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Brock Lesnar

Jul 12, 1977
190 cm
264 lbs
119.5 kg
United States
Pro Wrestling
Team Death Clutch


RESULT  Opponent Method Date
Loss Alistair Overeem

Dec. 30, 2011
Loss Cain Velasquez TKO

Oct. 23, 2010

Brock Lesnar's Bio

Brock Lesner is the true definition of a multi-sport athlete. Having held both UFC and WWE Gold, he is one of the most well known athletes today. Currently working for the WWE, he is a multi-time champion and also known as "the man who broke the streak", as he was the first person ever to defeat The Undertaker at WrestleMania. Having had an MMA run between his two WWE runs, he's gained a record of 5 wins and 3 losses, with only two matches of his career ever going to the judges.


  • January 13, 2020

    ... Chris Jericho tantalized the entire professional wrestling world over the last several weeks .... Chris Jericho Who else could it be? Chris Jericho tantalized the entire professional wrestling world over the last several weeks, offering the Forbidden Gate to Hiroshi Tanahashi, a passage for the unthinkable – not just a chance to compete in All Elite Wrestling but to challenge Jericho for the AEW World title. At Wrestle Kingdom, the world stood shocked as Jericho not only beat Tanahashi but forced The Ace to submit in the center of ...

  • July 31, 2019

    ...If there's anyone who could walk out undefeated, it might very well be Jon Moxley. Jon Moxley Stop us if you recall reading this before – Jon Moxley remains undefeated in New Japan Pro Wrestling's G1 Climax, as not even the vaunted Tetsuya Naito could defeat the former WWE Champion. As Moxley continues to let loose in the ring and with some of the most passionate interviews seen in recent years, he continues to whip up incredible support and interest. With AEW All Out, GCW Bloodsport and more all on ...

  • July 24, 2019

    Like Thanos snapping his fingers in an Avengers film, Lesnar knocked the entire world of WWE off its axis...Once again, The Beast gets away with getting the most with the least amount of effort…and leaving everyone talking. Brock Lesnar Paul Heyman warned everyone. He said it was a spoiler and it was certainly true. At the end of WWE's Extreme Rules Pay-per-view in Philadelphia, Brock Lesnar stormed the castle and ransacked it, easily defeating Seth Rollins for the WWE Universal Championship after cashing in his Money in the Bank Briefcase. ...

  • June 10, 2019

    "...Thus, our top ten measures the most newsworthy performers in the business, who's momentum drives not just their own career paths but the promotions they compete for." Mike Johnson Jon Moxley For the second week in a row, the former Dean Ambrose is the most newsworthy and impressive figure in professional wrestling. Moxley made his New Japan Pro Wrestling debut, defeating a game [[Juice Robinson to capture the IWGP United States Championship. In doing so, Moxley immediately knocked New Japan off its axis, showing he's going to be a player ...

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