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Brock Lesnar Reveals What He Did When He Had A Brief Break Up With Sable

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• Brock Lesnar Reveals What He Did When He Had A Brief Break Up With Sable

WWE/UFC Legend Brock Lesnar married WWF Attitude Era Diva Sable in 2006 and they have kids together as well.

However, they had a brief break-up in 2004. Sable was trying to make things work, but Brock kept pushing her away.

Sable then left Brock’s house and went back to live at her own house in Florida.

After spending some time alone, Lesnar realized he wanted to marry Sable and tried reaching out to her, but she wouldn’t respond. Lesnar then went to Sable’s house and broke in!

Below is what Lesnar wrote about it in his “Death Clutch: My Story of Determination, Domination, and Survival” book:

“I saw a neighbor standing by his garage, and I knew he had seen me around with [Sable] enough to know we were a couple. That was a lucky break for me, because the guy never got suspicious.

I told him I was working in the backyard and needed a screwdriver. I used the screwdriver he loaned me to get into one of her sliding doors, and of course the alarm goes off as soon as I get into the house. I knew the passcode, so I shut off the alarm.”

Also Read: Marc Mero Reveals How He Found Out Sable Was Cheating On Him With Brock Lesnar

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Legend “The Whole F’N Show” Rob Van Dam (Real name: Rob Szatkowski) turns 52 today.

He wrestled as Robbie V in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1992 to 1993 but only became a major name when he joined Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling in early 1996 and adapted the nickname “Mr. Monday Night” while invading WWF RAW IS WAR for several weeks in 1997.

When ECW went bankrupt in 2001, he was one of the Wrestlers that found a new permanent home in the World Wrestling Federation, where he played a major role during the infamous WCW/ECW invasion storyline.

Over the years RVD won World Titles in both WWE and TNA (Total Nonstop Action), but is currently wrestling on the independent scene.

He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021, but the ceremony took place without a crowd due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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