In a candid interview session, Brock Lesnar opened up with all the happenings around the pro-wrestling circuit and the MMA’s. The beast looked ready to return to the Octagon. He is scheduled to fight against Mark Hunt tomorrow at the UFC 200 PPV.
Meanwhile, he has some chitchat sessions with the media where he addressed several a situations, as reported by wrestlezone.com.
While speaking on Roman Reigns’ 30 days suspension for violating WWE’s wellness policy, the beats said, “It’s really unprofessional of anybody at this caliber for something like that to happen. It’s unfortunate, it’s unprofessional, it’s just the way it is.”
Brock Lesnar had an interview with MMAFighting.com where he was asked about Stephanie McMahon stating that WWE is not necessarily supporting his UFC fight. He boastfully replied, “I don’t care what she says.”
He quoted “I don’t give a s**t” while it was addressed that he is returning to the Octagon after 5 long years and so if a loss would damage the popularity in WWE.
It was previously reported that Brock Lesnar declared that he is not returning to UFC for his fans but for himself. The below-given quote from him came as a strong support for the same, “This is about me. I want to get in there and be an athlete again. That’s what this is about.This isn’t about my fans. This is about me living my life, being the person that I want to be.”
Upon conclusion of his UFC bout, Brock Lesnar will be back in WWE for Summerslam where he will face Randy Orton, as confirmed by WWE on this week’s episode of Smackdown. Randy Orton too will make an in-ring return after getting sidelined from the ring from last October 2015 due to a shoulder injury. Post-Battleground scenario, WWE is looking to hype up the match for the biggest event of the summer.