Brock Lesnar, the WWE’s Beast Incarnate, will face Bill Goldberg at WrestleMania 33 on Sunday. Lesnar has become quite a formidable opponent since he debuted with the WWE, so what is his win/loss record?
According to Cagematch, the online wrestling database, Brock Lesnar has won 71.9 percent of the matches that he has been placed in. He has fought in a total of 388 matches, and he has won 279 of them compared to 101 loses.
At WrestleMania specifically, Brock Lesnar has won 50 percent of the matches he has been placed in. He has had six WrestleMania matches in total and has won three of them; he defeated Kurt Angle at WrestleMania 19, The Undertaker at WrestleMania 30, and Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania 32. However, he lost to Goldberg at WrestleMania 20, Triple H at WrestleMania 29, and Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 31 (though Rollins pinned Roman Reigns, not Brock Lesnar).
The year that Brock Lesnar had the most matches was in 2002. That year, he was placed in 141 matches and won 101 of them, or 71.6 percent. The next year, in 2003, he was placed in 137 matches, and he won 96 of them, or 70.1 percent.
However, Bill Goldberg has a better win-loss record than Brock Lesnar. Goldberg has won 86 percent of the matches he has been placed in; he has performed in 364 matches and has won 313 of them.
The height of Goldberg’s activity in the WWE was in 1998, and that year, he won an overwhelming 93.7 percent of his matches. Goldberg only lost three matches in 1998.
It has been rumored that Brock Lesnar will face Roman Reigns at next year’s WrestleMania. Although Lesnar is thought of as being much more dominant, his record isn’t actually that much better than Roman Reigns’. Roman has won 68.4 percent of the matches that he has been placed in.