brock, if he would let him fight in UFC again, Brock’s illness & Brock in WWE now:

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

Brock posed for a photo with a fan earlier today [3/25] at Powerhouse Gym in New Jersey:
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Posted by: Suzi
Date: March 25th
Categories: News

Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman walk in the back as we go to commercial.

We are back and it is time for Brock Lesnar to come out to do the Brock Bounce and then walk to the ring with his advocate, Paul Heyman. Paul introduces himself and he reminds us that he is here as the Advocate for the Beast Incarnate, the Conqueror BROCK LESNAR. His opponent at Wrestlemania holds one of the most amazing accomplishments in Sports Entertainment. The Undertaker is 21-0. He humbly submits that is not just a streak. That is an undefeated streak. That is why on April 6, 2014, when Brock Lesnar defeats the Undertaker, he will assure everyone this will take nothing away from the enormity of 21 consecutive victories on the grandest stage of them all. Paul says your hero John Cena could not possibly put together 21 consecutive victories. They named a battle royal after Andre the Giant who could not go 21-0 at Wrestlemania. His client will not be able to claim 21-0 at Wrestlemania. Wrestlemania is the Showcase of the Immortals. It is where one era will end and another will begin. The one guaranteed ticket to immortality is to end the streak. When the Undertaker grabbed his throat on Main Event. When the Undertaker choke slammed his client through the table . . .

Brock takes the mic and tells Paul that is enough. He is not here to promote. He is here to fight. He tells the Undertaker that he is here and since Brock is here, let’s do this.

The lights go blue and a casket appears and some druids push it to the ring. Brock stands in front of the casket and he kicks it. Paul doesn’t know what to do while Brock continues to kick the casket. Brock opens the casket and it is empty. Brock wants to know if this is a joke as he follows the Druids. Brock walks back to the ring and he closes the casket. Paul says that this is so typical while Brock says that he is leaving. Paul says the undefeated streak may have started in Death Valley but it is the Holy Grail. He makes the challenge in the slum of Brooklyn and all Taker brings is an empty casket. The casket opens and it is no longer empty. Undertaker sits up in the casket and he gets in the ring. Paul leaves the ring and he tells Brock to leave as well.

Taker punches Brock and then he clotheslines Brock over the top rope and over the casket. [credit: PWInsider]

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

The Undertaker made an appearance at “Main Event” today and had a message for Brock & Paul Heyman:

So far the Undertaker always got the upper hand on Brock & Paul, will this change next week o RAW?

Posted by: Suzi
Date: March 19th
Categories: News

Someone snapped this picture of Brock in a park in Arizona today. He spent the past 2 weeks near Scottsdale, AZ with his family.

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Posted by: Suzi
Date: March 17th
Categories: News

It’s beast vs streak:

Posted by: Suzi
Date: March 16th
Categories: News