Brock Lesnar has achieved an unprecedented “grand slam” in combat sports, capturing the world championships of WWE, UFC, and now the international slap-fighting circuit, WSE (World Slapping Entertainment).
Lesnar dominated the competition at SlappaMania 2, which was held this weekend at Uncle Bunker’s Tap n’ Grub in Tallahassee, handily defeating local favorite Todd “The Palm” Dorffen in the finals with a series of open-handed slaps to the face.
In a post-event interview, Lesnar has always said he considers mixed martial arts and professional wrestling as “stepping stones” on his “boyhood dream” of becoming the world’s best slapper.
Growing up in rural Minnesota, Lesnar used to slap cows, horses, and sometimes bears, and by the time he was 16 he was already a top-ranked NCAA slapper.
Having achieved the trifecta of championships in wrestling, MMA and slapping, Lesnar is reportedly turning his sights to his first true love, hip hop dance.