Minnesota-based World Wrestling Entertainment champ Brock Lesnar has pinned down a buyer for his home outside of Minneapolis.
The Los Angeles Times says Lesnar sold his 43-acre spread in Maple Plain for $750,000. The land includes the main residence – consisting of 3,247 square feet of living space – as well as a heated pole barn, storage barn and pond. The residence is reportedly lined with hardwood and includes two offices, four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.
The Times reports Lesnar sold his property at a loss, since records show he paid $783,500 for it in April 2003. Lesnar reportedly tried to sell the property for as much as $849,000.
Realtor.com said the property went on the market in June.
The sale comes just as Lesnar, 37, gets ready to defend his WWE title against fellow wrestling star John Cena, whom he defeated at SummerSlam in August.
The blog Wrestling News boils down the rematch between Lesnar and Cena, which is the main event at the WWE Night of Champions Sept. 21.
A native of Webster, South Dakota, Lesnar is a four-time WWE champion. He attended the University of Minnesota on a full wrestling scholarship and won the NCAA Division I heavyweight wrestling championship in 2000.
After spending three years in the WWE after college, Lesnar tried out for the Vikings in 2004 and was cut during preseason. He spent time wrestling in Japan from 2005-2007 before fighting in the Ultimate Fighting Championship circuit from 2008-2011.
Lesnar returned to the WWE in 2012.