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->'''EAT\\
SLEEP\\
CONQUER\\
REPEAT'''
-->--''Lesnar's new (ca. 2014) motto''

'''Brock Lesnar''', born 1977, is a [[ProfessionalWrestling professional wrestler]] and former MMA fighter. Lesnar won the NCAA Amateur Wrestling Heavyweight Championship in 2002, before debuting with Wrestling/{{WWE}} in 2002. He left WWE in 2004, after winning three [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-h.html WWE Championships]], to try out for UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball. He played pre-season for the [[UsefulNotes/NationalFootballLeague Minnesota Vikings]], but was cut before the regular season began. He then returned to wrestling and went on to win the [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/japan/newjapan/iwgp-h.html New Japan Pro Wrestling IWGP Heavyweight Championship]]. After moving to UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts, Lesnar won the [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/mma/ufc/ufc-h.html UFC World Heavyweight Title]] in 2008 from RandyCouture, later losing it to Cain Velasquez in 2010. He served as a coach on ''Series/TheUltimateFighter'' opposite Junior Dos Santos.

Lesnar returned to the WWE on the April 2, 2012 episode of ''WWERaw'', when he came out and hit Wrestling/JohnCena with the [[FinishingMove F-5]].

In 2014, Lesnar defeated the Undertaker at Wrestlemania 30, beating 'Taker's previous 21-0 streak at the show. Four months later he beat Wrestling/JohnCena clean at Summerslam '14 to become the WWE World Heavyweight champion, winning his first championship at WWE in over ten years.

[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brock_Lesnar The Other Wiki]] has a more extensive article on his life and career.

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!!! "Here come the tropes!":
* AndStarring: The April 30, 2012 show saw "''WWE Raw Supershow'' starring Brock Lesnar". Then a week later Wrestling/TripleH showed up and put a stop to it.
* ArchEnemy: Wrestling/KurtAngle in pro wrestling, possibly Frank Mir in MMA.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: It sounds so perfect for his image that it might be a shock to find he was born with it.
* AttackAttackAttack: His main strategy. And with his [[LightningBruiser speed and strength]], he doesn't need to use any other strategy.
** Comes back to bite him on occasion (see Frank Mir, Cain Velasquez and John Cena).
* AxCrazy: As a result of being "brainwashed" by Vince [=McMahon=]. Best summed up by himself in a vignette before ''Summerslam 2014''. "If you want to wrap your head around my world, you need to understand one thing: I enjoy hurting people."
* '''{{Badass}}''': NCAA Wrestling Champion his senior year in college (runner-up his junior year), won his first WWE Title (from [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]]) ''five months'' after his WWE debut, won his IWGP Title in his first match for the company, won his UFC Title in his third UFC fight (and fourth MMA fight in general), and on top of it all, [[spoiler:'''''[[HeroKiller he]] [[CueTheFlyingPigs broke]] [[DefeatingTheUndefeatable the]] [[Wrestling/TheUndertaker Streak!]]''''']].
** Four months later he threw [[JohnCena John Cena]] around the ring like a ragdoll to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title.
* BadassBeard: The "mountain man" look he sported in the run up to his fight with Cain Velasquez.
* BadassBoast: "I am the Next Big Thing!" Also doubles as his RedBaron.
** During the 2004 No Way Out intro he uttered this epic line:
-->'''Brock Lesnar''': I've beaten [[Wrestling/RicFlair leg]][[Wrestling/HulkHogan ends]], [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson great ones]], [[Wrestling/TheUndertaker phenoms]]! [[Wrestling/EddieGuerrero You]] [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter are]] [[InsultBackfire no one!]]
