Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar: 2022 Biography, Net Worth, Family, Income

Brock Lesnar is one of the most famous WWE stars on the planet. Lesnar signed his first WWE contract in 2000 following a stellar amateur wrestling career.

The would-be World Champion ended his collegiate career as NCAA Division 1 Heavyweight Champion, with an overall college record of 106-5. Lesnar was also a two-time NCAA All-American and two-time NJCAA All-American.

After signing with WWE Lesnar was sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling where he quickly impressed with his power and freakish athleticism. Two years later he arrived on Monday Night Raw and pinned The Rock (Dwayne Johnson) to become the WWE Undisputed Champion at SummerSlam on August 25th 2002. In the process Lesnar became the youngest-ever WWE Champion.

This set Lesnar on a journey to the very top of WWE via a stint in the UFC where he became Heavyweight Champion, and an attempt to launch a career in the NFL.

In more recent years The Beast is most well known for ending The Undertaker’s legendary WrestleMania streak and his long-running feud with Roman Reigns. In 2022 alone, Lesnar won the Royal Rumble Match became WWE Champion for a seventh time and main evented WrestleMania along with Roman Reigns.

Net Worth

As of August 2022 Brock Lesnar has an estimated net worth of of approximately $25 million.


Brock Lesnar is married to former WWE Superstar Sable (Rena Greek) and the couple of have two children together. Turk, born in 2009 and Duke, born in 2010. The couple married back in 2006. Lesnar also has twins from a previous relationship who were born in 2002 named Mya Lynn and Luke.


Despite not being a full-time performer, Brock Lesnar’s WWE contract is believed to be worth $5 million per year. Interestingly this doesn’t include any earnings from merchandise sales and pay-per-view (Premium Live Event) bonuses.

UFC Record

Brock Lesnar made his UFC debut in February 2008 against former UFC Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir. Despite being defeated, Lesnar signed a longer-term contract with UFC and quickly rose to title contention, and won the Heavyweight Championship by defeating Randy Couture at UFC 91.

The Beast went on to unify the Heavyweight Championship before losing the gold to Cain Velasquez at UFC 121. Lesnar didn’t return to action for just over a year where he lost out again, this time to Alistair Overeem.

His most recent UFC outing came in 2016 where he saw off Mark Hunt. However, the match was later declared a no contest after Lesnar tested positive for a banned substance.

Brock Lesnar finished his mixed martial arts and UFC career with a record of 5-3-1.

WWE Record

According to since beginning his career in 2000 Brock Lesnar has competed in 427 matches, with 309 wins, 110 losses with just 8 draws. That means that The Beast Incarnate has won a staggering 72.4% of all the matches he has ever contested.

Figures correct as of October 19th 2022.

WWE Career

  • WWE Champion – 7 times
  • Universal Champion – 3 times
  • King of the Ring – 2002
  • Royal Rumble -2002, 2022
  • Money in the Bank – 2019


As is the case with numerous WWE Superstars, Brock Lesnar has worked alongside the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

BirthdayJuly 12th
Height6ft 3in
Marital StatusMarried
ResidencyMaryfield, Saskatchewan
Total Matches427
Matches Won309
Matches Lost110
World Championships10
Annual Salary$5 Million
Net Worth$25 Million
EndorsementsDynamite Nutrition, DeathClutch

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