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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 February 2015

The Wrestling Observer reports that Brock left Raw on monday because of a business disagreement with Vince McMahon. Apparently they were negotiating a new contract for after WrestleMania and Brock was not happy with the offer. Neither man wanted to back down from the contract they were looking for so Brock left. The Observer didn’t specify which point exactly Brock was unhappy with.

They also mentioned that in his current contract is a clause that has WWE sending a private jet to pick up Brock from Minneapolis and fly him back for each RAW & PPV.

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

Brock at a bar in Nashville during/after Raw this week:


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

As reported WWE World Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar was backstage at Raw but was not used. Lesnar flew on his private plane to Nashville for the taping earlier in the day on Monday.

According to those who saw him backstage yesterday, Lesnar was obviously angry about something and one source claimed he walked out of the taping before it ended.

There are different stories making the rounds, but has been told it was not something on the creative end that set Lesnar off, but something regarding his business relationship with WWE. No one we spoke with was willing to elaborate beyond that, but several made it clear it had nothing to do with any planned booking.

Vince McMahon acknowledged the issue during a Smackdown production meeting today, a source claimed, but did not elaborate on the issue. Lesnar has returned home to Minnesota and is not backstage at Smackdown.

Lesnar is not advertised to appear again for WWE until the 3/9 Raw taping in Pittsburgh, PA, which gives WWE several weeks to work out whatever the issue is. [credit:]

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

The Wrestling Observer reports that Brock was indeed backstage at Raw in Nashville last night. The reason why he didn’t appear on TV is unknown but there is speculation that something happened backstage and Brock decided to leave the show on his own account. Maybe differences with creative or WWE management.

Here’s a photo of Brock in Nashville from earlier today:


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

Although Brock was scheduled to appear on Raw last night and WWE advertised him on their website and app, Brock didn’t appear on the show. I don’t know if he was backstage at all but he was near Tennessee last night (Raw was in Nashville, TN). According to various wrestling newssites there were some late rewrites of RAW and WWE decided not to use one of Brock’s dates and only have Heyman cut a promo. They probably didn’t inform Brock in time and he was already on his way to the show.

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


WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns

At WrestleMania 31, the WWE Universe will find out who truly is the biggest dog in the yard when Roman Reigns challenges WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar on The Grandest Stage of Them All.

The 2014 Superstar of the Year earned the title opportunity in January by outlasting 29 other competitors to win the Royal Rumble Match. When The Authority tried inserting a roadblock on Reigns’ Road to WrestleMania, forcing him to defend his position against the winner of a match between Daniel Bryan vs. Seth Rollins, he overcame that challenge, too, eventually downing The “Yes!” Man in a grueling No. 1 Contender’s Match at WWE Fastlane.

The nearly 300-pound Beast Incarnate — the only athlete in history to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title, the NCAA heavyweight wrestling title and the UFC Heavyweight Title, not to mention the same Conqueror who broke The Undertaker’s WrestleMania Streak — has carved a warpath nearly every time he has appeared in the ring, whether in a sanctioned match or not. From dismantling John Cena at SummerSlam, to F-5’ing Big Show and Kane with ease on Raw, Lesnar has established himself as WWE’s most intimidating juggernaut.

Pegged by many as a future main eventer the second he stepped in the ring, Reigns — a second-generation Superstar and member of the famed Anoa’i wrestling dynasty, which also produced former World Champions The Rock and Yokozuna — had an equally remarkable run-up to WrestleMania 31. In 2014, he broke the record for the most eliminations in a single Royal Rumble Match, and though an injury took him out of action for several months, he picked up right where he left off upon returning late in the year, Spearing and Superman Punching his way through certified monsters like Big Show.

What will happen at The Showcase of the Immortals on March 29 when The Beast Incarnate and The Big Dog square off with WWE’s top prize on the line? Will Lesnar maintain his fierce grip on the WWE World Heavyweight Title? Or will the ever-popular Reigns Superman Punch Lesnar off the throne?

Find out which colossus asserts himself as WWE’s top Superstar when Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns go toe-to-toe at the biggest event in WWE history, WrestleMania 31. The epic event airs live Sunday, March 29, on WWE Network.

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

In-Ring Segment: Paul Heyman & Roman Reigns

Paul introduces himself and he says that you think he is here to cause trouble this evening. Paul says that he is here to congratulate Roman and they shake hands. Paul says that was a hell of a main event last night. It was an even more impressive victory by the man who is the number one contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Paul says that he cannot say that he is surprised.

If you think about it, Paul says that his money would always be on Roman Reigns no matter what man you would face today, or in history. Only a fool would say that you are not the one. Only an idiot would not see that you are different. That you are head and shoulders above the rest. Roman versus Bruno Sammartino in 1975, he would have his money on Roman Reigns. Roman versus Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant in 1987, his money would be on Roman. Roman versus Steve Austin in 1998, Rock in 1999, HHH in 2000, or John Cena any time in the last 13 years, his money would be on Roman Reigns.

Roman Reigns against 29 other people at the Royal Rumble, his money WAS on Roman Reigns. Last night at Fastlane, Roman Reigns versus Daniel Bryan . . . his money was on Roman Reigns. It is a very simple thing. You can see what he is laying out. You are the guy. Roman Reigns versus any other guy in history, his money is on Roman Reigns. You are the right guy in the right place . . . at the wrong time.

You are not fighting a man at Wrestlemania. You are fighting a BEAST. Roman, he has so much respect for you, but you can’t slay his beast. You can’t conquer the conqueror. You can be the one to beat the one in twenty-one and one. Any other time in history, my money would be on Roman Reigns. At Wrestlemania, his money is on his client. At the end of the main event, there will be an announcement. THE only title that means anything will be held above the head of the winner and . . . STILL REIGNING and Undisputed WWE Champion of the World . . . BROCK LESNAR.

Roman tells Paul to stand right in the center of the ring. He wants Paul to tell him that he can’t. He says that he has been hearing this a lot. He has had doubters. He wants more motivation from Paul. You were there the night after the Royal Rumble. You witnessed him face to face with BROCK LESNAR. He told Brock that he will respect him. He doesn’t care if Brock respects him. It was just to get his Samoan blood boiling. He will tell Paul what he told Brock.

He is going to beat Brock at Wrestlemania. It is not about beating him. It is not about respect any more. It is the way he will beat him. When Brock is done, he ain’t gonna like him anyway. He tells Paul to B’Lee That.

Posted by: Suzi
Date: February 24th
Categories: Uncategorized

CBS Radio Washington DC 106.7 The Fan recently spoke with former UFC Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir to promote Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 61 event. Mir commented on a potential third fight against Brock:

“I think it’s a great opportunity to finish off a trilogy, to go out and in the third fight get the win. Absolutely, if it becomes an opportunity where I can actually take it seriously and it’s presented to me I’m all for it. If it doesn’t and he doesn’t come back to our sport I’m not going to lose any sleep over it.”

Posted by: Suzi
Date: February 20th
Categories: Updates