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    Default Professional Wrestlers Lifting Numbers

    I saw this thread on a wrestling web site I read a lot, and wanted to post this here. I'm aware Brock is no longer a wrestler (he might be again soon though), and these were his numbers during his WWE Run.

    Here are some bench press / squat numbers I found lurking around the web for a few superstars (most come from bodybuilding.com, where they have database of athlete bench press) Some of their numbers are incomplete:



    Mark Henry (Weight: 392lbs)
    Bench Press: 585lbs
    Squat: 953lbs
    Deadlift: 905lbs



    Brock Lesnar (Weight: 306lbs)
    Bench Press: 655lbs
    Squat: 920lbs
    Deadlift: 900lbs



    Great Khali (Weight: 420lbs)
    Bench Press: 600lbs+
    Squat: -
    Deadlift: -



    Kane (Weight: 320lbs)
    Bench Press: 550lbs (405x3)
    Squat: -
    Deadlift: -




    The Undertaker
    Bench Press: 300lbs
    Squat: -
    Deadlift: -



    John Cena (Weight: 240lbs)
    Bench Press: 505lbs
    Squat: 575lbs
    Deadlift: 675lbs




    Dave Batista (Weight: 290lbs)
    Bench Press: 525lbs
    Squat: -
    Deadlift: -




    The Rock (Weight: 240lbs)
    Bench Press: 425lbs
    Squat: -
    Deadlift: -



    Triple H (Weight: 260lbs)
    Bench Press: 420lbs
    Squat: -
    Deadlift: -


    I'd say Brock is the most impressive, followed by Henry then Cena.
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    I would love to know Mason Ryan's #s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iRoCx45s View Post
    I would love to know Mason Ryan's #s.
    Same here, dudes a freak.
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    Hmm..how do we know the truth of those numbers? I recall reading an article on Cena many years ago when he said that he (And others) weren't as strong as they looked.
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    I believe Brock, Henry and Cena's numbers...not sure about everyone else...I just copied and pasted this from that forum though and added new pictures...



    Judging by the pic I'd say that was taken right around the time he started wrestling (2000). That's 495. He does more now



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    Ok. I'm not saying they aren't strong. You can't get that big without serious time under the iron.
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    Yeah dude, I totally understand what you meant in your first post. I just think those 3 guys are definitely legit
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    I'm surprised about the Undertaker's bench. They are all going to be pretty strong doing what they do.

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    Are we to be impressed by their numbers, none of which were gained legitimately . There is no denying they are huge and do lift a lot of iron, but they accomplished it by cheating
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    Well, they legitimately have to still train hard and eat well and rest. I don't know that I believe that you can cheat your way to a 500# bench. People decide to use or not use. How and who are they cheating? (unless they are in a sport/profession where AAS is banned).
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    I suppose so. I guess I just look at it differently. I don't care if some regulations committee says something is or isn't allowed. Just if you take 2 guys both working equally hard, eating right and one guy ends up being 40lbs bigger and lifts significantly more= cheating
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunterace View Post
    I suppose so. I guess I just look at it differently. I don't care if some regulations committee says something is or isn't allowed. Just if you take 2 guys both working equally hard, eating right and one guy ends up being 40lbs bigger and lifts significantly more= cheating
    so if someone is working hard and seeing better gains than you its cheating? ever heard of good genetics
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    Quote Originally Posted by MC View Post
    Well, they legitimately have to still train hard and eat well and rest. I don't know that I believe that you can cheat your way to a 500# bench. People decide to use or not use. How and who are they cheating? (unless they are in a sport/profession where AAS is banned).
    What he said^ hows it cheating? I believe its their own choice whether they use gear or not. If you're not willing to use it to achieve your goals then thats your choice. Guys on gear that make full use of their gear train and diet twice as hard as guys that aren't. Does that mean you're a p*ssy?

    Edit: These gains don't come without side effects you know. They may have gained 40lbs more but they did pay a price for those extra gains.
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    At the end, exist big and exist small guys, gear or not dont care.


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