After a terrific victory on Day 1, Brock Lesnar is currently a six-time WWE Champion and has been tied up with Steve Austin and 2-time Hall of Famer. Since Roman Reigns was tested COVID-19 positive, the Beast Incarnate was brought into the WWE Title Fatal four-way game on the first day. Lesnar was at the edge of defeat during the early moments of the game, however, due to the efforts of Seth Rollins, Bobby Lashley, and Kevin Owens, he was able to pin Big E and win the coveted belt.
Brock Lesnar’s latest victory marked his fifth WWE Title in the history of WWE which has eventually made him join hands with Hall of Fame, Stone Cold, Steve Austin, and Hulk Hogan. Few of the wrestling legends in the industry have more WWE titles than Brock Lesnar, Austin, and Hogan. A few of them are Triple H (9), The Rock (8), Randy Orton (10), and John Cena (13).
“With his win at #WWEDay1, @BrockLesnar is now tied for the 5th most WWE Championship reigns of all time,” wrote WWE’s official Twitter handle.
Brock Lesnar Hailed as One of the Most Decorated WWE Champions
When WWE fans think about WWE, the first name that comes to their mind is Brock Lesnar. He was an anonymous personality who won the prestigious belt during the Ruthless Aggressive Era in 2002-2003. During his initial WWE marathon, he dominated the SmackDown brand, and only handpicked superstars could convincingly defeat him.
At the SummerSlam 2002, Lesnar won his first WWE title by defeating the Rock which was a ray of light in his career. He went ahead winning the Royal Rumble match in 2003 and also destroyed Kurt Angle in WrestleMania XIX and marked his reign in this arena.
Brock Lesnar has marked his sight on an opponent with who he has never competed before. Only time can answer if the beast incarnate can dominate Lashley or another victim will be added to the list.