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THE POWER OF THE PIN - Feb 12, 2023: "It's Open Mic Night with... BROCK LESNAR !!!"

Updated: Apr 1

Since becoming a country & western babyface, Brock Lesnar has been mixing a whole lot more down home humor with his promos and overall demeanor

By Ryan K Boman - 02.12.2023

Something has gotten into Brock Lesnar lately, and it appears to be laughing gas.

The Beast Incarnate has long been known for laying waste to his opponents. His path of destruction has been rolling along for over 20 years now in WWE, save for a little while, when he stepped away to fight in the octagon and try out for the NFL. Otherwise, he's been the most dominant force in the promotion. The process, he's also become a household name, appearing in advertising and on talk shows.

To say that Lesnar is a cyborg of the squared circle would be an understatement. And he's essentially been that way from birth, competing all the way through the University of Minnesota and Ohio Valley Wrestling before moving on to unprecedented success in WWE.

The 6' 3", 280-pound powerhouse swept through his amateur competition, going 106-5 in his career and winning the 2000 NCAA National Title in the heavyweight division. A little over two years later, he would be WWE Undisputed Champion... at the age of 25

He was a prototype. A machine built in a laboratory. A real-life Terminator.

Brock Lesnar is genuinely one of the most remarkable athletes to have graced the pro wrestling ring. That's why he's been pushed and coddled all at the same time for most of his career. He very publicly did whatever he wanted - when he wanted - and didn't care what else thought about it. It turned a lot of fans off, but it didn't really matter for The Beast Incarnate. He was printing money, every time he barely even peeked through the curtain.

All at the same time, Lesnar was stoic, stone-faced, and went about his business. There was no time for mirth or messing around. It was all about breaking bones and handling business.

But now, he seems to have turned his frown upside down. All of a sudden, Brock has bumped his funny bone

After a long career of being more serious than Lance Storm, this unstoppable monster has gotten a case of the giggles. Now portraying a jovial cowboy character, the man from the backwoods is mixing dow