Brock Lesnar has probably done more in his WWE career than multiple stars combined, his list of achievements continue to grow, and it shows just how unique of an individual he is.
He’s even branched out to other sports and conquered whatever he had to, before coming back and finishing off what he had started.
FIVE RANDOM ACHIEVEMENTS
He’s been the youngest WWE Champion and fought in some incredible matches over the years including a victory over The Undertaker at WrestleMania XXX.
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So while it may seem The Beast Incarnate has done it all, the WWE YouTube channel have revealed that there are actually five random things Lesnar is yet to accomplish.
Lesnar may have been in the WWE for well over a decade, on and off, but he’s yet to compete in a single ladder match.
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Most of Lesnar’s brutal matches in the past have seen him go the limit inside of a Hell in a Cell, and most recently we tend to see no holds barred matches which result in a bloodbath, so perhaps he doesn’t even need to compete in one.
Who knows whether he desires to participate in one? He can definitely cause damage with one, and it’d be a sight to see with The Beast ascending a ladder to snatch down a championship, or a briefcase.
TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Although Lesnar has enjoyed tremendous success as a singles star, he’s still managed to compete in some high-profile tag team matches alongside The Undertaker, Shelton Benjamin and even John Cena.
It’ll never happen, but Lesnar has never fought for the tag team championships in his career. The same can be said for the other titles in the company, and it’s obvious that he’s never needed to be in the picture for any of them.
WIN AT SURVIVOR SERIES
This is an interesting one, as usually stars are created at Survivor Series event as we’ve seen with The Deadman, The Rock and even The Shield.
However, Lesnar hasn’t enjoyed success on that particular pay-per-view as he’s never won at that event despite having great records on other shows.
Maybe we’ll get to see him try and better that record this year?
Lesnar is a worldwide attraction, and it’s why the company use up his valuable dates to take him to these shows.
Madison Square Garden and the Tokyo Dome in Japan are the most recent places he’s competed, but as the video shows, he’s been pretty much all over the world.
However, he still has two more continents to compete on, South America and Antarctica.
SUPERSTAR OF THE YEAR
Regardless of all of these achievements which will probably never be matched, Lesnar has yet to win the Superstar of the Year Slammy Award.
Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, John Cena and Daniel Bryan have all captured the biggest Slammy Award, but let’s face it, Lesnar won’t be losing any sleep over not picking up this trophy.
It looks like the WWE has forgotten to add he’s yet to beat Goldberg too.
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