Brock Edward Lesnar is a Canadian-American professional wrestler, retired mixed martial artist and retired professional soccer player. He is probably best known during his time playing at WWE and the UFC. After successful amateur wrestling at Bismarck State College and the University of Minnesota, Lesnar signed with WWE in 2000. He was responsible for advancing the development of Ohio Valley Wrestling, where he had won three-time OVW Southern Tag Team Team with Shelton Benjamin. After making his WWE Main List debut in 2002, Lesnar won the WWE Championship five months after making his debut at the age of 25, becoming the youngest champion in title history. . After losing the title to Eddie Guerrero at No Way Out in 2004 and a match against Goldberg at WrestleMania XX, Lesnar left WWE and pursued a career in the National Football Confederation. He was dubbed a defensive player for the Minnesota Vikings, but was ruled out before the start of the 2004 season.
|Born||July 12, 1977, Webster, South Dakota, U.S.|
|Occupation||Professional wrestler, mixed martial artist, American football player|
|Years active||2000–2007, 2012–present, (wrestling), 2004 (football), 2007–2011, 2016 (MMA)|
After winning the NCAA heavyweight wrestling championship in 2000, he was crowned the WWE King of the Ring in 2002. In 2007, he joined the UFC.
In four years of wrestling, he won the NCAA championships and compiled a 106-5 record, but he was cut from the Minnesota Vikings during the preseason.
In Las Vegas, Nevada, he submitted Shane Carwin with an arm triangle choke to win the 2010 UFC Heavyweight Championship.
He ended his engagement to Nicole, with whom he had a daughter named Mya Lynn in 2002, in order to begin a relationship with Rena Sable Mero, a fellow wrestler, whom he married in May 2006. Duke and Turk are his two children with Rena.
On April 6, 2014, he became the first fighter to defeat The Undertaker in a WrestleMania encounter.
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