Brock Lesnar New Look :
May glory be to the most glorious among all: The Beast Incarnate, The Anomaly, or however you want to call Brock Lesnar. This creature, without a doubt, matches each and every one of them.
This 6-foot-3, 266-pound freak of nature from Minneapolis, Minn., has forced his way to the top of every major combat sport, with the type of startling strength and terrifying passion seen only among Superman villains. As a senior at the University of Minnesota, he won the NCAA Division I collegiate wrestling championship, the WWE Championship six months after his debut, and the UFC Heavyweight Title in his fourth professional MMA fight. In 21-1, he also became The One. Simply said, the man was made to annihilate.
Brock Lesnar Debuts a New Look
Lesnar debuted on Raw on March 18, 2002, after being groomed by WWE officials while bashing his way through the collegiate wrestling ranks. He single-handedly demolished a ring full of hapless Superstars. The dominance continued unabated from that night forward. With the nefarious Paul Heyman steering his career, “The Next Big Thing” won the King of the Ring tournament and defeated The Rock to win the WWE Championship, making him the youngest WWE Champion in history and the fastest-rising celebrity in sports entertainment.
Lesnar’s freight-train speed hasn’t slowed down even after an almost 10-year hiatus. When The Beast’s time in the UFC came to an end, he returned to WWE in 2012, challenging the best the company has to offer and accomplishing the impossible at WrestleMania 30 when he defeated The Undertaker on The Grandest Stage of Them All. Lesnar demolished John Cena at SummerSlam 2014, defeated Randy Orton by TKO at SummerSlam 2016, defeated Goldberg at WrestleMania 33, Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 34, and defeated longtime foe Cain Velasquez at WWE Crown Jewel.
As if Lesnar’s raw ability wasn’t enough to make him the most intimidating Superstar in WWE history, Paul Heyman’s presence (sometimes physically) adds to the legend of The Beast Incarnate even as he writes it. Maybe you think Heyman’s rants are overdone. However, the outcomes speak for themselves. Brock Lesnar, his client, ended The Streak. And then there’s John Cena. Randy Orton, too. Braun Strowman, too. And there will be many, many more.