Brock Lesnar holds a lot of achievements to his name and to be able to give a short introduction about him is no simple task.
This former mixed martial artist is a well-known professional wrestler and a football player. Both MMA and wrestling considered, he is the only person to have won the primary heavyweight championships in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, New Japan pro-wrestling, WWE, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
He also holds the record to have ended The Undertaker’s winning streak in Wrestlemania in 2014. He retired from MMA in 2017 when he defeated Mark Hunt in 2016, but his victory was overturned as he tested positive for a banned substance called Clomiphene. Nevertheless, he has been one of the box office sensations on any given day.
Ric Flair about Brock Lesnar: Brock Lesnar’s been unshakeable since his WWE debut in 2002. In the latest edition of Wooooo Nation Uncensored, Ric Flair talked about his wrestling days against Lesnar in 2002.
He said that Lesnar took care of him –
“He took care of me,” said Flair. “He never hurt me, he never hurt me. I’ll tell you that. When he latches on to you, you’re not going anywhere. The first time I wrestled him was the night Steve Austin quit in Atlanta, and Vince said, “You’re not part of RAW,” I said, “I thought I owned RAW,” He said, ‘…You’re wrestling Brock Lesnar [tonight].”
When Lesnar was a newcomer in 2002, he defeated some of the prominent names in the company and even Flair was defeated at the hands him three times. Lesnar had also written about Ric Flair in his autobiography “Dear Clutch: My Story of Determination, Domination and Survival”.