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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 April 2014

Brock Lesnar’s music plays and he is accompanied by Paul Heyman. Brock does the Brock Bounce on the stage before making his way to the ring that he extinguished the Undertaker’s Wrestlemania streak. Paul and Brock look around at the crowd that is not too happy to see them in the ring.
Paul introduces himself and then he says that it is the greatest pleasure to serve as the advocate for his client . . . The BEAST INCARNATE, the conqueror of the Undertaker’s streak. A streak that lasted nearly a quarter of a century. It ended in three seconds at the hands of the conqueror, Brock Lesnar.
Paul says he understands that the people are in shock. That is a sign of a lack of intelligence. Paul says that they hate to say they told you so, but they told you so. Paul reads off Brock’s shirt that says ‘Eat, Sleep, Break the Streak’. How could you doubt the game plan of the greatest manager or the attributes of the greatest athlete in the WWE, Brock Lesnar.
Brock is not here to put smiles on people’s faces. He is here to shock the WWE Universe and put tears in the eyes of children. Now that you know all of the headlines, it is time to go off page and shoot from the hip.

Five seconds after walking through the curtain at Wrestlemania, the Undertaker collapsed. As the paramedics are panicking backstage, the most ruthless man who ever had the pleasure to meet him, Vincent Kennedy McMahon left Wrestlemania to ride to the hospital with the Undertaker. He is being treated for a concusion. He came this close to a broken neck or a cracked skull. The greatest thing that Taker ever did was not to kick out of that third F-5. Brock would have beaten Undertaker to the point that it would have changed the complexion of tonight’s show. Brock would have continued until the Streak was Dead.
Paul says that John Layfield and the two other things that are at the announce table gave a standing ovation along with 80,000 people in the SUPERDOME . . . the Superdome, Hogan. They gave an ovation for the loser. The winner of the match was Brock Lesnar.

Since this is the wildest crowd of the year, everyone is empowered because they are like every single member of the WWE Locker room. You are a bunch of wannabes. When Brock came through the curtain, no one gave him a standing ovation. They all looked down because no one respected Brock. Brock does not respect anyone and barely tolerates Paul. Paul says that Brock is not going to care about anyone who flies around the world to be noticed on television.
Paul says that many have said that they could go from the ring to the octagon. Daniel Bryan, John Cena, and Undertaker did not do it. They are wannabes. Brock Lesnar is the one. Many wanted to be the NCAA, UFC, and Undisputed Champion. The Rock, Hulk Hogan, and Steve Austin never pulled it off. They are all Wannabes.
You have a bunch of guys coming up to him and said they could be the one who would beat the streak. Why didn’t you? Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, and Triple H couldn’t do it.

Brock is the ONE. The ONE in 21 and 1. Paul says that he will say it slowly since they are starting to ‘What’ him. BROCK.. LESNAR.. Is.. The.. One.. In.. Twenty-One.. and.. ONE.

There are WWE Hall of Famers, Legends, and WWE Superstars. The key to that is that they are plural and lumped together. There is only one who stands heads and shoulders above others on a platform of their own. There is only one Beast Incarnate. There is only one Man who beat the Streak. There is only one BROCK LESNAR. [credit: PWInsider]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 8th
Categories: Updates

Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar is next. Brock came out first, looking massive and bad ass. Taker did the usual cool entrance. The bell rings and they start hot, with Undertaker going after him. Lesnar then hit a suplex out of nowhere and clotheslines Taker to the flor. Take gave a mean look. Lesnar wouldn’t let Taker in, throwing knees and forearms. Taker then used the top rope on BNrock throat and came back in. He went to work on Brock. Taker went to the top to do Old School but Brock stopped him. The crowd booed. But then for the second time, Brock went to ram Taker and got the ring post with his shoulder instead.Taker then went to work on the shoulder and the rest of Brock. … We got our first “Vintage Undertaker” when he did a jumping legdrop on Brock’s throat. Taker his Snake Eyes and went for a chokeslam but Lesnar powered out and went for the F5. Taker powered out. Brock caught Taker on the top rope and went to work on his leg. Lesnar dumped Taker on his back on the floor, and then took control. … He stayed in control for a while, throwing Taker all around the ring and on the floor.After a while, Taker started fighting back and had a flurry. He hit Snake Eyes and the Big Boot. He did the leg drop and got a two. Taker hit a chokeslam and got a two. Lesnar came back with the F5 but only got a two. Paul Heyman started yelling at Brock to finish him, finish him. He went in to do it but Taker grabbed Hells Gate. Lesnar powered up and dumped Taker, breaking Hells Gate. The announcers are selling that could be all Taker has left. He has more as Brock went into Hells Gate again. Will he tap? No, he broke out again. Damn, he is a strong dude, like stupid strong. Taker didn’t help at all on either, they are worse than dead lifts. Brock is a freakin’ beast. Brock then jumped into the Kimura Lock. Taker screamed in pain. Can he get out? Yes, and he reversed it. It’s very MMA style at this point. Heyman yelled at Brock to get to the ropes, and he does. They are both selling now. Brock charged in and met a Taker boot. Taker goes up for Old School. Brock says no and pulls him into an F5! One, two kickout! They were both selling their fatigue when Heyman yelled at Brock that he is taking this away from you. You are Brock Lesnar. So Lesnar got up and started attacked Taker again. Taker has been down a lot, to sell the streak is in jeopardy. Just then, Taker gets up and does a moving powerbomb, with a moon over New Orleans. He waits for LEsnar to get up and scoops him up and hits the tombstone (and Lesnar’s head was well clear). He gets a two count only. They were both laying down when Undertaker did the pop up. He did the throat slash and went for the tombstone. Brock powered out and hit the F5. One, two, three. The streak is over. Heyman was stunned. He ran into the ring and said you did it. People are stunned. I am stunned. Holy crap. Brock smiled. They showed a graphic that says 21-1. Holy crap. Everyone is speechless.[credit: PWInsider]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 7th
Categories: News

John Cena recently spoke to AM NY and shared his thought on The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania and Brock:

A couple things you know about WrestleMania – it’s the biggest show we do and always stay away from The Undertaker around WrestleMania season. He’s got a pretty good streak for himself. But you know what, in looking at it in years past, he had two fantastic matches with Shawn Michaels, and a wonderful match with Triple H. Wonderful matches. But after over 20 years, that’s a lot of wrestling. That’s a lot of performing. I feel old, and I feel the bumps and bruises and this is going to be my 10th WrestleMania. I can only imagine what’s that like. And I will say this, I haven’t been in the ring with Undertaker at WrestleMania, but I’ve been in the ring with the Undertaker and I’ve also been in the ring with Brock Lesnar. Brock Lesnar is a hoss. This guy is a 100% legit, bonafide stud. He belongs in a ring. He belongs doing what he does. And I don’t know man, I don’t know. For the first time, I can confidently say, I’m betting against the Undertaker at WrestleMania.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 4th
Categories: News

Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 4th
Categories: Updates

There are people within WWE who believe that Brock Lesnar should have been booked differently and as more of a threat to The Undertaker, since the only point Lesnar did anything to Taker was the go-home angle on RAW this week, and that was still a sneak up from behind distraction with the announcers calling Lesnar a coward.

The original feud between Taker and Lesnar that was talked about in 2010 had Taker proposing that Lesnar beat him to end The Streak, although that was never seriously considered, thinking it would be the right thing for business. Feelings on The Streak have obviously changed since then.

Vince McMahon made the decision that in the build for this match, Taker never gets touched. He was smart enough to change that rule for the final build this week on RAW.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 3rd
Categories: News

Current WWE superstar Daniel Bryan was recently interviewed on DirecTV. Asked about Brock possibly breaking The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak Bryan said:

It’s hard. Undertaker at WrestleMania is just a legendary thing. But if anyone can do it, it’s Brock Lesnar. He is just a monster. Just look at his head! I mean it would be a scary head on a normal body, then you put it on his body and it just “Oh my gosh!” I am really interested in seeing that. Brock Lesnar is just a beast, just a monster. If anyone can take out the Undertaker, it’s Brock.

I have never wrestled Brock and I’ve never wrestled Taker. I’d actually love to wrestle either of them!

Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 1st
Categories: News

After Brock was done with his segment on RAW he went to a restaurant in Washington and there he posed for photos with fans. Heard he was in a real good mood all day, took photos with fans wherever he went and even handed out free tickets to RAW to random people he met.

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Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 1st
Categories: News

UFC is offering all of Brock’s fights on UFC Fight pass, also including interviews with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jim Ross and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin talking about Brock, while also wondering what could have been if the beast incarnate hadn’t been cut down in his prime by an enemy smaller than a speck of dust.

The Rock: I don’t know if anybody will ever accomplish what he’s accomplished in the heavyweight division in that short amount of time. Had it not been for the unfortunate issue he had to deal with his stomach, who knows what could have happened if he continued to train, and continued to hone in on his skills. What he did was epic and historic.

Ross: It’s just too bad Mother Nature had to tap him on the shoulder a couple of times to let him know that your UFC days are over.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 1st
Categories: News