WATCH: Brock Lesnar's daughter Mya Lynn Lesnar takes internet by storm with shot put record

Brock Lesnar's daughter Mya Lynn Lesnar broke the shot put record at her college with an impressive 18.50m attempt

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Wednesday, December 06, 2023
Brock Lesnar's daughter, Mya Lynn, went viral after smashing her college's shot put record.—Daily Mail

Brock Lesnar's daughter, Mya Lynn Lesnar, has taken social media by storm after achieving a remarkable feat in track and field at Colorado State.

The 21-year-old athlete broke the shot put record at her college with an impressive 18.50m attempt, announcing her achievement on Instagram, expressing satisfaction with a "new PR and a new school record" and celebrating a strong start to her season.

For many fans familiar with Brock Lesnar's WWE career, this revelation marks the introduction to Mya Lynn's sporting success, prompting a surge of reactions online.

Social media users were quick to point out the striking resemblance between the wrestling icon and his daughter, with comments emphasising the uncanny likeness.

Users took to social media to make the claims and congratulate her on the achievement.—Daily Mail

Users expressed astonishment, with one remarking, "That is 100% Brock's daughter! That's amazing, congrats to her." Another user provided a straightforward observation, stating, "She looks just like him," while others marvelled at the revelation of Lesnar having a daughter in college.

The WWE star's daughter received praise from fans, with one admirer expressing amazement, "Holy s***... but of course she did. Amazing." The recognition of Mya Lynn's athletic prowess and the resemblance to her famous father generated considerable buzz on social media platforms.

As for Brock Lesnar's WWE future, recent reports suggest that he is not anticipated to return until January's Royal Rumble, having missed Crown Jewel and Survivor Series last month.

Lesnar, absent from WWE TV since his loss at SummerSlam in August, is expected to make a comeback at the beginning of 2024, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

This hiatus is a notable departure, considering Lesnar's consistent presence in WWE events in Saudi Arabia, making his absence from Crown Jewel a rare occurrence after participating in eight out of the 10 shows WWE hosted in the Middle East.