** Then there are the variations on his shirt:
*** Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.
*** Eat. Sleep. [[spoiler: Beat the Streak]].
*** Eat. Sleep. Suplex. Repeat.
*** Eat. Sleep. [[FinishingMove F5.]] Repeat.
*** Eat. Sleep. Conquer [[spoiler: John Cena]].
*** In a vignette leading up to Summerslam 2014, he gives his thoughts on breaking the streak.
-->'''Lesnar''': The thing is, I ''knew'' I was gonna beat the Undertaker. ''Everyone'' knew I was gonna beat the Undertaker. They just didn't want to believe it. For God's sake, why wouldn't Brock Lesnar be able to beat the Undertaker? Because he's some mythical god?
* BerserkButton: Don't slap him in the face, as Wrestling/JohnCena discovered the hard way.
* BlondGuysAreEvil: In his heel runs.
* BloodIsTheNewBlack:
** After busting [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Spanky]] open, Brock found Spanky's blood on his chest and then started headbutting Spanky's open would till he was brown with dried blood.
** After his early-career victory over Hulk Hogan, Lesnar had quite a bit of Hogan's blood on his hands (literally). To discard it, he calmly wiped it across his massive chest, [[http://i.imgur.com/QiW7Ch4.png which resulted in a damn cool-looking "badge of honor," as Michael Cole put it.]]
* BloodKnight:
** Arguably anybody that competes in UFC has to be a bit of one, but he brought it into WWE with him as well.
---> "What makes me happy? ....Beating people up. That's what makes me happy."
** And that's just not his character. During an interview with ESPN, Lesnar claimed, apparently with the straightest of faces, that if it was legal to just go out and beat down random people just for kicks, it'd be his number-one hobby.
** Arguably played this trope straight ''literally'' after his 2012 return. During a time where blood was a no-no in WWE, seemingly every brawl Lesnar was in resulted in someone (be it him or his opponent) bleeding heavily by the time it was over.
* BigShutUp: His first line ([[NoExportForYou Not counting a UK-exclusive PPV]]) on WWE television was to interrupt [[MotorMouth Paul Heyman]] mid-rant by screaming "SHUT UP PAUL!" at him.
* BookEnds: Debuted in WWE on March 18th 2002, the night after ''Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}} [=X8=]'', and made his final appearance for the company at ''[=WrestleMania=] 20''.
** And then he returned to WWE in 2012, on the episode of ''Raw'' airing April 2 & the night after ''[=WrestleMania=] 28'', providing ''another'' book end.
* BoringButPractical: Lesnar's new SignatureMove, the Kimura, would be more suited to the days of Bruno Sammartino and Bob Backlund (and probably has been used by one of them) and looks out of place beside flashier moves of today. However, it can cripple someone in real life.
* BornWinner
* TheBrute: During his first heel run, with Paul Heyman as his manager and mouthpiece.
* TheBusCameBack: Returned to ''Raw'', April 2, 2012 and laid out Cena with an F5.
* CharlesAtlasSuperPower: Particularly in his days in WWE, he seemed impossibly strong, even able to hoist the 500 pound [[Wrestling/TheBigShow Big Show]] around with ease. This is actually TruthInTelevision. As far back as middle school, Lesnar is noted to have been freakishly strong. Like many [[WorldsStrongestMan Strongman]] competitors, he grew up on a farm, and became accustomed to lifting heavy loads (such as young calves) and developed an [[HeroicResolve iron-clad work ethic.]] It's best described by the man himself in a UFC Countdown video.
-->'''Brock Lesnar''': ''(in response to how training for MMA differs from professional wrestling)'' I learned early on that I don't need to lift 500 or 600 pounds once. [[{{Determinator}} I need to be able to press 250 pounds as many times in a row as I need.]]
* CombatPragmatist: (read: wants to cause as much pain as possible, rules be damned.)
** [[spoiler:Especially made notable at ''Wrestling/SummerSlam'' 2014, where, to paraphrase Wrestling/AJStyles, Brock beat the piss out John Cena and peeled his head like an onion on the way to capturing his fourth WWE World Heavyweight Championship. It was an incredible display of how to physically wear down and dissect a superman, which also contained a brilliant subtle insult aimed at Cena's place in history.]]
* CommutingOnABus: His current run in the WWE has been this.
