Brock Lesnar Poster
Brock Lesnar Stats - Brock
Real Name: Brock Edward Lesnar
Weight: 286 lbs.
Date of birth: July 12, 1977
Hometown: Webster, SD
Pro debut: 2000
Trained by: Curt Hennig & Brad Rheingans
Finishing move: F5
- In 1998, Brock
Lesnar became a NJCAA (National Junior
College Athletic Association) champion at Bismarck (North Dakota) Junior
College, and then transferred to the University of Minnesota.
- Lesnar captured two Big Ten championships, and in his senior year,
captured the NCAA Heavyweight title.
- Brock Lesnar accumulated an impressive 56-3 record in junior college, and a
50-2 mark at the University of Minnesota.
- Upon signing with the WWF in 2000, Lesnar was assigned to Ohio Valley
Wrestling for training and development.
- On February 13, 2001, the Minnesota Stretching Crew: Shelton Benjamin
and Lesnar defeated Disciples of Synn (B.J. Payne and Damian) for the OVW
Tag Team title in Louisville, KY.
- Prior to the May 15, 2001 "Smackdown" taping in Louisville,
the Minnesota Stretching Crew again defeated the Disciples of Synn to
regain the OVW Southern Tag Team title.
- On June 27, 2001, Lesner and Brian Keck (subbing for Shelton Benjamin) beat
Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko in Louisville, KY.
- In July 2001, the Minnesota Stretching Crew vacated the OVW Tag Team
title due to an injury suffered by Shelton Benjamin.
- The title remained vacant until October 29, 2001. Lesnar and Benjamin
defeated Prototype (John
Cena) and Rico Constantino to claim their third
OVW Tag Team title.
- Lesnar made his WWF television debut at the March 18, 2002 edition of
"Raw." Paul Heyman arrived on the scene to be his agent.
- At the WWF brand extension draft on "Raw,"
attempted to select Lesnar, but since the WWF chairman was out of order,
Ric Flair selected him for the WWE
- At Backlash '02 in Kansas City, MO, Lesnar defeated Jeff Hardy by
default following a devastating power bomb.
- On May 1, 2002, Brock Lesnar
defeated Crash Holly in Cologne, Germany.
- Two nights later, Lesnar teamed with The Undertaker in Birmingham,
England to defeat Triple H and
- At Judgment Day '02, Lesnar and Heyman defeated the Hardy
- On the May 27, 2002 edition of "Raw" in Edmonton, Lesnar
defeated former Hardcore champion Bubba Ray Dudley.
- Two weeks later on the same program, Lesnar aided Vince
to regain control of WWE, attacking Flair in the process. Earlier in the
night, Lesnar defeated Bubba Ray Dudley in a King of the Ring qualifying
- Lesnar defeated Booker T to qualify for the semi finals of the
of the Ring tournament the following Monday.
- At the King of the Ring PPV in Columbus, OH, Lesnar went through Test
and Rob Van Dam to become the 2002 King of the Ring. Winning the
of the Ring tournament guaranteed Lesnar a WWE title shot at Summerslam.
- On June 29, 2002, Lesnar defeated
Ric Flair at Madison Square Garden in New
- Two nights later on "Raw," Lesnar again defeated "The
- At the end of the July 22, 2002 episode of "Raw," Lesnar and
Paul Heyman left "Raw" in favor of Stephanie
- On the August 8, 2002 edition of "Smackdown," Lesnar
successfully defended his Summerslam title shot against
- At Summerslam 2002 in Nassau, NY, Lesnar defeated The Rock to capture
the WWE title.
- At No Mercy '02, Lesnar successfully defended the WWE title against The
Undertaker in a "Hell In the Cell" match.
- Lesnar defeated the Big Show at the
2003 Royal Rumble in Boston, MA to
earn a spot in the 30 man over the top rope battle royal match. Later on
the show, Lesnar eliminated the Undertaker to win the Royal Rumble battle
- At Wrestlemania XIX in Seattle, WA, Lesnar defeated
Kurt Angle to win
the WWE title.
- At Backlash '03, Lesnar successfully defended the WWE title against
- Lesnar retained the WWE title against the Big Show in a
"stretcher" match at the 2003 Judgment Day PPV.
- On July 17, 2003, Lesnar successfully defended the WWE title against the
Big Show and Angle in Yokohama, Japan.
- Lesnar defeated Kurt
Angle at the September 16, 2003 "Smackdown!"
taping in Raleigh, NC in a 60-minute "iron man" match to regain
the WWE title.
- At No Mercy '03 in Baltimore, MD, Lesnar successfully defended the WWE
title against the Undertaker in a "biker/chain" match.
- In early 2004, Lesnar signed a 7 year contract with WWE worth $10.5
- At the 2004 Royal
Rumble, Lesnar defeated Hardcore Holly to retain the
- The night of Wrestlemania XX, WWE posted the following on the company's
web site: "Lesnar has made a personal decision to put his WWE career
on hold to prepare to tryout for the National Football League this season.
Brock Lesnar has wrestled his entire professional career in the WWE and we are
proud of his accomplishments and wish him the best in his new
- On July 27, 2004, Lesnar signed a contract with the NFL's Minnesota