Brock Lesnar, one of the most succesful W.W.E. wrestlers and now a star for U.F.C, recently had to cancel his upcoming bout due to a mystery illness. About 24 hours later it was revealed that Lesnar had contracted Mononucleosis.
A week after that news, more information began to leak which was a lot more scary. Suddenly, this was a case way more serious than a bout with Mono. Now it’s being reported that Brock is “seriously ill” and that he may never fight again but not much else.
After much concern by fans of M.M.A., it’s now been revealed that Brock had a bacterial infection in his intestinal tract. He is slated to be released from a hospital soon but U.F.C. President, Dana White, has suggested further treatment for the 32-year old Lesnar.
Personally, I’ve always been a fan of Brock, especially after he bolted from W.W.E. while he was the main star, to follow his dream of playing professional football. Although that did not work out, I’m not surprised that he climbed the ladder of another sport and became a star yet again.
Below is a sample of cards from the 3-sport star. The final card is Brock’s once blazing hot, first certified autograph released a few months ago by Topps Company for their U.F.C. brand. No word on how many more Brock Lesnar cards Topps has in store for collectors.