Facts of Brock Lesnar
|Full Name||Brock Lesnar|
|Birth Name||Brock Edward Lesnar|
|Other Name||The Beast,The Conqueror,The Beast Incarnate|
|Profession||Pro-Wrestler and former UFC fighter|
|Birth City||Webster, South Dakota|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Richard Lesnar|
|Mother Name||Stephanie Lesnar|
|Date of Birth||July 12,1977|
How Much Is WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar's Net Worth?
Brock Lesnar, an American professional wrestler and former MMA fighter is professional since 2000 and has earned huge fame and fortune with successful career journey. Currently signed to Raw of WWE, Lesnar is the current and 3 times Universal Champion (2017, 2018 & 2019).
As of 2019, Brock owns the net worth $28 million; the credit goes to his income from WWE career and formerly from UFC.
The 4 times WWE Champion also hold quite impressive records on with fights in UFC, with 5 wins (2 via Knockout) out of 9. Meanwhile, he is the highest-paid wrestler with an annual salary of $12 million.
Net Worth Details: Income Sources & Earnings
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Lesnar has an estimated net worth of $28 million as of July 2019. The major source of his income is WWE career as well as UFC career.
Professional for nearly 2 decades, Brock Lesnar gained wide fame and fortune from his WWE career and (former) UFC career. Starting his career as an amateur wrestler, Lesnar signed with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in 2000.
In 2002, Lesnar became the youngest WWE Champion at the age of 25. Moreover, he also won the 2003 Royal Rumble.
Later in 2006, he pursued the career in Mixed Martial Artis (MMA) and fought for Hero's, followed by his signing with UFC in October 2006. As reported, with his UFC bout, Lesnar earned the career prize money of $5.295 million.
After 8-year hiatus, Brock Lesner returned to pro-wrestling in April 2012 and began working in WWE's Raw brand.
Till date, he has earned notable acclaims in the WWE:
- 4-times WWE Champion
- 3-times WWE Universal Champion
In addition to that, Brock Lesnar defeated The Undertaker (real name Mark William Calaway) at WrestleMania XXX to end his undefeated streak at WrestleMania.
Back in 2018, Lesnar earned the salary of $6.5 million per year in WWE and now is the highest-paid wrestler with a salary of $12 million in 2019.
His earnings from WWE is followed by John Cena with a salary of $8.5 million and Roman Reigns earning $5 million.
As reported, back on June 9, 2016, he made brief UFC comeback and fought against Mark Hunt, resulting NC (overturned). Well, he got the prize money of $2.255 million prize money including $5,000 Reebok sponsorship.
Earnings From UFC Fights
|Dynamite!! USA (June 2, 2007)||Min-Soo Kim||Win||$170,000|
|UFC 81 (February 2, 2008)||Frank Mir||Loss||$250,000|
|UFC 87 (August 9, 2008)||Heath Herring||Win||$450,000 ($250,000 for show & $200,000 as win bonus)|
|UFC 91 (November 15, 2008)||Randy Couture||Win||$450,000 ($250,000 for show & $200,000 as win bonus)|
|UFC 100 (July 11, 2009)||Frank Mir||Win||$400,000|
|UFC 116 (July 3, 2010)||Shane Carwin||Win||$475,000 ($400,000 to Show & $75,000 Submission of the Night bonus|
|UFC 121 (October 23, 2010)||Cain Velasquez||Loss||$400,000|
|UFC 141 (December 10, 2011)||Alistair Overeem||Loss||$400,000|
|UFC 200 (June 9, 2016)||Mark Hunt||NC (No Contest)||$2,255,000 ($2,500,000 for fight, $250,000 fine for failed drug test, $5,000 Reebok sponsorship)|
Endorsements & Charity Works
No reports on Brock Lesnar's endorsement detail is out, but while in UFC, had sponsorships with Reebok. Well, the famous WWE figure does lure brands for endorsements and earns hundreds of thousand dollars from sponsorships.
As reported, Lesnar also earns through merch sales and take 5% of its merch sales.
Unlike other celebrities, Lesnar is active in low-key charity works and has participated in fundraising events.
Assets, House, Cars, Lifestyle & Expenses
Sources cite Brock Lesner's family lives in Maryfield, Saskatchewan, Canada, though the worth of his residence is yet to be out. The median house price in Canada is around $472,000; the most expensive being in Vancouver, British Columbia costing $1.092 million.
Previously Brock Lesnar owned property in Maple Plain, Minnesota. In June 2014, he listed the house featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 home offices and a barn asking $799,000, later that year, it was sold for $750,000.
As reported, the Minnesota asset had been in the market in 2009 and in 2010 for $1.499 million and $999,000 respectively.
Some online source claim that Brock Lesnar owns another house in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Well, the millionaire pro-wrestler is fond of luxury cars and owns an impressive collection including Bentley Continental GT, Porsche, Audi Q7, BMW, and Chevrolet.
Back in 2015, during his storyline on-going feud with Seth Rollins and J & J Security, Lesnar destroyed J & J's Cadillac worth around $30,000 which Rollins had gifted.
With a massive fortune, Brock Lesnar lives a lavish lifestyle; apart from expenses on costly assets, he spends on travels, daily life luxury and accommodations.
Tax Payments & Insurance
Since Lesnar lives in the United States, the WWE star becomes liable to the nation's tax policy: property and income tax.
Well, a house in the United States calls on 0-4% of its assessed value as property tax along with yearly insurance premium of $1,000.
Brock Lesnar's house in Canada seeks 0.24% of the property's value as tax. On the other hand, he has to pay $4.846 million as income tax upon the yearly revenue of $10 million.
Brock Lesnar's Personal Life: Age, Height, Family, Education, Wife, Daughter & Relationship
Brock Lesnar was born Brock Edward Lesnar on July 12, 1977, in Webster, South Dakota, the USA, to Stephanie and Richard Lesnar. After working in WWE, he gained the nickname The Beast.
He grew up in his parents' dairy farm in Webster alongside elder brothers Troy and Chad and a younger sister Brandi.
Lesner attended Webster High School and competed in amateur wrestling. Having formerly worked at Army National Guard at the age of 17, Brock later enrolled at Bismarck State College where he won National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) heavyweight wrestling championship.
Following his transfer to the University of Minnesota on scholarship, the future-WWE superstar recorded a 106–5 overall in amateur wrestling; his achievements include NJCAA All-American, the 1998 NJCAA Heavyweight Champion, two-time NCAA All-American, and 2000 NCAA Heavyweight Champion.
Well, Brock Lesnar holds American nationality and is of white ethnicity. As of July 2019, Lesnar's age is 42 and has a height of 6 ft. 3 inches (191 cm).
Who Is Brock Lesnar's Wife? His Relationship & Children
The WWE pro-wrestler is a happily married man and enjoys a blissful relationship with his girlfriend-turned-wife Rena Marlette Lesnar, an American model, and retired wrestler.
Brock Lesnar and Rena began dating in early 2004 and announced their engagement in August 2004. Later, they married on May 6, 2006.
The couple shares 2 children together, both sons: Turk (born in 2009) and Duke (born in 2010).
For a fact, prior to Rena, Lesnar was engaged to his then-fiancee
Nicole McClain and became the father of a daughter named Mya Lynn and a son named Luke.
In addition to that, Brock Lesnar is the step-father to Mariah, Rena's daughter from her first husband (late) Wayne W. Richardson.
Did you know? Lesnar's wife Rena Marlette was married 2 times prior to the WWE star. She was in a martial relationship with Wayne W. Richardson (1986-1991 until his death) and former boxer Marc Mero (1994-2004).