Brock Lesnar is one of WWE’s most prominent performers, whenever he’s around. The Beast Incarnate demolished everyone who stood in his way when he debuted on WWE’s main roster in March 2002. Within three months of his debut, the star collegiate wrestler was racking up victories and being crowned King of the Ring.

Brock Lesnar’s victory at King of the Ring earned him a shot at the Undisputed WWE Championship at SummerSlam. The Rock was the guy with the gold by the time the WWE got to the summer spectacular. Lesnar defeated The Great One at the event, becoming the youngest WWE Champion in history.

Brock Lesnar paid tribute to The Rock in his autobiography Death Clutch, writing that he will always appreciate what he did for him and his family.

I’ll always appreciate what Dwayne did for me and my family.


I don’t know how many other guys Dwayne would have been happy to lose too clean, but he did it for me because he knew I could carry the torch for the company until he got it back. It wasn’t a gift. It was business.

Lesnar resumed his strong run after defeating The Rock at SummerSlam while feuding with The Undertaker. After being deceived by Paul Heyman, he eventually lost the World Championship to Big Show at Survivor Series. Lesnar stayed at the helm of the company until his departure in 2004.

After facing Goldberg at WrestleMania XX, Lesnar moved on to pastures new in an attempt to begin an NFL career. Let’s see what he has in store for us next. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Ringside News.

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Shivangini, a law student, writes for Ringside News to share her passion for wrestling. She joined in 2021, striving to deliver the best content while enjoying her hobbies of baking, cooking, reading and playing musical instruments.

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