WWE Champion Brock Lesnar is officially part of the Marvel universe

WWE champion Brock Lesnar (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
WWE champion Brock Lesnar (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) /

In an unexpected turn of events, it looks like WWE’s Beast Incarnate is a regular part of the Marvel Comics Universe.

Anyone who watches WWE or the UFC will know that Brock Lesnar is one of the most formidable superstars in both sports’ history.

However, now he can add a new accomplishment to his impressive résumé – he officially exists in the Marvel Comics’ universe! Unexpected, right?

In a recent Marvel comic, Avengers #31, Tony Stark’s Iron Man was transported back to prehistoric times and, in an incredibly trippy moment, he found himself battling some ancient versions of The Avengers. Stark, however, wasn’t going to let the impossible situation pass without making it an unbelievably Tony Stark moment and, as a result, administered his own commentary throughout the showdown. And, with that, he commented:

"“Look, Ghost Rider Snuffaluffagus and Brock Lesnar Starbrand are one thing, but no way am I getting slapped around by Thor’s daddy!”"

An incredible athlete – and highly intimidating one at that – “The Beast” has spent his career battling some of the all-time WWE greats, including The Undertaker, The Rock, Hulk Hogan, John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Goldberg, AJ Styles and Randy Orton.

A decorated champion, he’s won some of the most prestigious titles in history, such as the WWE Championship (he also became the youngest to hold that title at the time, winning it at 25 years old), the WWE Universal Championship and the UFC Championship.

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He is also known as the 2003 Royal Rumble winner and the man who infamously ended The Undertaker’s iconic 21-0 WrestleMania undefeated Streak. Lesnar is currently the WWE Champion, appearing on the RAW brand and is scheduled to defend his gold against Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 36.

But could a match against Tony Stark be on the horizon for “The Beast”? Could he be MCU-bound, or will this remain a friendly little nod from Marvel Comics?

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