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  SLAM! Sports - Wrestling - Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar grew up as a farm boy in the small town of Webster, South Dakota, but farming wasn't the path that Lesnar would follow.
However, as the days to Wrestlemania began to dwindle, rumours persisted that Lesnar was on the verge of leaving the WWE and pro wrestling itself, to pursue a career in the NFL.
Although Lesnar (and fiance Rena "Sable" Mero) made a non-wrestling appearance on a New Japan Pro Wrestling card in January 2005, the only headlines he made for a while were over his lawsuit against the WWE in an attempt to get out of his no-compete clause, which doesn't expire until January 2010.
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Lesnar is listed as benching 475, which with his long arms is very impressive, and a near 700 pound squat with a 35-inch vertical leap.
Brock Lesnar was injured in a motorcycle accident yesterday as his bike collided with a minivan according to twincities.com.
Brock has wrestled his entire professional career in the WWE and we are proud of his accomplishments and wish him the best in his new endeavor.
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  Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar is one of those rare special athletes that was able to immediately impact the sport of professional wrestling.
Lesnar took things a step further by taking some of the Hulkster's blood and wiping it across his chest, showing the savagery of the man. Hogan would be out of wrestling for some time after this match, which Heyman and Lesnar quickly claimed credit for.
Lesnar then came out to attack both brothers, but was injured due to a slam on a steel chair, injuring his ribs.
www.accelerator3359.com /Wrestling/bios/lesnar.html   (8414 words)

  Brock Lesnar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lesnar, at age 25, was then the youngest WWE Champion ever (as of 2006, he is still technically the youngest WWE Champion ever, but Randy Orton is the youngest world champion in WWE history, having won the World Heavyweight Championship at 24).
In the autumn of 2002 Lesnar feuded with The Undertaker.
On March 19, 2006, Brock Lesnar retained his championship, defeating Akebono with a DDT and not a Verdict, but while the referee was down on the mat he hit the former Sumo wrestler with the IWGP belt.
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 brock lesnar - A short biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brock Lesnar was an outstanding amateur wrestler and went to the University of Minnesota on a full wrestling scholarship.
Lesnar is known for his hulking physique in addition to his unusual flexibility and endurance on and off the football field.
Brock Lesnar failed to make it past a training camp invitation with the Minnesota Vikings and is looking into other teams as well as arena football.
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 BrockLesnar   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Unfortunately, Lesnar lost in the finals of the NCAA Championships to Stephen Neal of Cal State-Bakersfield in a 3-2 decision that cost Minnesota a chance to be National Champions; arch-rival Iowa won instead.
As he had in the past, Lesnar tossed aside all opponents, coasting to a 26-1 record (with his defeat at the hands of a close 5-3 decision from Iowa's Wes Hand) and ranked as the #1 heavyweight in the Big Ten.
Brock avenged his loss by destroying the Heavyweight bracket at the NCAA finals, then defeating Hand with a 3-2 decision in overtime with an escape in the final match, achieving a lifelong dream by becoming an NCAA heavyweight champion.
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 Brock Lesnar quiz -- free game
Brock Lesnar had a try our match with Billy Gunn.
Brock Lesnar was wrestling at Ohio Valley Wrestling before he came to World Wrestling Entertainment.
Brock Lesnar left the company for the first time in 2004.
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 Wrestling Observer - headlines   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brock Lesnar came one step closer to his goal of playing pro football when he signed a one-year contract with the Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday.
Lesnar first worked out for the team in June and showed great potential, running a 40-yard dash in 4.75 seconds at a weight of 290 pounds, and that was only two months after suffering a groin injury in a motorcycle accident.
One of the KFAN hosts suggested that Brock would be signed to the practice squad, meaning he would practice with the team but would never play in games.
www.wrestlingobserver.com /wo/news/headlines/default.asp?aID=14099   (777 words)

