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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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Fourth Match: Brock Lesnar w/Paul Heyman vs. Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Street Fight
Lesnar drives Ambrose to the corner as the bell rings. Lesnar drives his shoulder to the midsection of Ambrose. Lesnar connects with two german suplex’s to Ambrose. Lesnar with two knee strikes to the ribs of Ambrose. Lesnar with a german suplex that sends Ambrose to the outside. Ambrose whacks Lesnar with the Kendo Stick. Lesnar lands a series of knees to the midsection of Ambrose. Lesnar drops Ambrose with another german suplex. Lesnar breaks the Kendo Stick in half. Lesnar with a right hand to the back of Ambrose. Lesnar rolls Ambrose back into the ring. Lesnar connects with his sixth german suplex. Lesnar stomps on Ambrose in the corner. Lesnar with a regular suplex that the announcers count for some reason. Lesnar keeps control and nails German number seven. Ambrose gets up and slaps Lesnar, then stumbles back into the corner. Lesnar approaches and Ambrose unloads with forearms and kicks into the other corner. Lesnar just grabs him and hits German number eight.
Lesnar grabs a kendo stick and puts it in between he and Ambrose, daring him to come get it. Ambrose crawls for it and laughs before hitting Lesnar with a low blow. Ambrose unloads with the kendo stick. Lesnar rolls to the floor. Ambrose runs the ropes and dives out, sending Lesnar into the barrier. Ambrose goes under the ring and brings a chainsaw out. He tries to crank it up but Lesnar stops him and hits a belly-to-belly suplex on the floor. Ambrose nails Lesnar in the head with someone’s tablet it looks like. Ambrose with a steel chair over Lesnar’s back. Lesnar goes in the ring. Ambrose follows and goes to the top with a chair. Lesnar leaps on the top rope and launches Ambrose to the mat. Lesnar grabs a kendo stick but drops it . Lesnar reaches out of the ring to grab Ambrose but gets a fire extinguisher sprayed in his face.
Ambrose comes in the ring and unloads with a chair, backing Lesnar into the corner and jabbing away with it. Ambrose places the chair on Lesnar and runs and dropkicks it into him. Ambrose keeps control and takes the chair back to the top for a big elbow drop for a two count. Ambrose fills the ring with steel chairs now. Ambrose grabs one and swings but Lesnar ducks, nailing the ninth German suplex. Lesnar gets up as Heyman looks on. Lesnar goes for a F5 on top of the chairs but Ambrose turns it into a DDT on top of the chairs for a close two count. Ambrose takes his shirt off and mocks Lesnar. He goes under the ring and grabs the barbed wire baseball bat from Mick Foley. Ambrose brings the bat in but Lesnar ducks and hits the tenth German, on top of the chairs. Lesnar with a F5 to Ambrose onto the chairs to pickup the victory.
Winner: Brock Lesnar [credit: wrestlezone.com]
Posted by: mickey
Date: April 4th
The Big Story recently posted an article about WrestleMania 32 and included some quotes by Brock:
“I love being in the ring, I always have,” Lesnar said. “I believe somewhere deep down when God created me that I was to be a performer in some way, shape or form, whether it was in the octagon, the wrestling mat or the squared circle.”
One of the company’s top box-office attractions, Lesnar only wrestles on WWE Network events. Working on a part-time basis, Lesnar upped his schedule over the past year and has wrestled on the occasional live show.
“Vince got his checkbook out and he’s writing more checks,” Lesnar said. “But I have a limit and we’re at that limit right now.”
Lesnar has wrestled in some of Mania’s more memorable moments — such as landing on his head during a failed flip off the top rope against Kurt Angle, getting booed out of Madison Square Garden in his final WWE match before a lengthy hiatus. He was WWE champion last year and lost the belt in a convoluted finish where he wasn’t even pinned.
“This is a job and I’m not caught up into it like maybe I’m supposed to be,” he said. “I approach this as, I’m a skilled worker. I clock in, I clock out. People pay to watch me and, by chance, I guess they find me entertaining. … When I look back and what I’m proud of is the money in my bank account.”
Forbes released this week its list of highest-paid wrestlers and Lesnar was No. 2 with an estimated $6 million in earnings last year. Cena topped the list at $9.5 million.
“There could be five people in the stands or 100,000 people, I don’t treat it any differently,” Lesnar said. “I approach the competition the same. That’s just my mentality. I don’t get caught up in the business. I show up, I do my job, I collect my check and I go home.”
Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 2nd
Last year an exclusive report at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com revealed tentative plans for a WWE-produced DVD and Blu-ray on Brock Lesnar, slated to include an all-new documentary on “The Beast’s” life and career, along with a selection of extra matches and moments.
Fast forward to now and the project is in the works with its first release dates confirmed! The “Brockumentary” is on the way for October – it’s currently scheduled for release to the United States on October 11th, following less than a week later to the United Kingdom on October 17th. [credit: WrestlingDVDNetwork.com]
Posted by: Suzi
Date: April 2nd