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Brock Lesnar
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 2015

IGN posted Lesnar’s entrance from the upcoming WWE2k16 video game on youtube. Check it out below:

Posted by: Suzi
Date: August 31st
Categories: Updates
Posted by: mickey
Date: August 28th
Categories: Image Updates

In-Ring Segment:


Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar make their way to the ring. There is no Brock Bounce tonight.

Paul introduces himself and he says he is the pissed off advocate of the ripped off conqueror. . . the Beast of the Barclays . . . BROCK LESNAR. What the hell happened here last night? How did we go from Brock Lesnar forcing the Undertaker for the first time in his 25 year career to tap out to a scenario where the history books will inaccurately depict the Undertaker as finally, after all these years, getting a victory over his client Brock Lesnar?

It is an indisputable fact that last night, at SummerSlam, Brock Lesnar took the Undertaker to Suplex City. It is an indisputable fact that last night, at SummerSlam, Brock locked the phenom in the kimura and then take a look at the footage because it is an indisputable fact that he made the Undertaker tap out.

The video does not lie. Paul says that he is a father and it is not pleasant to ruin a fairy tale. The Pavlovian belief that The Undertaker is dead or whatever nonsense he wants to spread is a fable. The truth is that The Undertaker was made to tap out by Brock Lesnar.

Paul says tapping out means that Undertaker said that Brock Lesnar is a better wrestler, fighter, and man than him. He could take it no more. It is like a kid on the schoolyard getting in the fetal position telling you to leave him alone.

How did we get here? Brock does not blame the referee. His client does not blame the timekeeper who freaked out. He understood that Brock . . . Paul mentions that only in Brooklyn do you boo compassion. He had compassion to ring the bell because he knew that Brock was going to rip Taker’s arm off and hit him with it. Do we forget that Taker fell down on his way to the back? Paul says he has enough material for all three hours of Raw.

Paul says the timekeeper rings the bell and Brock thinks he won the match. The Undertaker was saved from a beating. He was helped from having his ass kicked. What did the Undertaker do? He goes for the desperate low blow? He pulls Brock Lesnar down and puts him into Hell’s Gate. Because the Undertaker wants to hear it, craves to hear it, and needs to exorcise his soul from the loss to Brock Lesnar to make him tap out. What was Brock’s response? FYI Taker, Brock told you GFI. You can shoot with anyone in the locker room, but you cannot shoot with Brock Lesnar.

We are not out here to flap his gums. We are out here tonight because he wants to fight the Undertaker one more time.

Paul says he is not here tonight to issue a challenge for Wrestlemania. He is not here for a challenge for Royal Rumble. He is not making a challenge for Survivor Series. He is not making a challenge for Madison Square Garden. He is not making a challenge for Night of Champions. He is making the challenge for tonight. He wants this right now.

Bo Dallas’ music plays and he makes his way to the ring.

Paul is shocked.

Bo tells Mr. Brock that he has good news and bad news. The bad news is that last night you passed out against the Undertaker. The good news is that you woke up from a dream. It was probably a dream that you beat the Undertaker. You can make those dreams come true. All you have to do is BOLIEVE.

Paul leaves the ring because he knows that it will get messy in the ring.

Brock clotheslines Bo and then Brock with a German suplex. Brock with a second German suplex. Brock picks up Bo and hits a third German suplex. Brock picks up Bo for a fourth German suplex and Bo is not moving, and maybe not breathing.

Brock leaves the ring and walks to the back with Paul, but Paul stops Brock and suggests that maybe he gives him a fifth.

Brock returns to the ring and he picks up what is left of Bo Dallas and he hits a fifth German suplex.

They leave the ring and Paul asks Brock to do one for him.

Brock returns to the ring. Brock get Bo on his shoulders and Paul tells Bo that Brock BOLIEVES. Brock with an F-5.

[report credit:]

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

WWE has announced that Brock will appear on RAW tonight [8/24].

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

Brock Lesnar F5s The Undertaker through the announce table:


Undertaker versus Brock Lesnar

Brock attacks Taker before the bell rings and he punches Taker. Taker punches back and Taker with a boot to Brock and he clotheslines Lesnar over the top rope to the floor.

The referee tells Brock to get back into the ring so the match can start.

Brock with a double leg take down and he punches Taker and gets a near fall. Taker punches Brock in the head. Taker with a wrist lock and he works on the shoulder. Taker with a wrist lock and he goes to the turnbuckles for Old School. Brock picks Taker off the ropes and sets for an F-5 but Taker gets to his feet. Brock with a shoulder to the midsection but he runs into a boot.

Brock with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Lesnar with a German suplex and Taker rolls over when he hits the mat. Brock sets for another German suplex but Taker holds the ropes and sends Brock face first into the turnbuckles. Taker gets Brock up for Snake Eyes and he hits the boot to the head. Brock rolls to the floor.

Taker goes to the floor and he runs Brock into the ringside barrier and Brock is bleeding above his eye. Taker runs Brock into the apron again. Taker with a leg drop on the apron. Taker with jabs to Lesnar and Lesnar punches back. Taker grabs Lesnar by the throat and Lesnar escapes and hits another German suplex. Lesnar with another German suplex.

Lesnar hits another German Suplex. Taker with an elbow while Brock rearranges the announce table. Taker sets for a power bomb through the table but Brock counters and hits an F-5 through the table and au revoir table.

The referee makes his count and Taker struggles to get back to his feet and into the ring. Taker crawls in at nine to stop the count. Taker cannot get to his feet and Lesnar stands over Taker. Taker tells Brock he will have to kill him. Taker with a choke slam and both men are down. Taker gets to his feet first and he gets Brock up for a tombstone and he hits it and gets a near fall.

Lesnar sits up and laughs at Taker. Taker sits up and Lesnar punches Taker but Taker punches back. They go back and forth with punches. Brock with shoulders in the corner. Brock with the kimura in the corner and then Taker reminds Brock why you never climb the turnbuckles against him because Taker with the Last Ride and he gets a near fall.

Lesnar with a kick and he gets Taker on his shoulders and he hits an F-5 but Taker kicks out. Lesnar with another F-5 and Taker kicks out again. Taker with the Hell’s Gate and he locks it in. Lesnar escapes and he puts Taker in the Kimura. Lesnar with a body scissors on Taker. Taker gets a near fall and the bell rings, but the referee says the bell should not have been rung.

Taker with a low blow and he puts Lesnar in Hell’s Gate and Lesnar gives Taker the finger. Taker adds more pressure and the referee calls for the bell because Lesnar passed out.

Winner: Undertaker

After the match, we see footage that Undertaker may have tapped out before the timekeeper went for the bell.

Paul goes to the ring bell and he hits it a few hundred times. Paul says No No No No No No No No.

Paul says he saw it and the timekeeper saw it and you all saw it. Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match by tap out . . . submission . . . the Beast Brock Lesnar.

[report credit: PWInsider]

Posted by: mickey
Date: August 24th
Categories: News

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

Brock on SportsCenter [Part1]:

Brock on SportsCenter [Part2]:

Brock on Mike & Mike: click here for audio

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