WWE News: Brock Lesnar Issues Statement Claiming Wrestling Is Not Fake
Brock Lesnar is not present in the WWE programming for sometimes now as we have passed by the biggest pay-per-view event of the summer also known as Summerslam. There’s no update on when he could be back on TV, again. But there are chances to see him back on the October 4th episode of SmackDown Live on FOX Network which will mark the debut in the new platform.
Meanwhile, an online interview of Brock Lesnar has surfaced online where he talked about the pro-wrestling techniques. There are certain misconceptions among the fans about the legitimacy of the moves that we see inside the ring. Some fans believe it to be true considering the scripted nature of the program.
But Brock Lesnar emphasized on the fact that every move that the pro-wrestlers perform is real. Except for the finishing of the match, the entire process of carrying through a match happens most organically. Every move performed inside that squared circle is real whereas the predetermined finishes are the only fake things.
Check out more on what Brock Lesnar has stated on this matter, (courtesy ringsidenews.com)
“Yeah, there’s still human beings in there flying around risking their lives is what’s going on. I mean if you can’t see that then you’re very ignorant. I wrestled many matches injured, got injured. There’s a real risk in pro wrestling.”
“That ring is not just your mom California king-sized bed with some bailer twine going around it. I mean when you land, it’s a physical ring. I mean these guys go out and I was one of them. They’re slamming people and coming off the top rope and doing all these things and I got injured for it.”
“Even though the outcomes may be predetermined or you know, even though it is entertainment these guys who are going out putting on the show that night are — they’re getting hurt — not every night, but it happens.”
Brock Lesnar says there’s nothing fake about wrestling pic.twitter.com/5ttlVNMEB8
— Ringside News (@ringsidenews_) September 10, 2019
Entering the pro-wrestling world at the beginning of this decade, Brock Lesnar stayed with the WWE until April 2004. He experienced full-time wrestling during this stint before moving forward to different brands. He traveled around and worked for NJPW before signing up with UFC where he enjoyed professional Mixed Martial Arts sports.
After that, Brock Lesnar decided to re-sign with WWE again in 2012 to become the Conqueror. He is the most dominating superstar of this decade who has the longest reign with a world title in the modern era. His Universal title reign lasted for 530 days before Roman Reigns ended it at Summerslam 2018. He won it back twice after that with Seth Rollins ending the reigns on both the occasions.
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