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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 August 2014

The Intrust Arena in Wichita, KS as well as TV stations in Kansas are locally advertising Brock for the october 21st SmackDown tapings. This would be the final SmackDown before “Hell In The Cell”.

UPDATE: The Wrestling Observer reports that Brock is not scheduled for that Smackdown taping. So althouth he’s cleary advertised in the video there’s a possibility this is incorrect.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 28th
Categories: Updates

We go to comments from Brock Lesnar after he won the WWE title. Brock says that was the greatest accomplishment. He has conquered the WWE Universe and became the WWE Champion again. Brock says that he hit John with an F-5 right off the bat. He gave John the chance to stay down. That is all he had to do. This no give up bulls*** takes over and it didn’t do John any favors.

Paul says that Brock is a beast. Brock says that he inflicted the right amount of pain on John Cena. Paul says that the only reason John Cena survived is because Brock felt pity for John.

We go to the announcement about the rematch at Night of Champions.

Paul says that his client is humiliated by the fact that John Cena would dare invoke this rematch clause. Are you out of your mind? Do you understand the unrepentant beast sitting in front of you. Paul says that he is a fan of John’s but you made a big mistake.

Brock asks John if his father filled his ears with all kinds of garbage. Someday, you are going to grow up to be a man. Some day you are going to run into a guy who is going to knock your ass down and you are going to stand up. Then he is going to knock your ass down and you are going to get up. You are not going to get up. It is over, my friend. Brock says that he does not feel bad for John. For the last 12 years, that is what you have been living on. Now Brock Lesnar shows up. He tells John Cena to mark his words. Night of Champions will be the last night in your universe.

Game Over. Brock says that it almost brings a tear to his eye. [credit:]

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

WDIO-TV interviewed WWE Hall of Famer “Rowdy” Roddy Piper recently. During the interview Piper talked about Brock Lesnar bumping him on RAW a couple of weeks ago during Hulk Hogan’s birthday celebration.

Piper noted that he wore black to Hogan’s birthday bash, which went over everyone’s heads. He then said that he didn’t know that Lesnar was coming out, and that when Lesnar bumped him it didn’t scare him and that he’s “fought Andre the Giant 50 times.”

Piper said that the cool thing about the segment was that Lesnar bumped into him first, which he took as a huge sign of respect. He then said that the reason why Lesnar bumped into him and not the other legends was because he’s “the last gunslinger.” He said that he knew that it was Lesnar’s moment to shine, otherwise he would have fought Lesnar, although he admitted that he wouldn’t stand much of a chance against Lesnar unless “God was in my corner.” He went on to put Lesnar over, saying that he likes Lesnar and that Lesnar is a credit to the business.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 24th
Categories: Updates

The idea behind Brock Lesnar destroying John Cena for the WWE World Heavyweight Title at SummerSlam was to put Lesnar the monster over as strong as possible and to make him break away from the pack.

They also wanted to get Cena over for not giving up in a situation as brutal as that, and for taking the beating.

On a related note, WWE filmed segments with Lesnar backstage at Monday’s RAW in Las Vegas to air on future episodes of RAW since he’s not booked every week.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 21st
Categories: Updates

Regarding John Cena getting his rematch against Brock Lesnar at Night of Champions, Triple H gave him props for the whole “never give up” thing because he’s never seen anyone take a beating like Cena did at SummerSlam.

Triple H said Brock very well might be the most dominant champion in history. He said since Brock got his “WWE legs” back he’s been unstoppable.

He doesn’t think it’s wise for Cena to face Lesnar at Night of Champions. Triple H says he’s afraid for Cena and this could be where Cena is forced by Lesnar to give up.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 21st
Categories: Updates
Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 20th
Categories: Updates

Triple H announced on tonight’s WWE Main Event that John Cena has activated his rematch clause for a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Title.

Cena vs. Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Title at the September 21st Night of Champions pay-per-view in Nashville is now confirmed.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 20th
Categories: News


Triple H is in the ring with Stephanie and says that it is time to show the new symbol of that future. We see the new WWE World Heavyweight Title.

Triple H introduces the new WWE Champion, Brock Lesnar.

We have a photographer come into the ring for this special moment. Everyone in the ring shakes hands and then Hunter and Stephanie leave the ring for Paul to talk and Brock to stand around.

Paul begins talking by introducing himself and he says that he is the one behind the one who conquered the one who thought he was the one to beat the one in twenty-one and one. Last night at SummerSlam, his client not just beat, didn’t just victimize, he conquered the title holder which affords him, Paul Heyman, the opportunity to proclaim himself as the advocate for the brand new reigning and undisputed WWE Heavyweight Champion of the World, BROCK LESNAR.

Now let’s get down to business. His client has authorized him to tell a secret the Authority has not authorized to say. John Cena . . . is not here this evening.

John Cena would be here, but he cannot physically be here. That is thanks to his client, BROCK LESNAR. Brock tells Paul he loves hearing that so he says Brock’s name again. Paul says that he has been in this industry since 14 and he has never seen an ass kicking like John Cena took at the hands of Brock Lesnar.

We are talking about a top superstar. We are talking about THE top Superstar of a generation.

Rock was on top for three or three and a half years. Steve Austin was on top for four or four and a half years? There has been one constant on top over the last ten years and that man has been John Cena. You have to give credit where credit is due. Any man, after 30 seconds would have given the title to Brock Lesnar to fight another day, but not John Cena.

Paul says that he witnessed the suffering on John Cena’s face and he truly understood. We never got it before. He could never understand why so many people who love John Cena. Paul says that his children are John Cena fans, and it pisses him off. John Cean was taking this heinous and vicious beating and coming back for more. When John says ‘Never Give Up’, he means never give up. Paul says that John has earned his admiration and respect. Paul says that he would love to make John a Paul Heyman Guy if he had the time.

If you write the history of WWE before Brock Lesnar pinned John Cena, John would have gone down as the best fighting champion in WWE history.

In Brock’s world, John entered the ring a hero and walked out a martyr. Martyrdom does not equal street cred. The person with the most street cred does not win. The person who dies with the most street cred still dies . . . at the hand of the conqueror Brock Lesnar.

Just like the Undertaker’s streak died at the hands of Brock Lesnar. The Undertaker’s career died at the hands of Brock Lesnar. Hustle, Loyalty and Respect died at the hands of Brock Lesnar. The Cenation died at the hands of Brock Lesnar.

The same will happen to the next person who comes into the beast’s lair to try to beat Brock Lesnar. The person who comes into the ring is man. Brock Lesnar is not a man, he is a beast. He will lay wreckage to whoever faces him. Every Brock Lesnar match will be must see or must watch.

If you were too cheap or too stupid to pay the $9.99 for the WWE Network, his client destroyed John Cena. Paul mentions Basic Brockanomics. Eat, Sleep, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex, Repeat, Suplex

Brock lives by Eat, Sleep, Suplex, Repeat, Eat Sleep, F-5, Repeat, Eat, Sleep, Victimize, Repeat, Eat Sleep, Conquer John Cena. [credit:]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 19th
Categories: Full Media Updates

TMZ caught up with Brock & Heyman after Summerslam:

Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 18th
Categories: Updates