The Beast, The Conqueror, The next big thing, Brock Lesner has been given many nicknames throughout his two-decade-long career and his records prove that he is worthy of all of them. Lesnar made an all-conquering debut in 2002 where he singlehandedly destroyed many wrestlers at once. Under the guidance of Paul Heyman, Brock won the King of the Ring tournament and defeated The Rock to win the WWE title. Brock Lesnar was heralded as the fastest-rising superstar in wrestling history.
After dominating the WWE, Brock went to UFC, where he became the UFC heavyweight champion. Brock made an explosive entry to the WWE ring after almost 10 years. In WrestleMania 30, Brock achieved the impossible by becoming The One in 21-1. Brock ended the winning streak of The Undertaker on the grand stage and left everyone surprised. Many wins followed as he destroyed John Cena by delivering more than 15 suplexes at SummerSlam 2014, defeated the Viper Randy Orton at SummerSlam 2016, Goldberg and Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 and 34 respectively.
From wrestling at college leagues to conquering WWE, Brock Lesnar’s career is filled with achievements. Though many may feel that Brock Lesnar is a bully, the results speak for themselves. Brock Lesnar has conquered The Streak. He destroyed John Cena. He has also beaten the monster among men, Braun Strowman.
Brock Lesnar returned to SmackDown Live recently and delivered an F-5 to WWE Champion Kofi Kingston after challenging him for the WWE title. Brock earlier lost the Universal Championship to Seth Rollins at Wrestlemania following which he was rumoured to make a return to SmackDown. With Brock joining the blue-band, WWE is planning to give SmackDown the same big stage as Monday night RAW gets. Fans of SmackDown are in for a roller coaster ride with Lesnar.