- Brock Lesnar’s daughter, Mya, has gone viral on social media during the week
- The 21-year-old broke the shot put record at her college with a huge attempt
- Fans were also quick to point out the similarities between herself and her dad
Brock Lesnar’s daughter has gone viral on social media after breaking the shot put record at her college.
While many will associate the Lesnar name with the WWE ring, one of the American’s daughters is beginning to carve out her own identity within a new sport.
Mya Lynn Lesnar, 21, is a track and field athlete at Colorado State and it’s fair to say that she could be classed as a star in the making.
One reason for saying this is because she recently broke the shot put record at her college – after recording an impressive 18.50m attempt.
Taking to her Instagram page, she wrote: ‘A new PR and a new school record!! Happy with a strong start to my season’.
Brock Lesnar’s daughter, Mya Lynn, went viral after smashing her college’s shot put record
Many fans were quick to comment on the likeness between the WWE star and his daughter
Users took to social media to make the claims and congratulate her on the achievement
For a lot of Brock Lesnar’s fans, this may be the first time that they’ve heard of Mya Lynn’s sporting success – which was made clear by the way many reacted online.
Users on social media were stunned by the likeness between the two Lesnar stars and took to various platforms to express that.
‘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’.
It was revealed recently that Lesnar is not expected to return to WWE until January’s Royal Rumble, after he missed out on Crown Jewel and Survivor Series last month.
Lesnar hasn’t appeared on WWE TV since losing to Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam in August and according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter it is believed he won’t be back until the first big event of 2024.
November’s Crown Jewel Premium Live Event marked the first time that the 46-year-old hadn’t appeared at a WWE event in Saudi Arabia, with him wrestling in eight of the ten shows WWE have hosted in the middle east, and appearing in an angle on the other.
Lesnar hasn’t appeared on WWE TV since losing to Cody Rhodes at SummerSlam in August