Pic: Brock Lesnar's house is for sale ... and it's not that fabulous

Realtor.com

But he's got a huge "barn" and 43 acres of property.

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar is selling his four-bedroom house in Independence, Minnesota, and for a guy who made millions as a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter -- and even more millions as a professional wrestler -- there's not much to see here.

Some folks just like to keep it simple, I suppose.

Private home secluded on 43 acres of prime land: tillable acres, woods, pond and yard. Open floor plan, large windows, hardwood floors, large updated kitchen w/oak cabinets. Four bedrooms and two home offices, newer heated pole barn and storage barn.

Lesnar is asking just $799,000 for the 3,247 square-foot home and you can see his Realtor.com listing (as well as additional photos) here.

After losing his 265-pound strap to Cain Velasquez in 2010, Lesnar struggled to stay healthy, thanks to a difficult bout with diverticulitis. Upon his 2011 return, he was quickly stopped by Alistair Overeem at UFC 141 and immediately called it quits.

He resurfaced in WWE the following May and continues to make periodic wrasslin' appearances.

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