The reigning WWE World Heavyweight Champion
When Brock Lesnar entered WWE, he brought with him a championship amateur career and an overwhelming physique. The impressive
combination caused many to believe they were looking for "The Next Big Thing." Over the course of his WWE career, Lesnar
proved those predictions to be correct.
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Under the tutelage of Paul Heyman, Lesnar made an immediate impact upon his 2002 debut. A mere three months into his career,
he defeated Rob Van Dam to win the prestigious King of the Ring tournamnet. Two months after that, he beat The Rock
for the WWE Championship. In short, Lesnar accomplished more in half a year than most Superstars do during an entire career.
Over the next two years, Lesnar continues to shine, especially against Undertaker. At No Mercy 2002, he defeated
the "Deadman" inside the demonic Hell in a Cell. At the following year's event, Lesnar beat Undertaker in a Biker Chain
Match. He even last eliminated the "Deadman" to win the 2003 Royal Rumble. With his victory in the Rumble,
Lesnar earned the opportunity to challenge Kurt Angle for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania XIX.
With visions of making it big in the NFL, Lesnar left WWE in 2004. While fans never saw him on the gridiron, he soon
announced he was starting a career in mixed martial arts. Before illness derailed his career, fans were treated to a
taste of his past in October 2010, when Brock engaged in a chilling staredown with the Undertaker after a bout.
On April 2, 2012, Brock made a shocking return the night after WrestleMania XXVIII and attacked John Cena.
Following an eight-year hiatus, Brock Lesnar made a shocking return to WWE the day after WrestleMania XXVIII and
obliterated John Cena with the F-5. On the following week's episode of Raw SuperShow, Executive Vice President of
Talent Relations and brand General Manager John Laurinaitis proclaiming Lesnar as the new face of WWE and announced that he
would face Cena at Extreme Rules on April 29, 2012. Facing off in an Extreme Rules Match at the sold-out Allstate
Arena in Rosemont, Illinois, the former UFC Heavyweight Champion dominated the contest until Cena struck Lesnar in the face
with a steel chain wrapped around his fist. The Cenation Commander-in-Chief then hoists his bloodied opponent up for the
Attitude Adjustment, slamming Lesnar on the steel steps to win the match.
The following night on Raw Supershow, WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H decreed that Lesnar's deal with
Laurinaitis the previous week will not be upheld—contract demands he "bullied" out of Laurinaitis—as
it had not been approved by himself. According to Triple H, if Lesnar wanted to continue to compete in WWE, he would have to
do so under the original terms of his contract—not under the terms he negotiated with the General Manager. This caused
the always unpredictable Lesnar to fly into a rage and break the WWE Chief Operating Officer's arm with a devastating Kimura
Lock. While members of the WWE Universe awaited Lesnar's legal representation, they got someone else instead the following
week on Raw SuperShow: Paul Heyman, the father of ECW and Lesnar's former manager in WWE. The wrestling innovator
said Lesnar asked him to personally appear and read a statement. In the written address, Lesnar took shots at Triple H,
saying the WWE Chief Operating Officer is jealous of him, and expressed anger at how he has been treated in the
sports-entertainment organization. The statement concluded with a stunning revelation: Brock has quit WWE and he's
"never coming back." Heyman later announced that Lesnar was filing a lawsuit against WWE for breach of
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The world of sports-entertainment can bring man and woman together and that is the case with Brock Lesnar and Sable.
In 2003, Sable made a shocking return to WWE, where she was featured in another Playboy spread—this time
with Torrie Wilson. During this time, Lesnar stood atop the blue brand as WWE Champion, and the two met. They became a
couple in short order and were engaged in 2004. The two went their separate ways in early 2005, but reconciled later that
year and tied the knot on May 6, 2006.
The famous couple have two sons together, Turk, who was born in June 2009, and Duke, who was born July 2010. Lesnar is
the stepfather of Mero's daughter with her late husband Wayne Richardson, Mariah.
The reigning WWE World Heavyweight Champion
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar had initially been advertised for last week’s edition of “Monday Night Raw,” just after the “Fastlane” pay-per-view. He and his advocate Paul Heyman were set to address Roman Reigns’, the No. 1 contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania.
However, a backstage argument between Vince McMahon and Lesnar reportedly got incredibly heated, and ultimately led to Lesnar having his appearance canceled. The “Beast Incarnate” walked out of the arena, and WWE was forced to re-write its main event. The argument was said not to involve anything from creative, but purely financially.
According to F4WOnline, the confrontation between McMahon and Lesnar almost turned physical. Dave Meltzer reports there was a lot of shouting back and forth between the two in public. There was concern from several that McMahon would be physically outmatched by Lesnar if it turned into a fight, but nothing ultimately occurred.
He also noted McMahon was approached as to whether the argument would change any plans regarding the WrestleMania main event, which was met with assurance it would not. It is said McMahon is not worried about Lesnar no-showing the biggest pay-per-view of the year, because the company could easily sue the champion for breach of contract.
Lesnar appeared at UFC 184 Saturday night and reportedly met with Dana White. His last contracted appearance for WWE is the “RAW” after WrestleMania, and it is known he has several suitors in the MMA world.