Mya Lesnar, following in her father Brock Lesnar’s athletic footsteps, has pursued a career in shot put as a member of the Colorado State team.
In a remarkable achievement, Mya recently set new shot put record with an impressive mark of 18.50 meters. Throughout her career this year, she has garnered All-Mountain West honors and secured a first-place finish in the weight throw at the indoor Mountain West Championships.
Additionally, Mya achieved a commendable third place in the shot put at both the indoor and outdoor conference championships.
While her father, Brock Lesnar, has been absent from WWE television since his loss to Cody Rhodes at WWE SummerSlam, it is anticipated that he will make a return next month as the build-up to the Royal Rumble begins.
Interestingly, during a recent episode of the Pat McAfee Show, the former WWE announcer revealed that he had been informed of Mya’s preparations to represent the United States in the Olympics.
“Sources have told me that Mya Lesnar is now 224 lbs of all muscle, ready to throw a rock for the United States of America when her time comes, and beat the hell out of everybody else.”
As of this writing, Mya herself has not yet commented on whether she intends to compete in the 2024 games.
Mya Lesnar’s accomplishments in shot put are impressive, and her potential involvement in the Olympics is exciting news. It’s clear that she has a bright future in athletics. Do you think her achievements in shot put might lead her to consider a career in professional wrestling, given her father’s background in WWE? Leave us a comment below.