* CueTheFlyingPigs: [[spoiler: When he '''''broke the streak''''', the fans looked like the ring had just exploded while they watched in [[StunnedSilence silent disbelief]].]]
* CurbStompBattle: He's notorious for dishing these out in his pro wrestling persona, sometimes just for fun. None were more impressive, however, than the one he handed to [[spoiler: '''JOHN CENA''']] in 2014.
* DefeatingTheUndefeatable[=/=]DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler: Ended Wrestling/TheUndertaker's Wrestling/WrestleMania winning streak ''cleanly''. Repeat. ''He ended the Streak'']]
** [[spoiler: Depending on how his booking goes following Summerslam, but this could very well apply to whomever unseats Lesnar from the WWE World Heavyweight Title.]]
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: "This is a real feeling that you're feeling because I can feel it! I'm the reason you're feeling the way that you're feeling right now, [[Wrestling/JohnCena John]]."
* TheDragon:
** To [[Wrestling/VinceMcMahon Vince [=McMahon=]]] following his FaceHeelTurn in 2003.
** John Laurinaitis ''tried'' to make him this, but it [[EvilerThanThou backfired]].
* TheDreaded: Wrestling/CMPunk said it best -- Brock's greatest weapon has never been any of his physical gifts, but the sheer fear all of his opponents had for him, whether they showed it or not.
* EmbarrassingTattoo: His sword tattoo looks like a little too much like another [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything type of sword]]...
* EstablishingCharacterMoment:
** Upon his first re-appearance on WWE, he makes a beeline straight for the ring and delivers an F5 to John Cena.
** Even further than that, his debut? Running into a hardcore match and pounding Wrestling/AlSnow, Maven Huffman, and Spike Dudley into the mat like they were dolls while hardly breaking a sweat. To further drive the point home, Maven was the Hardcore champion, and this was when the 24[=/=]7 rule (so long as a WWE official was present, the Hardcore title could be defended at any moment) was in effect, meaning, in kayfabe, he could have pinned Maven and won the Hardcore Title in his first ever TV appearance if he had wanted.)
* EasilyForgiven: After ending the streak, you'd think he'd have heel heat forever. But once it was leaked that he will be facing JohnCena for the WWE World Title at Summer Slam 2014, there are a group of fans rooting for him. People even started chanting "We Want Lesnar" on the Raw after Money in the Bank. So either people are over the streak ending or they just want Lesnar to take the titles from Cena.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes / VillainousFriendship:
** Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman seem to be each other's only friend in the business, and have a genuine respect for one another. If someone looks like they are getting in Heyman's face, here comes Brock to step up and protect his manager.
** Kayfabe-wise Heyman has some other friends. They just haven't appeared on WWE programming since he came back.
** Even Heyman will step in to protect Lesnar, knowing full well that he [[NonActionGuy doesn't stand a chance against any kind of wrestler.]] This was shown in the 2013 Extreme Rules match against Wrestling/TripleH where [[spoiler:he runs into the cage where Trips has Brock in a submission he has no chance of escaping, without so much as a weapon, just to get him to let go. Afterwards, he wills himself up just long enough to get a cheap shot on Hunter and gives Lesner the victory.]] If they weren't heels at the time, that would have been a touching HeroicSacrifice.
* EvilPlan: His main objective in ''Extreme Rules'' 2012 was to ''hurt'' John Cena. Which he ''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown did]]''.
* EvilerThanThou: John Laurinaitis tried to bring him in as TheDragon, but Lesnar turned the tables and bullied him into giving him whatever he wanted.
* ExtremeMeleeRevenge: The 2014 RoyalRumble saw Lesnar [[spoiler: likely exceed WWE's yearly chair shot quota all over TheBigShow's back - ''breaking three chairs'' in the process.]]
* FarmBoy: In South Dakota.
* GameBreakingInjury: His (ongoing) battle with diverticulitis has hindered his MMA career quite badly, leading to his retirement.