 Brock Lesnar News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brock Lesnar and World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. have agreed to settle a lawsuit regarding a non-competition agreement he signed after he quit wrestling in March 2004.
Brock Lesnar won an NCAA title and then went on to commercial success as a pro wrestler, but Gophers coach J Robinson ranks unbeaten Cole Konrad the best heavyweight he has ever coached.
It appeared as if WWE and Brock Lesnar were close to settling their legal problems, but WWE filed a restraining order against Lesnar on 12/6 asking the court to keep...
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 TSG Mug Shot: Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar, the World Wrestling Entertainment champion, was once arrested for illegally possessing steroids, though the felony charge against the 26-year-old athlete was dismissed four months after his January 2001 arrest.
Lesnar, pictured in the below mug shot, was popped by Louisville Division of Police detectives after receiving and opening a parcel that cops said contained a "large amount of steroids." Lesnar, a 295-pound former college wrestling champ, was in Kentucky training at a WWE facility.
While a Louisville detective told TSG that the material was some kind of growth hormone, Lesnar's defense attorney, Scott Cox, characterized the confiscated pills as a "vitamin type of thing." According to Cox, officers seemed "very apologetic" when lab results cleared Lesnar.
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 brock lesnars BIOGRAPHY and kfan brock lesnar interviews
Unfortunately, Lesnar lost in the finals of the NCAA Championships to Stephen Neal of Cal State-Bakersfield in a 3-2 decision that cost Minnesota a chance to be National Champions; arch-rival Iowa won instead.
Brock avenged his loss by destroying the Heavyweight bracket at the NCAA finals, then defeating Hand with a 3-2 decision in overtime with an escape in the final match, achieving a lifelong dream by becoming an NCAA heavyweight champion.
Lesnar was again dominant, crushing both Hardy Boys to the point where Heyman requested his own inclusion in the match to garner the cheap pin over Jeff Hardy.
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 Lesnar long-shot to make NFL team - NFC North - MSNBC.com
Ex-WWE wrestler Brock Lesnar, left, signs a helmet for Vikings fan Milt Toratti at Vikings' camp in Mankato, Minn. Lessnar is trying to make the Minnesota roster after not playing college football and a run as a professional wrestler.
Lesnar hasn’t played football since 1995, when he was a high school senior in Webster, S.D. But his brawn, quickness and tenacity were enough to convince the Minnesota Vikings he was worth signing and bringing to training camp as a defensive tackle.
Lesnar was invited to work out for the Vikings in June, once he was fully healed.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/5582028   (886 words)

 Obsessed With Wrestling
Brock Lesnar started out wrestling for Jim Cornette's Ohio Valley Wrestling where he was groomed for greatness..
Brock Lesnar formed a tag team with Shelton Benjamin called the Minnesota Stretching Crew..
April 24, 2006: Brock Lesnar and WWE reached an agreement to settle the non-compete lawsuit filed by Lesnar..
www.obsessedwithwrestling.com /profiles/b/brock-lesnar.php   (3122 words)

 ESPN.com - NFL - The Next Big Flop?
Lesnar is a self-described "blue-collar redneck" who owns a 47-acre ranch and spends his free time jumping up and down on beds -- sometimes breaking them -- with his 2-year-old daughter, Mya.
Though an April motorcycle accident slowed his progress, Lesnar has spent the majority of the past three months training in Arizona, hoping to latch on with a team during summer camp, then spend a year or two on the practice squad on his way to becoming an NFL star.
Studwell puts the odds of Lesnar making an NFL team and having a successful pro career at "less than 50 percent." Complicating matters was an April motorcycle accident in which Lesnar broke his jaw, fractured his left hand, severely pulled his groin and suffered tissue damage in his lower abdomen.
sports.espn.go.com /nfl/news/story?id=1830855   (2082 words)

 Brock Lesnar Tapes
WWE Title Match: Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle- Lesnar wins a great match where we saw Angle go on with the match, being the man that he is, knowing that he had a bad neck and doctors were telling him that he shouldn't work the match.
Lesnar would leave the WWE for football and it turned out to be a big mistake no matter if he ever admits it or not.
Brock would leave the WWE after this match for a shot at the NFL so unless he ever comes back, there won't be anymore Brock Lesnar Comps.
www.softcom.net /users/abingham/brocklesnar.html   (2011 words)

 IGN: Smackdown Countdown 2003: Brock Lesnar
The son of a farmer and former National Guardsmen, Brock Lesnar first rose to prominence when he won the 1998 NJCAA Amateur Wrestling Championship and the tender age of 21.
Trained by Gerald Brisco's former roommate, Brock went on to become good pals with another WWE Superstar, Shelton Benjamin in his junior year at the University of Minnesota and had storied rivalries with NCAA amateur stars like Steve Nealon and Wes Hand.
Particularly competitive with Wes Hand, Lesnar defeated his rival in the 2000 National Championships and went on to win the whole tournament before graduating from college a few weeks later.
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 Brock Lesnar - WWE
Finishing move: F5 - In 1998, 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 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.
www.wrestlingkingdom.com /brock_lesnar_-_wwe_superstar.htm   (861 words)

