Brock Lesnar’s daughter Mya Lesnar reportedly has plans to compete in the Olympics. Mya Lesnar, the daughter of Brock Lesnar, has followed in the footsteps of her father in athletics as she is a shot putter for Colorado State.

    Mya recently broke the shot put record with a mark of 18.50 meters. In her career this year, she has earned All-Mountain West honours and came in first place in the weight throw while competing at the indoor Mountain West Championships.

    While speaking on a recent episode of his Pat McAfee Show, the former WWE announcer noted that he had been told that Mya was preparing to represent the US in the Olympics.

    “Sources have told me that Mya Lesnar is now 224 lbs of all muscle, ready to throw a rock for the United States of America when her time comes, and beat the hell out of everybody else.” – Pat McAfee (The Pat McAfee Show)

    Mya Lesnar is a junior track and field athlete at Colorado State, where she specializes in the shot put. She also has competed in the weight throw, hammer throw and discus throw.  She is currently in her second year with the Rams (2023). Mya first started her NCAA track and field career at Arizona State, spending two years with the Sun Devils before transferring after the 2021-22 school year.  If you have any doubts that she is the daughter of the WWE and former UFC star, look no further than her pictures in comparison to her dad!

    Mya has yet to comment on whether she will compete in the 2024 games.