* GroinAttack: Has no qualms about running up behind someone (say, Wrestling/JohnCena for example) and kicking him right in the balls.
* HandicappedBadass: Kept fighting in the UFC even when suffering from diverticulitis.
** YMMV on the claims by Wrestling/PaulHeyman, but Lesnar was supposedly only at "50 percent" because of his continued issues with diverticulitis even while ''devastating'' Wrestling/JohnCena for 20+ minutes at Extreme Rules 2012, only to narrowly lose the match after two hits.[[note]]To be fair, while Heyman the character is a pathological liar, he's generally pretty straightforward when it comes to his association with Lesnar. Plus, Brock's diverticulitis was used as part of the match psychology between him and Wrestling/TripleH months later at that year's SummerSlam, so it's pretty likely he's not [=BSing=] here.[[/note]] Now, going into SummerSlam '14? ''[[OhCrap He's 100%.]]''
* '''HeroKiller:''' [[spoiler: He pretty much became professional wrestling's biggest by ending the Streak, ''clean''.]]
** [[spoiler: He promptly followed that by giving Wrestling/JohnCena the biggest beatdown of his career at Summerslam '14 to win the WWE World Heavyweight title]]
* HumiliationConga: First he gets tackled by Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} at the 2004 ''No Way Out'' during his title defense against Wrestling/EddieGuerrero. Then Guerrero performs a frog splash onto his injured body and pins him to become the WWE Champion. ''Then'' [=Goldberg=] defeats him in their grudge match at ''[=WrestleMania=] XX'' (which was, not incidentally, both men's last match in WWE) - and finally, just to twist in the knife, Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin "stuns" both him ''and'' Goldberg to massive cheers from the crowd. Then he attempts to break into the NFL and fails, and then he attempts a return to the WWE but is turned away, and then he tries to wrestle in Japan but can't get out of his no-compete clause. It took awhile for Brock to get back on his feet.
* IronicEcho: Lesnar dominates his UFC debut match with Frank Mir but gets caught via an inexperienced mistake and loses the match. Fast forward to 2012: [[spoiler: it happens to him again in his WWE return match against the now-veteran John Cena, destroying him for 20 minutes before running into a chain-wrapped fist.]]
** Another echo, this time to his second match with Mir, where Lesnar's new experience and patience allows him to dominate Mir. [[spoiler: His Summerslam 2014 match sees him being ''much'' harder to take down, and he defeats John Cena decisively.]]
* ItsPersonal: He and Paul Heyman seemed to be doing everything in their power to make his feud with Triple H this.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold:
** Can be a JerkJock at his worst, but is a cool guy if you don't diss him. He seems to have become this especially after a hard-fought win against Carwin and losing his title to Velasquez.
** For all the bridges he's burned in his career (most notably with the WWE), he's done well to rebuild many of them, or keep himself from burning any more. He still praises the people who helped him get where he is today, and gives credit where it is due...unless you are [[ArchEnemy Frank Mir]].
** It's pretty much impossible to get an autograph from him outside a WWE/UFC event. He's been known to completely ignore fans who approach him in public, although he has repeatedly said that he is an intensely private person outside the ring, and has no tolerance for people bugging him when he's not working.
** According to reports, he personally thanked [[spoiler: The Undertaker after their WMXXX match; this after a long-standing feud between the two after Brock felt Taker was always reluctant to put him over.]]
* KnightOfCerebus: During his second WWE run.
* LightningBruiser:
** Lesnar is known for both his extreme size and and surprising quickness in the UFC. Seanbaby wrote in [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-5-greatest-revenge-matches-in-mma-history/ this article]]: "Brock Lesnar is a human cheat-code. He is 300 pounds of muscle and judging by the way he darts around, I don't think mass and inertia were properly explained to him." He also played this trope straight during his WWE career.
** Once during a replay on ''Raw'', he was shown standing in the ring, and then outside the ring attacking [[Wrestling/ThreeMB 3MB]], with ''no clipping''. The camera had just turned away from Brock for around a ''second'' and when it came back Brock was beating up 3MB on the floor.
