It's not just the WWE ring where the Lesnar name is making waves, but rather on the track and field. Mya Lynn Lesnar, the 21-year-old daughter of professional wrestling icon Brock Lesnar, is causing quite a stir with her athletic prowess.
Mya recently achieved an impressive feat by breaking the shot put record at her college, Colorado State. Her incredible achievement has catapulted her into the spotlight, drawing attention not only for her remarkable talent but also for her striking resemblance to her famous father.
Mya's rise in the world of track and field is marked by her recent accomplishment: shattering the shot put record at Colorado State. Her remarkable achievement was a resounding 18.50 meters throw, showcasing her incredible strength and skill in the sport.
Taking to her Instagram page to share her accomplishment, Mya expressed her joy, stating, "A new PR and a new school record!! Happy with a strong start to my season." Her enthusiasm and dedication to her sport are evident, hinting at a bright future in the world of athletics.
The news of Mya's incredible achievement quickly spread across social media platforms, leading to an outpouring of support and admiration from fans and followers. Many were struck by the remarkable resemblance between Mya and her famous father, Lesnar.
One user on social media exclaimed, "That is 100% Brock's daughter! That's amazing, congrats to her." The resemblance was so uncanny that another user couldn't help but comment, "She looks just like him."
Praise quickly flooded the comments, with one fan saying, "Holy s***... but of course she did. Amazing." Mya's sporting success has introduced her to a whole new audience, many of whom had not previously been aware of her accomplishments.
While Mya basks in her record-breaking glory, her father, Lesnar, has been making headlines of his own in the world of professional wrestling. It was recently revealed that the WWE superstar is not expected to return to the ring until January's Royal Rumble event.
Lesnar's absence from WWE events in recent months, including Crown Jewel and Survivor Series, has been notable. His last appearance on WWE TV was at SummerSlam in August, where he faced off against Cody Rhodes.
According to reports from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the wrestling world will have to wait until 2024 for his comeback, with the Royal Rumble serving as the highly anticipated stage for his return.
Lesnar's absence from Crown Jewel Premium Live Event in November marked a rare occurrence, as he had been a fixture in WWE events in Saudi Arabia, participating in eight out of ten shows and making appearances in angles for the others.