Mia Lesnar, daughter of WWE and UFC legend Brock Lesnar, made an impressive start to the season with her athletics team at Colorado State University. Mia broke the university record in the shot put at a national competition, where she finished first with a throw of 18.50 meters last weekend.
She is currently considered one of the best athletes in the country for her age, and experts predict a bright future for her. She was also named Athlete of the Week, dubbed a "legend" by the media and boasted of a "new school record!!", as she wrote in an Instagram post, which featured a video of her record-breaking performance.
It's pretty clear where she got her sturdy hands from. Mia Lesnar/Screenshot, Instagram
Mia moved to Colorado after spending her first and second years at Arizona State University, where she competed in the shot put on the local team. At the end of last season, she was 17th in the nation for her age, but declared: "This is just the beginning."
Mia, who studied criminal law, has said in the past that her father was the biggest influence on her career. She also expressed her desire to join the military, calling it "her dream job."
Work animal. Lesnar/GettyImages
Brock Lesnar, as is known, is one of WWE's best-known, most famous and successful wrestlers for two decades, where he held the title of world champion numerous times. He is the only person to have won all major heavyweight championships in professional wrestling in WWE, that of the Japanese New Japan Pro-Wrestling, was the UFC (Ultimate Martial Arts Fighting Championship) and as a student was also the NCAA Free Wrestling Champion and as a sports fan even tried to join the Minnesota Vikings, the football team.
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