*** To go into further detail, when only Wrestling/HeathSlater and Lesnar remained, Slater made a break for it. He scrambled to the outside on one side of the ring, and Lesnar quickly left the ring through the adjacent side of the ring, beat Slater to the spot where he was running, and still had time to set himself to execute a stiff, but safe, clothesline (again, all on live television with no camera tricks). He looked like a heat-seeking middle linebacker beating a halfback around the edge of the line of scrimmage. It's kinda hard to describe, [[http://youtu.be/17Eqvj7CrfQ?t=1m7s so just watch.]] And don't forget to pick your jaw up off the floor.
** A long time ago, EddieGuerrero proved that Brock was more of a GlassCannon, relying on his incredible offence to beat his opponent quickly, but if the match started dragging on he would run out of gas and be vulnerable to mistakes. That was in the past. Now he's ''learned''. Now he ''paces'' himself ''and'' dishes out suplexes like he's painting the floor with your face. And the instant you show any signs of a HeroicSecondWind, he will [[FinishingMove shut you down]] and [[GenreSavvy end the match]] without wasting any more time.
** And that aforementioned running out of gas? He can now deliver repeated suplexes to a 250-pound man and throw the guy around like he was made of putty for twenty minutes straight and have enough energy left in the tank to stuff all of his opponent's comebacks in seconds.
* LikesOlderWomen / MayDecemberRomance: His wife Rena (former wrestler Wrestling/{{Sable}}) is 10 years his senior.
* MadLibsCatchphrase: Played straight once, with his 2014 catchphrase "Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat." After ''[=WrestleMania=] XXX'', it became "Eat. Sleep. Break The Streak."
** Now it's become "Eat. Sleep. [[SuplexFinisher Suplex.]] Repeat.", and "Eat. Sleep. [[FinishingMove F5]]. Repeat.", and lastly, "Eat. Sleep. Conquer [[spoiler:JohnCena]]."
* MinnesotaNice: Averted.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: A lot of his matches against weaker opponents like Zach Gowen turn into this (also when he threw Gowen down a flight of stairs). But then he upped it [[UpToEleven to 11]] when he did it in his return match to John Cena, putting on such a vicious beatdown that even the usual split-for-Cena crowd started to [[TheWoobie rally behind John]] towards the end of the match.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney:
** Lesnar was always rather upfront about the fact that his true passion was football and his real dream was to play for the NFL, but he went to WWE because "that's where the money was." During his 2012 return, this was a major aspect of his character. His honesty is magnified in his autobiography, where he clearly states that he is a "business" man who will show up to work if the price is right, even if it is for one night of easy work (like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h78hSlgdt60 his first MMA fight]]).
** After April 6, 2014, this is now the reason Lesnar is coming under ferocious levels of X-Pac heat from fans all over the place, as they don't believe he deserved to be the one [[spoiler: to end the Streak]], due to the fact that he's got no love for the industry or the fans. His attitude of being in it only for the money was hyped up by Heyman on Raw the following night. Fans were ''not'' willing to forgive him for it. And probably aren't likely to ever do so. [[spoiler: No word on whether or not his relationship with Undertaker has worsened or not due to this, either, but given their apparent real life animosity, it's not hard to imagine that being the last nail in the coffin, preventing any kind of civility between them. Taker was (rightfully) very proud and protective of that Streak.]]
*** [[spoiler:To specify, the above spoiler-marked portion may be true in kayfabe, but in real life, it couldn't be further from. With regards to the animosity between Taker and Lesnar, it's safe to say that that's been quashed. Not only had Undertaker been pegging Brock to be the streak-ender since late 2010 (which may add a new dimension to the whole "wanna do it?" thing after Brock's loss to Cain Velasquez), but when Undertaker was driven to the hospital due to a severe concussion he suffered mid-match as Heyman mentioned in his WorkedShoot on TV the following night, not only did Wrestling/VinceMcMahon go with him, so did Lesnar and Heyman themselves, who left out this last detail on Raw for obvious reasons.]]
