During an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, Brock Lesnar recalled how he would fight with his brothers growing up.
"I was fighting as a kid. The local people from Webster, South Dakota will tell you the Lesnar family were fighters. I was six years younger than my two older brothers who were getting out of jail on Monday mornings and going to school because of street fights. I grew up with that stigma. We went to street dances, I went there to fight. That's what we did. That's what I did, anyway. Then it was girls and have a couple of drinks. My mom said, 'You have to make some money with this stuff.' It put my mom and dad through hell. We were fighting all the time. My brothers were fighting and it was World War 3. I fought my older brothers, put them through kitchen tables when I finally grew up and had enough of their shit. I was probably 18. I put my brother through the China cabinet. My mom and dad just cracked a beer as was, 'ah, this needed to happen."
Follow us on @WNSource
Follow us on Instagram
LIKE us on Facebook
⚡ News tip? Email email@example.com