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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 September 2014

Brock with fans at a farmer’s supply in Canada earlier today:

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Posted by: Suzi
Date: September 25th
Categories: Updates

Brock is currently not advertised for the Hell in the Cell PPV next month. It is rumored that the WWE creative team struggles to find an opponent for him. However, Brock is always not listed on PPV cards until WWE makes an official announcement on RAW so take this for what it’s worth.

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

VIEW PHOTOS OF THE MATCH HERE

WATCH VIDEO OF BROCK F5ING CENA HERE

WATCH VIDEO OF ROLLINS CURB STOMP ON BROCK

WWE World Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar (with Paul Heyman) vs. John Cena

Lesnar overpowered Cena early and nailed a German suplex. Cena fought back but was taken down and locked in a Kimura. Cena kept making it to the ropes. Cena fired back with a series of rights but Lesnar caught him with a German suplex. Lesnar suplexed him over and over but Cena’s shoulders weren’t on the mat so the referee wouldn’t count.

Cena nailed several hard shots but was beaten back down to the mat. Lesnar rolled Cena up and hooked the leg for a two count. Lesnar beat him in the corner with a series of shoulderblocks. Cena fired back with a series of right hands and backed up Lesnar against the ropes but was clobbered with a clothesline as he rebounded off the ropes.

Cena tried to attempt a single-leg takedown but Lesnar just beat him down with shots across the back. Lesnar grabbed a big hammerlock but Cena grabbed the ropes. Lesnar continued trashing him in the corner, then nailed an overhead belly to belly suplex for another two count.

Cena fired back with a series of strikes only to be cut off with a series of shoulderblocks. The story has been that no matter what Cena throws at the champ, Lesnar is such a beast he can absorb it and beat Cena down. Lesnar began drilling him with knees across the back.

Cena finally began putting some offense together with strikes and punches. He went for the AA but Lesnar slipped around behind and nailed a big Gernan suplex. Lesnar was bleeding from the nose after that last exchange. Lesnar nailed a series of shoulderblocks in the corner as WWE cameras closed in on a bruise around Cena’s kidney area.

Lesnar drove Cena hard into the buckles and nailed a series of shoulderblocks. Cena shocked Lesnar with the AA out of nowhere but Lesnar kicked up at two. Lesnar went for the F5 but Cena slipped out and locked on the STF. Lesnar fought out of it and locked on a Kimura. Cena refused to tap and powered his way to his feet and charged Lesnar into the corner. Lesnar refused to break it. Cena did it again and nailed Lesnar, which finally broke it.

Cena nailed the AA again and locked on the STF. Lesnar went for the ropes but Cena dragged him back to the center of the ring. Lesnar grabbed the ropes and Cena pulled him back to the middle and Cena locked it on again. Cena nailed the AA but Seth Rollins hit the ring, causing the DQ.

Your winner by DQ, John Cena!

Well, no one saw that coming.

Rollins nailed Cena with the case, sending him to the floor. He looked at Lesnar down on the mat and nailed the curb stomp, then told the referee he was cashing in. They announced Rollins was cashing in but the bell never rang.

Cena attacked Rollins and ran him off. Lesnar recovered and grabbed Cena from behind, then nailed the F5. Lesnar is still the champion. The show went off the air with a series of replays and Cena looking frustrated that he couldn’t get the job done. [credit: PWInsider.com]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: September 22nd
Categories: News

The Pursuit Channel confirmed today that they will soon air a new epsiode of their hunting show “The High Road” featuring Brock’s latest deer hunt in Canada.They didn’t give any dates yet, I’ll post more when new information is available.

hunt

Posted by: Suzi
Date: September 19th
Categories: Updates

Brock Lesnar is interviewed by Michael Cole about Night of Champions:

Posted by: Suzi
Date: September 17th
Categories: Updates

As seen on last night’s WWE RAW from Lafayette, John Cena and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar were used earlier in the show while Mark Henry and Rusev were put in the main event slot.

This was said to be a Vince McMahon decision. WWE wanted to use Cena, Lesnar and Paul Heyman to essentially counter the NFL’s Monday Night Football game. The announcers and Cena kept referring to the fight taking place at “halftime” because they wanted fans to switch from the NFL game back to RAW.

