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Brock On Hunting

Brock On Hunting

World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar reveals his passion for the outdoors in an exclusive interview with Outdoor Life.
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from savageshot wrote 1 year 47 weeks ago

Didn't he get in trouble for poaching this past year? just saying

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from Gunluvr wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

He's everything that metrosexual girly men and liberals fear. He's young, strong, outspoken, and he hunts; not to mention he successfully represents the repudiation that "violence doesn't solve anything"; not only does he use violence to solve his problems, he gets paid a lot of money to use violence to overcome his problems.

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from HuntNMmuley wrote 3 years 33 weeks ago

I am all for anyone who wants to support the Outdoor Life-style. Do I have to agree with everything he says and does? Of course not-but that can be said about anyone. Ultimately he enjoys the outdoors, wants others to get involved and has a voice...I can't fault a man for that.

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from TheOhioHunter wrote 3 years 49 weeks ago

Brock has been in pro wrestling, played for the vikings, is the UFC heavyweight champ, and was/is an NCAA champion as well as a Big 10 champ. His acomplishments and athletic life aside, who was around to watch brock hunt and listen to him talk about it before all his fame? not a big number. yet he still did it, because its what he loves. I beleive Brock to be a great athlete but hunting is what he loves and has always been apart of his whole life. if thats not a sportsman, i dont know what one is. His life in the ring shouldnt discredit his dedication to the outdoors.

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from WALDMAN79 wrote 4 years 2 weeks ago

The guy gets amped up to put on a show, be it pro wrestling, football or mma (and the guy's done 'em all)so what if he gets carried away? Some of the things I said and did playing football weren't things I'd want mom to hear but I can relate to Brock. He's a monster at 6'5" 265# and I'm 6'9" 305# It's hard to stop intimidating so soon after. Mir ran his mouth til Lesnar shut it. The guy hunts and he's a famous athlete. Who of us wouldn't trade places with him?

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from familychef wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Hope Brock is healing well. Glad to see you will be returning to MMA and the UFC this fall. But why do you say your from Minnesota? You're FROM Webster South Dakota. Just wondering?

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from Gcoghlan wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

im a new hunter but i know that we need a lot of supporters to keep our passion of hunting alive, and just because brock says some thing you dont like after a fight you should still respect that he is an avid hunter and its always good to find a new celebrity not against hunting and that is helping our cause

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from rcmich wrote 4 years 33 weeks ago

We've all heard the same derogatory comments about Ted Nugent that we are seeing posted here about Brock. People need to grow up and realize that not everyone is like them with a "normal" 8 to 5 job. You need to separate the "business person" from the "real person". Ted and Brock have done more to encourage hunting and recruiting new/young hunters accidentally than the complainers will ever do on purpose.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 36 weeks ago

Judging by his face, this wasn't a cut and paste picture!

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from jdavila11 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

its good that we have people like brock adorn my outdoorlife magazine it makes it more interesting to read and also it feels good to know that brock also is a fellow hunter

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from SD_Whitetail_Hntr wrote 4 years 48 weeks ago

Once again I have to request that a number of you need to understand what the plus and minus system is meant to do on this website. It's not a tool to slam people who disagree with you. It's to vote down people who disrupt quality debate with ignorant comments and give positive feedback to people who contribute. NO MATTER WHAT THEIR OPINION. I give plus marks to people with opposing opinions to mine, it greatly improves the quality of the conversation. This isn't grade school.

As for Brock, what he did after the Mir fight was unacceptable. However, I'd like to see half of the people who critisize him make a living off of getting completely psyched up to beat another guy down, and then act completely calm after the fight is over. Like I said, it was a sad act of sportsmanship, and he should never let it happen again if he wants to be respected ever. But make no mistake, he is an avid supporter of everything we care about and if you don't think having someone like that on a world wide stage is important for our cause, you are very much wrong. 1000 of us on this site can't get as much attention in a year as Brock in one day. That means we need people like him and luckily he's quite less likely to have some obscene outburst when he's out supporting the sports-men and women of this nation.

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from Louie wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

RamblinMan, Brock is no different than you or me or the rest of us, he has a passion for hunting and who cares if he is famous he is still in one of those collective groups of men and women, everybody counts. He is not a loud mouthed beligerant fool. Just because he is a pro wrestler/fighter doesn't mean he is different than you or me.

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from RamblinMan wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

I completely disagree. Brock is not just brash and spirited, he is mean, angry and crude. We don't need him or any other hollywood face to perpetuate our right to be sportsmen. The pro-gun movement will not rise or fall based on Brock, Heston or any other single person. It will rise or fall based on the collective group of men and women who will stand up for their right to bear arms and to hunt. Just like any other loud mouthed beligerant fool, Brock will bring nothing but trouble to anything he involves himself with.

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from Gavin King wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

I knew there was something I liked about this guy! He is great! I like his energy and brachness in MMA and really appreciate the fact that he is an avid outdoorsman, but what do you expect from Dakotan. As for all you people who talk negatively about him, remember the momentum Charleton Heston brought to the pro-gun movement. We can really use all the help we can get from famous sportsmen and women. Go Brock!

