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Brock Lesnar Young Pictures: What did the Beast Incarnate look like?

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Brock Lesnar is one of the most popular athletes in the world. He has achieved great success in both WWE and UFC, and his fans are passionate about him. Brock is a physical specimen, and he has changed his appearance quite a bit over the years.

In this article, we will take a look at Brock’s early years and see what he looked like before he became “The Beast Incarnate.”

Brock Lesnar was born on July 12, 1977, in Webster, South Dakota. He grew up on a dairy farm with his parents and three siblings.

Brock was a natural athlete, and he excelled in sports like wrestling and football. In high school, Brock was a two-time state champion wrestler.

After graduating from high school, Brock attended college at Minnesota State University-Moorhead. He continued to wrestle, and he eventually became the NCAA Division II heavyweight wrestling champion. Lesnar then decided to pursue a career in professional wrestling.

Here is some images of what the WWE and UFC legend looked like when he was younger:

Brock Lesnar through-the-ages from angelic kid, to high-school wrestling  champ and hulking WWE legend
Brock Lesnar in High School
Young Brock Lesnar Wrestling (BeastMode) - YouTube
Brock Lesnar Amateur Wrestling

What did Brock Lesnar look like when he was young?

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