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Jul 5, 2010
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Brock Lesnar, the 6-foot-3-inch ogre of a man, was called “The Next Big Thing” in the early days of his career with the WWE. Now with the UFC, we’d like to give Lesnar a new nickname: “The Biggest Thing.”



Ok, so it’s not as catchy, but let’s give Lesnar the spotlight and the credit for now. The man defeated a powerful contender in Shane Carwin last Sunday, July 4, and now has unified the heavyweight titles.

Lesnar is once again the Undisputed UFC Heavyweight Champion, and this is after a year-long bout with serious illnesses that have been the cause of match delays. How’s that for big? So, in honor of his latest victory, let’s take a look back at the biggest moments of Lesnar’s career.

Lesnar the king
Brock Lesnar has always been a physical specimen, and it didn’t take long before he literally, became the  king of the ring.

That was in 2002, when he defeated Rob Van Dam, who in all fairness to him, is like half the man that Lesnar is, at least in physical terms. But hey, this is WWE, and as far as entertainment value is concerned, this one’s all gooood.



Next: At the Royal Rumble 2003


WORDS:  GELO GONZALES

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