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How Brock Lesnar’s height, weight and size affects his fighting style


We take a look at Brock Lesnar's fighting style over the years and how it is influenced by his height, weight and size

Brock Lesnar is one of the most formidable opponents in pro wrestling and MMA

Brock Lesnar is often regarded as the most dominant athlete in pro wrestling having won the NCAA Division I Heavyweight Championship, WWE World Championship as well the UFC Heavyweight and IWGP Heavyweight Championships in a course of only sixteen years. Brock Lesnar's’ height is 6 ft. and 3 inches and the Beast measures at about 286 lbs or 130 kg and can bench press over 600 lbs and squat 1000 lbs.

His size and strength make a lot of difference in the ring as well as in the octagon allowing him to lift his opponents without much effort as well as mount them while on the ground before performing his trademark poundings with his elbows and fists.

Also read: Brock Lesnar’s tattoos – what do they signify? 

The Mayor of Suplex City

Brock Lesnar performing his signature F5 on Roman Reigns

It is no secret that Lesnar likes to lift his opponents whether he is performing one of the many forms of suplexes he has mastered over the years or his signature move, the F5. The Superstar likes to have his opponents sent to Suplex City, only to be welcomed by the agonising pain of being thrown around the ring like a ragdoll.

Brock Lesnar can pick up and throw around any known Superstar be it the Big Show or the Great Khali without much effort and this sets him apart from most others in the WWE roster in a big way.

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