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from Jerod Henderson wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

Im pretty sure brock, Has a massive respect for hunting, Read his bio before wwe and ufc. He put in a lot of hard work to get where he is and he can be cocky if he wants.Personally hunting needs icon respected by numbers helps keep it alive. Im sure the other times celebs or football players etc, where in the pages you didnt say anything whats wrong with the best mma fighter supporting your sport.

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from RamblinMan wrote 4 years 52 weeks ago

Guys like Brock should not be getting the kind of publicity that he's getting, especially in outdoor life. He is big and talented, but that's where his good traits end. He gives a bad name and a lousy reputation to just about anything associated with him. There are too many loud mouthed, disrespectful, cocky hunter out there and the last thing we need is one with a national platform to speak from. Maybe when Brock grows up he'll be more acceptable to those of us that consider ourselves sportsmen.

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from proudfather2 wrote 5 years 4 days ago

I have to respect his abilities in the ring and the fact that he is to a hunter, with that being said he needs to understand that the ufc is not the wwe or whatever he was apart of.The fans of mma do not go for the loudmouth actors that thrive so well in pro-wrestling.As far as I am concerned if he wants to act like that he needs to go back to the fact crap!

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from jburgman wrote 5 years 4 days ago

Actually sounds like a down-to-earth guy.

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from sucngas wrote 5 years 4 days ago

This is one moron that outdoorsmen can do without being tied to. His antics last week, hmmmm. We don't need him on our side. He will give anyone tied to him a bad name.

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from Big O wrote 5 years 5 days ago

"under his arm" ? proabably just put's it in his pocket if it's a doe(no horns).
Nice to see the MMA "BAD A$$ is a outdoorsman too !

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from Kody wrote 5 years 5 days ago

I am sorry.. I got to the third picture and could not move on to number four and five. I can not think of anything related to hunting that I can contribute at this point, if i can't stop staring at picture number three I may never find the time to contribute again.

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from Kody wrote 5 years 5 days ago

I wonder if Broch's hunting partners can keep up to him or whether they are those lean characters that tend to walk the big guys into the ground. One thing for sure, he has the arms to hold any rifle steady.
Interesting when you hear the backgrounds of many famous characters who share common backgrounds with those of us whose lives are not in the lime light.

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from bigjake wrote 5 years 5 days ago

betcha broch never has to ask anyone for help dragging out deer, he probally just tucks em under one arm and walks out, lol. although i bet his choice of treestands is pretty limited...

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from bigjake wrote 5 years 5 days ago

betcha broch never has to ask anyone for help dragging out deer, he probally just tucks em under one arm and walks out, lol. although i bet his choice of treestands is pretty limited...

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from Big O wrote 5 years 5 days ago

"under his arm" ? proabably just put's it in his pocket if it's a doe(no horns).
Nice to see the MMA "BAD A$$ is a outdoorsman too !

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from jburgman wrote 5 years 4 days ago

Actually sounds like a down-to-earth guy.

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from SD_Whitetail_Hntr wrote 4 years 48 weeks ago

Once again I have to request that a number of you need to understand what the plus and minus system is meant to do on this website. It's not a tool to slam people who disagree with you. It's to vote down people who disrupt quality debate with ignorant comments and give positive feedback to people who contribute. NO MATTER WHAT THEIR OPINION. I give plus marks to people with opposing opinions to mine, it greatly improves the quality of the conversation. This isn't grade school.

As for Brock, what he did after the Mir fight was unacceptable. However, I'd like to see half of the people who critisize him make a living off of getting completely psyched up to beat another guy down, and then act completely calm after the fight is over. Like I said, it was a sad act of sportsmanship, and he should never let it happen again if he wants to be respected ever. But make no mistake, he is an avid supporter of everything we care about and if you don't think having someone like that on a world wide stage is important for our cause, you are very much wrong. 1000 of us on this site can't get as much attention in a year as Brock in one day. That means we need people like him and luckily he's quite less likely to have some obscene outburst when he's out supporting the sports-men and women of this nation.

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from Kody wrote 5 years 5 days ago

I wonder if Broch's hunting partners can keep up to him or whether they are those lean characters that tend to walk the big guys into the ground. One thing for sure, he has the arms to hold any rifle steady.
Interesting when you hear the backgrounds of many famous characters who share common backgrounds with those of us whose lives are not in the lime light.

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from Kody wrote 5 years 5 days ago

I am sorry.. I got to the third picture and could not move on to number four and five. I can not think of anything related to hunting that I can contribute at this point, if i can't stop staring at picture number three I may never find the time to contribute again.

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from familychef wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Hope Brock is healing well. Glad to see you will be returning to MMA and the UFC this fall. But why do you say your from Minnesota? You're FROM Webster South Dakota. Just wondering?

