Brock Lesnar Net Worth: Profile, Career, Age, Wife, Daughter, Achievements, How Rich is he in 2024?

The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar Net Worth: Profile, Career, Age, Wife, Daughter, Achievements, How Rich is he in 2024?

Brock Lesnar Net Worth: Profile, Career, Age, Wife, Daughter, Achievements, How Rich is he in 2024?

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The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar Profile, Age, Net Worth, WWE, UFC, NFL, Wife, Daughter, Achievements, How Rich is he in 2024?

Brock Lesnar background

Brock Lesnar is an American athlete and professional wrestler, currently signed to the WWE.

"The Beast Incarnate" has achieved a lot in several combat sports and remains the only person to hold major championships in WWE, UFC, and collegiate wrestling.

Brock Lesnar Profile

Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 39 (Credit: Imago)

Full name: Brock Edward Lesnar 

Date of birth: July 12, 1977 

Age: 47 years of age (as of July 2024) 

Place of birth: Webster, South Dakota, United States

Nationality: American 

Height: 6 feet 3 inches or 191 centimetres

Weight: 266 pounds or 120 kilograms

Parents: Richard and Stephanie

Siblings: Troy, Chad and Brandy Nichol Lesnar

Wife: Rena Greek aka Sable

Daughter: Mya Lynn Lesnar

Education: Webster High School, Bismarck State College, University of Minnesota 

Occupation: Professional wrestler and former mixed martial artist

Division: Heavyweight

Active years: Wrestling (2000-2007, 2012-present), MMA (2007-2011 and 2016), American Football (2004)

Net worth: $25 million

How old is Brock Lesnar? (Brock Lesnar Age)

Brock Lesnar is 47 years old as of July 2024. 

Brock Lesnar Height

Brock Lesnar is billed at 6 feet 3 inches tall or 1.91 metres.

Brock Lesnar Weight

While the WWE bills Brock Lesnar at 266 pounds or 120 kilograms, his estimated weight is said to be around 265-270 pounds — 120-122 kilograms. The UFC lists Lesnar's weight as 265.5 pounds (120 kilograms).

Brock Lesnar Profile

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Brock Lesnar on Monday Night Raw in March 2023 (Credit: Imago)

Having displayed his athletic talent in high school and college, Brock Lesnar signed a developmental deal with the WWE (then World Wrestling Federation, WWF) in 2000 and made his official in-ring debut two years later. 

Even though his aggressive style and talent were unmistakable, it was still a surprise that he beat The Rock at SummerSlam in August 2002 to claim the WWE Undisputed Champion and become the youngest WWE Champion at age 25 just 126 days after debuting on March 18, 2002 — a record at that time.

Despite feuding with legendary wrestlers including the aforementioned Brahma Bull, Hulk Hogan and The Undertaker, the main event star left the WWE in 2004 to chase his ambition of playing football professionally.

While injuries sustained in a bike accident ultimately saw Lesnar cut by the Minnesota Vikings in 2004, he transitioned into Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), signing with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) — the leading MMA Organisation — in 2007 where his wrestling background saw him overpower his opponents, culminating in capturing the UFC Heavyweight Championship in 2008 after beating Randy Couture.

After successful title defences against Shane Carwin and former champion Frank Mir, defeating the latter in a title unification fight at UFC 100 in 2009, "the Beast Incarnate” lost the title to Cain Velasquez in 2010, as Lesnar battled health concerns. 

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Brock Lesnar celebrates after winning the UFC Heavyweight title unification bout against Frank Mir (Credit: Imago)

The Beast's 2011 return was short-lived as he lost to Dutch kickboxer Alistair Overeem, resulting in his retirement, and a return to the WWE followed the next year. 

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Brock Lesnar (right) against Alistair Overeem during a heavyweight bout at UFC 141 (Credit: Imago)

Lesnar was back with the promotion on Monday Night Raw after WrestleMania 28, attacking John Cena and beginning a feud with the Cenation leader in 2012.

A second spell with the WWE saw the Beast end The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania XXX in 2014 after 21 victories for the Deadman — who lost again to Roman Reigns three years later — defeat John Cena to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, have a year-long Universal Championship reign (504 days) as well as shorter reigns before seemingly retiring only to return in 2021.

His feud with Roman Reigns before his ongoing hiatus caught the eye, with the Head of the Table winning at Crown Jewel in October 2021, beating Lesnar at WrestleMania 38 in a title unification battle — after the Beast won the WWE Championship at Elimination Chamber in the lead-up to the Show of Shows — in April 2021, and finally in a Last Man Standing match at SummerSlam in July 2022, ending their feud. 

