Brock Lesnar – At the age of 39, and looking at Brock Lesnar’s body of work, he truly is a once in a lifetime type of athlete. The WWE has never seen a Superstar excel in the world of MMA, along with a tremendous stint as an amateur wrestler (and not to mention almost making the Minnesota Vikings’ team, getting cut on the very last day). He’s just a special breed of human.
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When he left the WWE for MMA, his brand value skyrocketed to new heights. Once he came back to the WWE, Brock was unstoppable decimating opponents like John Cena at SummerSlam for the title, and ending The Undertaker’s epic WrestleMania run. Say what you must about Brock and his attitude, but the guy can follow up his talk, becoming one of the best Champions in our current era, even if he was MIA for most of it.
He’s gone through a lot of good but has even undergone some bad, like going through his WWE days during the early 2000s consuming huge amounts of alcohol and pain killers per day. According to Lesnar, the travel life took over and everything became blurry. The Beast claims he’d consume a bottle of Vodka a day. In this article, we look at those moments Brock wants you to forget, with 12 pictures Brock Lesnar doesn’t want you to see. Enjoy!
12. His Days As One Of The Boys
What has made Lesnar such a huge draw since coming back to the WWE is the fact that he is exactly the same in the ring as he outside of it. Like he says in countless interviews, “I clock in and I clock out”. Lesnar doesn’t speak to any of the talent and basically does his job and proceeds to leave the arena. This demeanor has made him a huge draw in the ring becoming one of the most popular characters in the current era.
Although the WWE would like you to think otherwise for character purposes, Lesnar wasn’t always his “I hate people and co-workers” type of person. Entering the pro wrestling business in 2000, Brock formed a variety of relationships. In 2002, he was brought on to the main roster and began his full-time stint with the company. During that time, Lesnar made several buddies which included the two in the picture above in Tajiri and Brian Kendrick, a picture you’ll most certainly never see again.