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from TheOhioHunter wrote 3 years 49 weeks ago

Brock has been in pro wrestling, played for the vikings, is the UFC heavyweight champ, and was/is an NCAA champion as well as a Big 10 champ. His acomplishments and athletic life aside, who was around to watch brock hunt and listen to him talk about it before all his fame? not a big number. yet he still did it, because its what he loves. I beleive Brock to be a great athlete but hunting is what he loves and has always been apart of his whole life. if thats not a sportsman, i dont know what one is. His life in the ring shouldnt discredit his dedication to the outdoors.

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from Jerod Henderson wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

Im pretty sure brock, Has a massive respect for hunting, Read his bio before wwe and ufc. He put in a lot of hard work to get where he is and he can be cocky if he wants.Personally hunting needs icon respected by numbers helps keep it alive. Im sure the other times celebs or football players etc, where in the pages you didnt say anything whats wrong with the best mma fighter supporting your sport.

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from Louie wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

RamblinMan, Brock is no different than you or me or the rest of us, he has a passion for hunting and who cares if he is famous he is still in one of those collective groups of men and women, everybody counts. He is not a loud mouthed beligerant fool. Just because he is a pro wrestler/fighter doesn't mean he is different than you or me.

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from jdavila11 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

its good that we have people like brock adorn my outdoorlife magazine it makes it more interesting to read and also it feels good to know that brock also is a fellow hunter

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 36 weeks ago

Judging by his face, this wasn't a cut and paste picture!

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from rcmich wrote 4 years 33 weeks ago

We've all heard the same derogatory comments about Ted Nugent that we are seeing posted here about Brock. People need to grow up and realize that not everyone is like them with a "normal" 8 to 5 job. You need to separate the "business person" from the "real person". Ted and Brock have done more to encourage hunting and recruiting new/young hunters accidentally than the complainers will ever do on purpose.

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from Gcoghlan wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

im a new hunter but i know that we need a lot of supporters to keep our passion of hunting alive, and just because brock says some thing you dont like after a fight you should still respect that he is an avid hunter and its always good to find a new celebrity not against hunting and that is helping our cause

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from WALDMAN79 wrote 4 years 2 weeks ago

The guy gets amped up to put on a show, be it pro wrestling, football or mma (and the guy's done 'em all)so what if he gets carried away? Some of the things I said and did playing football weren't things I'd want mom to hear but I can relate to Brock. He's a monster at 6'5" 265# and I'm 6'9" 305# It's hard to stop intimidating so soon after. Mir ran his mouth til Lesnar shut it. The guy hunts and he's a famous athlete. Who of us wouldn't trade places with him?

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from savageshot wrote 1 year 47 weeks ago

Didn't he get in trouble for poaching this past year? just saying

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from proudfather2 wrote 5 years 4 days ago

I have to respect his abilities in the ring and the fact that he is to a hunter, with that being said he needs to understand that the ufc is not the wwe or whatever he was apart of.The fans of mma do not go for the loudmouth actors that thrive so well in pro-wrestling.As far as I am concerned if he wants to act like that he needs to go back to the fact crap!

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from Gavin King wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

I knew there was something I liked about this guy! He is great! I like his energy and brachness in MMA and really appreciate the fact that he is an avid outdoorsman, but what do you expect from Dakotan. As for all you people who talk negatively about him, remember the momentum Charleton Heston brought to the pro-gun movement. We can really use all the help we can get from famous sportsmen and women. Go Brock!

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from RamblinMan wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

I completely disagree. Brock is not just brash and spirited, he is mean, angry and crude. We don't need him or any other hollywood face to perpetuate our right to be sportsmen. The pro-gun movement will not rise or fall based on Brock, Heston or any other single person. It will rise or fall based on the collective group of men and women who will stand up for their right to bear arms and to hunt. Just like any other loud mouthed beligerant fool, Brock will bring nothing but trouble to anything he involves himself with.

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from HuntNMmuley wrote 3 years 33 weeks ago

I am all for anyone who wants to support the Outdoor Life-style. Do I have to agree with everything he says and does? Of course not-but that can be said about anyone. Ultimately he enjoys the outdoors, wants others to get involved and has a voice...I can't fault a man for that.

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from Gunluvr wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

He's everything that metrosexual girly men and liberals fear. He's young, strong, outspoken, and he hunts; not to mention he successfully represents the repudiation that "violence doesn't solve anything"; not only does he use violence to solve his problems, he gets paid a lot of money to use violence to overcome his problems.

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from RamblinMan wrote 4 years 52 weeks ago

Guys like Brock should not be getting the kind of publicity that he's getting, especially in outdoor life. He is big and talented, but that's where his good traits end. He gives a bad name and a lousy reputation to just about anything associated with him. There are too many loud mouthed, disrespectful, cocky hunter out there and the last thing we need is one with a national platform to speak from. Maybe when Brock grows up he'll be more acceptable to those of us that consider ourselves sportsmen.

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from sucngas wrote 5 years 4 days ago

This is one moron that outdoorsmen can do without being tied to. His antics last week, hmmmm. We don't need him on our side. He will give anyone tied to him a bad name.

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