* PhraseCatcher: Wrestling/{{Tazz}} liked to shout "Here comes the pain!" whenever Lesnar made his entrance (and was later the subtitle for the fifth game in the ''[=SmackDown!=]'' series), as well as his [=DVD=].
* PowerStable: "Team Lesnar" with The Big Show, Matt Morgan, Albert and Nathan Jones, all managed by Paul Heyman, though the name was only used officially at ''Wrestling/SurvivorSeries 2003''. He also runs Death Clutch Gym, MMA camp for heavyweight fighters.
* PsychoForHire: A mercenary at heart who relishes in conquering things, dishing out pain, and getting paid in the process.
* TheQuietOne: He usually lets Wrestling/PaulHeyman do the talking for him.
* RatedMForManly: Especially in WWE.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Essentially, his gimmick during his return tour has been as an MMA fighter. He even seemed to trade in the F5 (which he had no problem doing, as he showed John Cena immediately) for the BoringButPractical Kimura lock.
* RedBaron: The Next Big Thing, The Anomaly, The Beast Incarnate, The Conqueror, The Carnivore, The Human Cheat-Code, [[spoiler:[[HeroKiller The Conqueror of The Streak]], [[DefeatingTheUndefeatable The One in 21-1]]]]
* [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun Remember When You Beat Undertaker at [=WrestleMania=]?:]] "Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Paul Heyman, and I am the one behind the one in 21-1. I earned that distinction when my client, '''''[[LargeHam BRRRRRROCK]] [[ChewingTheScenery LESSSSSSSNAR!]]''''' ... conquered The Undertaker's undefeated streak at ''[=WrestleMania=]!"'' He repeats this monologue, more or less word-for-word, so often that the crowd has memorized it enough to say at least half of it at the same time as Heyman does. It's also ''always'' the first thing he says when he opens a promo, ever since the aforementioned win by Brock Lesnar over Undertaker.
* RoguesGallery: In his initial WWE run he had constantly clashed with Wrestling/KurtAngle, The Big Show, John Cena, Wrestling/ChrisBenoit and Wrestling/TheUndertaker.
* RuleOfSymbolism: '''16''' suplexes seems like a rather odd number to hit someone with...unless you remember that the record for most World Championship reigns is 16, held by RicFlair; a record JohnCena is one short of tying with 15 title victories, and whom, if Brock has anything to say about it, won't be getting that sixteenth championship.
* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: Ironically, WWE had originally gone to the University of Minnesota to sign Lesnar's teammate Shelton Benjamin, not Lesnar himself.
* ShoutOut: His TagTeam in WWE's developmental program OVW with [[Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam Shelton Benjamin]] was called the Minnesota Stretching Crew, based on the old school team the Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene[=/=]Lars[=/=]Ole[=/=]Arn Andersons).
* SlasherSmile: [[http://i.minus.com/i648CT6dmecp6.gif Sported one]] during his [[CurbStompBattle "match"]], with John Cena at Summerslam '14, even emulating the Undertaker's signature sit-up taunt.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Well, more like Big Name Bigger Ego, but this is pretty much his gimmick since his 2012 WWE return i.e. the inherent belief that he should be waited upon hand and foot and have everything handed to him right when he asks.
* SmugSuper: Lesnar can kick anyone's ass six ways from Sunday and has the arrogance and bravado to show for it.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Between his "Conqueror" tagline and the time he tried to make Monday Night Raw "Starring Brock Lesnar", he's as close as a part-time wrestler is gonna get to making this trope a goal. Heyman even once described Lesnar as a modern-day Alexander The Great, sitting on a rock and weeping, because he had [[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball no]] [[{{UsefulNotes/NCAA}} worlds]] [[{{Wrestling/WWE}} left]] [[UsefulNotes/UltimateFightingChampionship to conquer.]]