 Brock Lesnar Set for United States Return - Associated Content
Brock Lesnar won the 2000 NCAA Wrestling Championship as a member of the University of Minnesota wrestling team.
Lesnar was able to get out of his long-term WWE contract but signed a non-compete clause (meaning he would not be able to join another pro wrestling company until 2010).
As for Lesnar, many are anticipating his debut in MMA and wonder what kind of, if any, success the former world-wrestling champion can have.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/190167/brock_lesnar_set_for_united_states.html   (691 words)

 Brock Lesnar, WWE settle lawsuit - Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal:   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lesnar, a former WWE champion, filed the lawsuit in February 2005, asking the court to rule the non-competition agreement unenforceable.
David Bradley Olsen, an attorney with Minneapolis-based Henson and Efron, represented Lesnar on the case.
Lesnar, who wrestled at the University of Minnesota before joining the WWE, has been wrestling professionally in Japan since last fall.
twincities.bizjournals.com /twincities/stories/2006/04/24/daily6.html   (589 words)

 Iconator.com >> Icons >> Wrestling >> brock lesnar   (Site not responding. Last check: )
brock lesnar the 3x time WWE champion, defeated undertaker in *beep* in A Cell and has defeated him again in the first ever Biker Chain math.
brock went to football, he is on the vikings but on the training squad so he isn't playing this season but he will next year, so don't expect him to be back for a couple of years.
brock lesner isnt wrestling anymore he went to football....but they said that he would b back...thats what i heard..
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 MMA on Tap - Brock Lesnar   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brock Lesnar’s MMA debut and the rematch between Royce Gracie and Kazushi Sakuraba will be shown in their entirety while highlights from the other fights on the card will be shown.
Lesnar was originally scheduled to face Hong Man Choi but the fight was scrapped after Choi failed to pass his medical tests put forth the California State Athletic Commission.
Former WWE superstar Brock Lesnar has made it official that he will be making his MMA debut in October for the K-1 Hero’s show.
www.mmaontap.com /mma/category/Brock-Lesnar   (1781 words)

 pWw Wrestleshop: Video: Brock Lesnar
It shows all Brock's highlights from when he a little kid sleeping in his hayloft to joining amateur wrestling at the age of 5.
Also, it goes in depth and behind the scenes from Brock flying on the WWE plane and pre-match and post match interviews.
Also, Brock explains about his business dealings with Paul Heyman to his very good friendship with Kurt Angle.
www.pwwew.net /wrestleshop/video/brocklesnar.htm   (161 words)

 Outsports Discussion Board > Two pics of Brock Lesnar
Oct 15 2002, 09:30 PM Lesnar wrestled in South Dakota for a couple of years, and when Title IX detroyed that program he transfered to Minnesota and became a Golden Gopher (the image doesn't fit somehow...) for his last 2 years of eligibility, 98-99 and 99-00, if memory serves.
Lesnar is one of the professional wrestlers who had an outstanding career on the collegiate level.
Brock is from South Dakota (high school) then wrestled jr.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The pulse quickens when WWE superstar Brock Lesnar comes out, flexing his muscles.
Brock Lesnar is one of the greats in the WWE!
- read about all the wrestlers Brock Lesnar has taken out for the first 5 months of his career in the WWE.
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 YouTube - Brock Lesnar's Trainning   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Why would I wanna be Lesnar when he's the least respected in the business.
Brock Lesnar & Shinsuke Nakamura vs Riki Choshu & Akebono
Brock Lesnar calls out Bob Sapp in a 2003 interview
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 chrisjericho.com :: View topic - Brock Lesnar Update
Brock Lesnar announced plans to debut for K-1 HERO's at last night's event in Las Vegas.
Lesnar said he is honored to be working with Gracie.
I hope Lesnar destroys the first few people he faces, so most people have to admit they were wrong.
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 Urban Dictionary: lesnar
Brock Lesnar hits Kurt Angle with the F5 and gets the pin to retain his WWE Undisputed Heavyweight Championship!
that wimp of a wrestler, he's no brock lesnar, just another warence.
Brock Lesnar's signature move when he picks them up on his shoulder and the person does a 90 degree spin
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 Brock Lesnar Photos - Brock Lesnar News - Brock Lesnar Information
Brock Lesnar was a part of Ohio Valley Wrestling before transferring over the the WWE.
Brock Lesnar is 6'4, 295 pounds of raw power, speed, quickness, technique and agility all rolled up...
Lesnar Is NOT scheduled to appear at Summerslam 2005!
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