Brock Lesnar made a thunderous debut in the WWE in 2002, quickly becoming a dominant force in the ring. His raw power, exceptional athleticism, and indomitable spirit earned him the moniker of “The Next Big Thing.” Lesnar’s rise to the top was swift, as he challenged The Rock for the WWE Championship at SummerSlam 2002, setting a record as the youngest World Champion.
Lesnar, known as the Beast Incarnate, demonstrated his supremacy in the ring with his signature move, the F5. This awe-inspiring feat of strength has become synonymous with Lesnar, striking fear into the hearts of opponents and cementing his place as one of the greatest powerhouses in sports entertainment history. The F5, a testament to Lesnar’s unparalleled might and athletic ability, serves as the ultimate conclusion to his reign of terror in the WWE universe.
Speaking to Sports Illustrated, Daniel Cormier said:
“I’m going to WrestleMania,” says Cormier. “The first week of April for ESPN, I’ll be leading the coverage for WrestleMania. I’m so excited about it.”
“I’m getting more opportunities for ESPN, and I’m so thankful for that,” says Cormier. “So I’ll be at WrestleMania, just in a different capacity, and we’ll see what the future holds down the line.
“If Brock steps in my way?” Cormier asks with a laugh. “I’ll smack him upside his head.”