Despite the WWE announce team suggesting that John Cena may have broken Brock Lesnar’s nose during their huge brawl on last night’s RAW, Lesnar was totally fine backstage after the segment and that the entire angle went as planned. [credit: PWInsider]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: September 16th
Categories: Updates

VIEW RAW PHOTOS HERE

At the beginning of RAW John Cena “kidnaps” Paul Heyman & says Brock Lesnar better show up during the show or Cena will beat up Heyman.

One hour later John drags Paul into the arena with a side head lock.

John has a mic in one hand and Paul’s tie in another. He introduces himself and he says that now is the moment you have all been waiting for. It is time to watch the Great Heymandini. The one behind twenty-one and one. He is magically going to make a beast appear. Or John Cena is magically use his fists to make Paul Heyman’s teeth disappear.

John tells Paul to produce his beast.

Paul says that everything about Hustle, Loyalty, and Respect is a sham. This is the John Cena he has been trying to pull out of him. He told John to take it out on them last week, but he was wrong that John would not turn his back on the Cenation. Paul says that he can be the trigger. To beat the beast, you have to become a beast. That hatred has to be deep inside you. Paul says that he is the one to bring out that hatred. Paul says that John will not hit him because that will make John a bully. Paul says that John knows that Brock’s plane is delayed. Will John take it out on a 49 year old father of two. That is why John cannot beat Brock Lesnar.

Even your hatred for Paul would allow John’s hatred to come out. John really believes this role model thing. If you let your aggression out, you can become the World Champion on Sunday. This is the precipice of the new John Cena. He tells John to hit him and let it go.

You cannot say the Champ is Here or My Time is Now because Brock took it from him. Your mother and father raised you better to live by a code of Hustle, Loyalty, and Respect so you cannot lower yourself to that level. You are going to fail on Sunday. You will never be the WWE Champion again. You cannot beat Brock Lesnar.

John says that if there was ever a man on the face of this Earth who deserved to have his face rearranged it is Paul. He is the scum of the Earth. Paul tells John to hit him so he can become a Paul Heyman guy.

John says that he planned this because he thought that Paul would produce Brock Lesnar and he would fight Brock so he can prove that he is ready for Sunday. It is just Paul. An old, washed up scumbag who doesn’t deserve the dirt on his hand.

Paul tells John that he is doing the right thing by walking away. If he was John’s mother he would be proud, if his son was born with testicles.

John pushes Paul and he is knocked out of the ring.

Brock Lesnar’s music plays and he makes his way into the arena. He eventually makes his way to the ringside area. Brock and Heyman leave the ringside area, but they stop on the ramp.

Lesnar takes off his title belt and teases going into the ring, but he turns around and walks towards the back with Heyman.

Cena asks Brock if he wants to go and Brock looks like he wants to go.

Lesnar leaps to the apron and then Cena goes after Lesnar but Lesnar with a German suplex and Cena is down. Lesnar kicks Cena to the floor.

Cena recovers and he pushes Lesnar through the ropes to the floor. Cena sends Lesnar into the ring post and ringside barrier. Cena punches Lesnar but Lesnar punches back. Cena with punches to Lesnar.

Security makes their way to the ring and they pull Cena off Lesnar, but no one does anything to Lesnar. [credit: PWInsider.com]

Posted by: Suzi
Date: September 16th
Categories: Updates

I noted on Twitter yesterday that I heard Brock went hunting in Canada yesterday & that it might have been recorded for a hunting show. Well, that turned out to be true. Below is a photo of Brock posing with his latest hunting victim.

hunt

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

Posted by: Suzi
Date: September 9th
Categories: Updates

WWE has reportedly come to terms with Brock Lesnar on an agreement that will allow the company to book him as frequently as they want – for a price.

Previously, Lesnar was committed to work a select number of appearances and WWE would have to map out the storylines and dates to work around Lesnar’s schedule. WWE is now able to book Lesnar for RAW shows and pay-per-views whenever they want to use him, on a a pro-rate basis, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: September 3rd
Categories: Updates