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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 May 2014

Mick Foley did a comedy show in Jacksonville, Florida last week and received boos from the crowd when he brought up The Undertaker losing at WrestleMania XXX. Foley said Brock Lesnar was the perfect guy to end The Streak because whoever did end it was going to get a lot of heat on them but that wouldn’t bother Lesnar. Foley said nobody cares less about what people in or out of the business think of him than Lesnar.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: May 30th
Categories: News

Pat Barry crashed today’s UFC 175 press conference and asked UFC president Dana White if it’s true Brock called him to push Barry’s retirement from combat sports because Barry never got a call from Brock. Watch Dana White weasel himself out of the question…

Posted by: Suzi
Date: May 24th
Categories: News

As noted on our Twitter page and the tag board it looks like Brock will be working both the SummerSlam (aug 17) and Night Of Champions (sept 21)- PPV. The Wrestling Observer reports Brock is already booked for a feud lasting throughout those 2 events. WWE didn’t confirm any upcoming appearances by Brock so far.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: May 15th
Categories: News

We uploaded all 4 episodes of “Countdown to Crushing Carwin” which where released in the weeks leading up to “UFC 116: Lesnar vs Carwin” (2010) to our Video Gallery.


[To view the other episodes go here]

Visit our Video Gallery [Still Under Construction]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: May 11th
Categories: Updates

Brock recently called UFC president Dana White to help him convince former DeathClutch-member Pat Barry to retire from combat sports.

Former UFC fighter Pat Barry was brutalized in a fight in Denver, CO last weekend, which marked the fourth time he’s been knocked out in less than two years time. The violent nature with which Barry gets knocked out might be the most concerning factor in potential head trauma that he’s suffered over the last few years.

His latest knockout loss was so hard to watch that a former training partner and friend of Barry’s called UFC president Dana White asking him to beg the Louisiana native to call it a career.

“Brock Lesnar called me and begged me to make him retire,” White revealed to FOX Sports. “He said ‘I don’t consider too many people my friend, and I consider Pat Barry a friend, Dana you’ve got to get this guy to retire’. I said listen he’s a grown man, Brock. What am I going to do, there’s only so much I can do.”

Posted by: Suzi
Date: May 11th
Categories: News

Brock is currently in Champaign, Illinois, meeting up with his sponsor Jimmy John Liautaud, owner of the fastfood -chain Jimmy John’s.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: May 10th
Categories: News

As we noted before Brock is expected to be back on RAW in time for the SummerSlam- PPV. But who will he feud with? What’s next for the man who ended the Undertaker’s WrestleMania-streak? While many say the only logical opponent would be the WWE World Heavyweight Champion (currently Daniel Bryan), the Wrestling Observer reports that WWE is thinking about having Cesaro split from Paul Heyman soon which would lead to Lesnar vs Cesaro at SummerSlam instead.

[POSSIBLE SPOILER: According to the Observer WWE wants Cesaro to win the match. If WWE is booking Brock to lose immediately after ending the streak… I have no words.]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: May 8th
Categories: News

WWE superstar Drew McIntyre & Chris Jericho share their thoughts on Brock ending the Undertaker’s streak at WrestleMania:

Jericho [via Digital Spy]: “I loved it, I thought it was great. It was a legitimate shock, it got everybody talking. I think the right guy got it, if you’re going from a credibility standpoint, and if you’re going from a believability standpoint. As much as people and fans and journalists want to believe that it’s the case, I’m not sure if Undertaker had too many matches left in him. Maybe he doesn’t want to wrestle again. Maybe he knew that he couldn’t take any more. It’s a big, physical task to wrestle as it is, and once a year is hard. I wouldn’t want to come and wrestle just once a year. That’s even harder than wrestling 200 times a year, because your body’s not used to it. And the older you get, the harder it gets, the more the aches and pains kick in.

“Maybe The Undertaker decided that, ‘I don’t want to do this anymore’. And much to the fans’ chagrin, who wish that we would wrestle until the day we die at 90 years old and explode into a puff of dust in the ring, sometimes you’ve got to make that decision. If the time was now, Brock was the right guy for that day, and I thought it was amazing. And I would have hated it – hated it – if Undertaker would have retired without losing. I think that would have been a horrible way to go, I’m really happy that he lost The Streak.”

McIntyre [via Digital Spy]: “I was completely in shock. Nobody saw it coming. If anybody happened to miss the finish they would have had unlimited oxygen to breathe because everybody held their breath at the same time! It was just unbelievable. The reaction – just silence. I don’t even know how to describe it. I did not see it coming.

“My dad was at the event, he was frantically calling me! That’s how big it was I guess, my dad’s trying to phone me saying, ‘What’s going on, what’s going on? The Undertaker lost!’ He couldn’t comprehend it, I don’t think anybody could. I know it’s a moment that’ll be remembered. Lesnar is going to go down in history as the man who did it.”

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