If you didn't know that Brock Lesnar was one of the best pure fighters in the history of the WWE, then you clearly have never seen a Paul Heyman promo.
His aggression and fighting ability is world renowned and over the years has seen him find success in the NCAA, WWE and UFC.
Where it all began
The origins of Lesnar in the WWE are pretty simple, in his rookie year, he won the Royal Rumble, had a headline match at WrestleMania and of course defeated the Rock for the WWE Championship.
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He is considered one of the best of all time and he has barely ever made a promo on his own.
His performances at No Mercy in 2002 against the Undertaker and at Summer Slam in 2014 against John Cena will go down as two of the most memorable of all time.
Although Lesnar is currently the most popular performer in the eyes of the fans, one story has emerged which shows that he wasn't always a friendly face.
Coming from former WWE Developmental manager Kenny Bolin, a very disturbing story has emerged that certainly doesn't put Lesnar in a positive light.
The story goes, Bolin was very close with Lesnar's fiancée many years ago and was in a friendly relationship with her where they would often hug each other and share a kiss on the cheek.
One night due to the fact that Bolin was very sweaty following a show, he blew a kiss over to her and that enraged the Beast.
"You ever touch her again and I will f–king kill you. I said, “Alright Brock, point made.” - The moment Lesnar showed who he was
The situation was only diffused when Lesnar put his hands on Bolin prompting Bolin's daughter to get help in the form of Sylvester Terkey.
It is a story that gives a bit of a background to the rookie who took the WWE by storm in 2002 and that background is not a good one.
Of course it is possible that the story could be put down to Lesnar being a hot headed younger man and that he may be a very different person now.