He destroyed his opponent in a blink of an eye!
In the 275-pound semifinals of the 2000 NCAA Lesnar faced Bandele Adeniyi-Bada from the University of Pennsylvania’s . The end of the battle can be described just with a single ‘Wow!’, but here’s a more detailed view on what’s happened. Lesnar’s opponent attempted a head-inside single to his right forcing Brock Lesnar to defend and counter with a cartwheel. What made the cartwheel so special was the end of it, when Lesnar pulled off a half nelson which planted the opponent on his head and back. This jaw-dropping move helped Lesnar to make it to the finals where he also came out a winner.
This move is a great answer to anyone who considers Lesnar just a huge guy – at least in his university years he had an agility of a bantamweight. Lesnar’s epic cartwheel was later dubbed ‘Wheel of Death’ by wrestling and MMA fans and you can easily see they were absolutely right.