* TakeThatAudience: After his underwhelming ''[=WrestleMania=] XX'' match with Goldberg, Lesnar gave the MSG crowd [[FlippingTheBird a one finger salute]] for the X-Pac heat[[note]]they were mocking Lesnar because was leaving for the NFL[[/note]] they gave him (and Goldberg) earlier.
* UnderwearOfPower: In his initial WWE run. Since his WWE return, he is seen wearing an MMA gear (Shorts and FingerlessGloves) with boots during his first match.
* VocalDissonance: Not so much when he speaks (although his voice is maybe a tad higher than one would expect from a testosterone-fueled musclehead) but whenever he tries to yell. The screeching tires sound that issues from his throat has become the stuff of [[MemeticMutation memetic legend.]]
* WeaksauceWeakness:
** Lesnar doesn't react well to getting punched in the face. Note that he is never knocked down or knocked out (he took a freakish amount of punishment in his fight with [[GeniusBruiser Shane Carwin]]), but when someone gets through and lands a hit he tends to backpedal away.
** Came into play in his return match at ''Extreme Rules 2012'' when Cena [[spoiler: manage to overcome a then-CurbStompBattle with a shot to the face of a leaping Lesnar with his chain wrapped around his fist, which stunned Lesnar enough to allow Cena to get the AA on the steel steps for the improbable, even by his standards, win.]]
** Came up ''again'' during his match with Triple H at ''[=SummerSlam=]''. While not as one sided as his match with Cena, he was dominating for most of the brawl until Triple H managed to get a hard strike on his stomach[[note]] Brock suffers from diverticulitis, which causes intestinal and stomach problems[[/note]] at which point Brock promptly doubled over in pain and was staggering for the rest of the match.
* WorkedShoot:
** His confrontation with The Undertaker at UFC 116. It never lead anywhere, as there is simply no way Dana White would let Lesnar appear for any other fighting or pseudo-fighting organization while he's still under UFC contract.
** [[spoiler:Ironically, the two would have a completely unrelated one-month feud in his WWE return resulting in Brock '''[[DefeatingTheUndefeatable breaking]] [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu the]] [[HeroKiller streak]] [[CueTheFlyingPigs cleanly]]''', and Heyman throwing on a WorkedShoot the following night in which he verbally showed up everyone from both [[TakeThatAudience the fans]] and [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer the industry]] who did not like Lesnar's victory while simultaneously convincing them to hate it even more.]]
* WouldHitAGirl: After a confrontation with [[Wrestling/GregoryHelms The Hurricane]] early in his career, Lesnar found himself face-to-face with The Hurricane's sidekick, [[Wrestling/MollyHolly Mighty Molly]]. He didn't hesitate to blast her with a clothesline that would have easily floored any male wrestler.
* WrestlingMonster: Less out-there than most of them, but there isn't really any other way to justify the way he completely [[NoSell no-sold]] weapons used by, among others, [[Wrestling/MattHardy the]] [[Wrestling/JeffHardy Hardyz]] during his rampages. An especially notable case in that he doesn't have any Halloween or otherwise gimmicky effects to his character: his sheer physical prowess and attitude alone causes this trope.
* YouAreAlreadyDead: In his fight against Alistair Overeem, he provided a great example of this reaction. He got hit with a thunderous kick to the liver, [[NoSell took two steps back]] [[OneHitKill and then doubled over in pain, unable to continue.]] To anyone unfamiliar with the physiology, this might have looked suspicious, but fighters who have taken clean shots to the liver say that it ''does'' take a second or two for the pain and shock to register. At that point, according to former UFC fighter Scott Smith, "You feel like you're gonna die."
* [[YouKillItYouBoughtIt You Beat Him At [=WrestleMania=], You Bought It:]] Prior to ''[=WrestleMania=] XXX'', everyone from commentators to managers to fellow wrestlers to the Deadman himself commonly referred to Undertaker as, in some form or another, the most dangerous wrestler in WWE history. Since defeating him at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', Brock Lesnar appears to have taken that title.
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