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Roman Reigns lands a superman punch on Brock Lesnar during their championship unification fight at WrestleMania 38 (Credit: Imago)

Further shorter feuds with Bobby Lashley, Omos and Cody Rhodes have followed in the intervening years before another hiatus reportedly related to a sexual trafficking scandal.

Brock Lesnar WWE

Since his 2002 debut, Brock Lesnar has had an astonishing WWE career marked by dominance, unforgettable moments, and numerous championship victories, remarkably winning the WWE Championship within just one year (126 days specifically) after his debut.

Lesnar engaged in memorable feuds with wrestling icons such as The Rock, Hulk Hogan, and The Undertaker, helping to solidify his place in WWE history, and his fearsome F-5 slam and relentless brawling style led to him being famously known as "The Beast Incarnate”. 

Countless notable moments have occurred, including Lesnar's historic end to The Undertaker's legendary WrestleMania undefeated streak at WrestleMania 30.

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Brock Lesnar ended The Undertaker's 21-0 WrestleMania streak at WrestleMania 30 (Credit: Imago)

Lesnar is a seven-time WWE Champion and a three-time Universal Champion, with his most extended reign with the Universal Championship lasting an impressive 504 days. 

Brock Lesnar NFL

Brock Lesnar left the WWE in 2004 to pursue a career in the NFL, and a commendable showing in the NFL Combine gave him a shot at the Minnesota Vikings. 

However, injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in April 2004 meant he was in bad shape during preseason with the Vikings in July of the same year. 

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Brock Lesnar (scuffling at the bottom of the pile) was given a brief shot at a career in the NFL (Credit: Imago)

A dip in his performance saw Lesnar released and choosing not to take the opportunity to play abroad meant his NFL career never got off the ground.

 Brock Lesnar UFC record

Brock Lesnar's UFC record reads five wins, three losses and one no-contest, the latter decision reached after Lesnar failed a drug test following a one-off match against Mark Hunt in mid-2016. The Beast had won the battle but the outcome was ultimately overturned. 

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Brock Lesnar won five UFC bouts in his MMA career (Credit: Imago)

Brock Lesnar Championships and Achievements


National Collegiate Athletic Association

  • NCAA Division I All-American (2 times)

  • NCAA Division I Heavyweight Champion (1 time)

  • Big Ten Conference Champion (2 times)

National Junior College Athletic Association

  • NJCAA All-American (2 times)

  • NJCAA Heavyweight Champion (1 time)

  • North Dakota State University Bison Tournament Champion (2 times)


Professional Wrestling

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Former Raw WWE Champion Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38 (Credit: Imago)

Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) (developmental territory for WWE)

  • OVW Southern Tag Team Championship (3 times): (all reigns with Shelton Benjamin)

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)

  • WWE Championship (7 times)

  • WWE Universal Championship (3 times)

  • King of the Ring

  • Men's Money in the Bank

  • Royal Rumble (2 times) 

New Japan Pro-Wrestling

  • IWGP Heavyweight Championship

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)

  • UFC Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Brock Lesnar wife

Brock Lesnar's wife is Rena Greek, a professional wrestler better known as Sable. They have been married since 2006.

Brock Lesnar wife
Brock Lesnar's wife, Sable, pictured in 2016 (Credit: @sablewwe/Instagram)

Brock Lesnar daughter

Brock Lesnar and former fiancée Nicole McClain, had twins in 2002 and their daughter was named Mya Lynn. 

Mya Lynn Lesnar, born April 10, 2002, is a track and field athlete, excelling especially in the shot put, and the 22-year-old claimed an NCAA Indoor Championships in March 2024, emerging victorious in the competition with a throw of 18.53 metres. 

Brock Lesnar son

Mya Lynn’s twin brother — Luke — is the son of WWE and former UFC star Brock Lesnar, whom he had from his previous relationship with Nicole McClain. He is an ice hockey athlete, said to have won three state Championships in Minnesota. 

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Brock Lesnar's son, Luke, is Mya Lynn's twin brother (Credit: Sportskeeda)

Lesnar has two sons with his current partner, Sable, Turk and Duke. 

Brock Lesnar Net worth

According to Wealthy Gorilla, Brock Lesnar's net worth is $25 million, with a reported $12 million salary from the WWE, an estimated $5 million from the UFC and partnerships with brands like Dymatize Nutrition and Jimmy John's contributing to his net worth.