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Brock Lesnar's daughter Mya Lynn Lesnar goes viral after smashing shot put record

Brock Lesnar's daughter Mya Lynn Lesnar is a track and field athlete at Colorado State

By Web Desk
December 06, 2023
Brock Lesnar and daughter Mya Lynn Lesnar. — X/@thesportshint
Brock Lesnar and daughter Mya Lynn Lesnar. — X/@thesportshint

Brock Lesnar's daughter Mya Lynn Lesnar has become a social media sensation after smashing her college's shot put record, making Lesnar fans draw similarities between father and daughter.

While most people connect the Lesnar name with the WWE ring, one of the American's daughters is forging her path in a different sport.

Mya Lynn Lesnar is a track and field athlete at Colorado State who has the potential to be a star in the making.

One reason for this is that she just broke the shot put record at her institution with an outstanding 18.50m attempt.

"A new PR and a new school record!!" she posted on her Instagram profile. "I'm pleased with my excellent start to the season."

Many Brock Lesnar fans may have never heard of Mya Lynn's sports accomplishments, as seen by the outpouring of support on social media.

Users on social media were taken aback by the similarities between the two Lesnar stars and flocked to various platforms to voice their feelings.

"That is 100% Brock's daughter! That's amazing, congrats to her," one user said.

In a blunt take, another user commented: "She looks just like him."

"Brock has a daughter in college? Wow. Spitting image too", another wrote.

One fan heaped praise on the WWE star's daughter, as he said: "Holy s***... but of course she did. Amazing."

Brock Lesnars daughter Mya Lynn Lesnar goes viral after smashing shot put record

After missing out on Crown Jewel and Survivor Series last month, Lesnar is not anticipated to return to WWE until January's Royal Rumble.

Lesnar hasn't been on WWE TV since losing to Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam in August, and it's expected he won't return until the first big event of 2024, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

The 46-year-old hadn't been at a WWE event in Saudi Arabia since November's Crown Jewel Premium Live Event, despite competing in eight of the ten events WWE has staged in the Middle East and appearing in an angle on the other.