Home / WWE / Brock Lesnar Announced As Honorary Coach For University Of Minnesota Wrestling Team’s “Brock Party”

Brock Lesnar Announced As Honorary Coach For University Of Minnesota Wrestling Team’s “Brock Party”

The University Of Minnesota Wrestling Team called The Gophers recently took to Twitter and announced that WWE Champion and Minnesota’s own Brock Lesnar will appear as their Honorary Coach while they celebrate The 20th Anniversary of his 2000 NCAA Heavyweight Title.

This coming Friday at The Minnesota Sports Pavilion in Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Gophers will be having their Big Ten Opener against Wisconsin and Brock Lesnar was named as their Honorary Coach.

You can check out The University Of Minnesota’s announcement below along with other tweets related to the matter:

Brock Lesnar Returns To Minneapolis

International Superstar Brock Lesnar has been named as an Honorary Gophers Coach for the team’s Big Ten Opener against Wisconsin on Friday January 10th, 2020 as the program celebrates The 20th Anniversary of his NCAA Championship.

The 2000 NCAA National Champion will be honored during the dual as he celebrates the anniversary of his 3-2 victory over Iowa’s Wes Hand in sudden victory. Plus, all kids in eighth-grade and below will get the opportunity to take a group photo with the legend.

Lesnar, a two-time NCAA Finalist in Maroon and Gold, is now known worldwide for as a WWE & UFC Champion.

In his two seasons with Minnesota, Lesnar racked up a 55-3 record and 23 pins. From Nov. 16th, 1999 through February 18th, 2000 he won 23 straight bouts.

After graduation, The South Dakota native moved on to The WWE where he grew into stardom. “The Beast” has the most reigns (three) and days (688) as WWE Universal Champion in history.

Lesnar then found immediate success in mixed martial arts as he became The UFC Heavyweight Champion at UFC 91 on Nov. 15th, 2008. Once again Lesnar would hold onto the belt for an extended duration, this time for 707 days with a pair of title defenses.

Lesnar has returned to Minneapolis several times in the past few years to teach, mentor, and even wrestle the next generation of Gophers.

Not only is Lesnar’s return exciting, but the Gophers dual against the Badgers is deserving on it’s own. The rivalry match-up features seven top-ten wrestlers including four bouts between ranked competitors.

Check Also

SmackDown Review - Wrestling Examiner

WWE SmackDown Review 5/29 – Likes & Dislikes

Whoa! That was a little bit different. This week’s edition of SmackDown on Fox once …

WWE SmackDown Results & Highlights (5-29) - Wrestling Examiner

WWE SmackDown Results & Highlights (5/29)

The May 29th episode of WWE SmackDown aired on FOX, live from the WWE Performance …

Powered by themekiller.com watchanimeonline.co