Brock Lesnar realizes that there are issues with WWE despite the fact that he keeps cashing Vince McMahon’s massive checks. He also really wants someone to fix those mistakes, because the Beast Incarnate can’t do it all by himself, even if he is a smiling babyface now.

Lesnar did an interview with Pat McAfee on The Pat McAfee Show to hype Saturday’s WWE Elimination Chamber event. Brock had a lot to talk about, especially his life, outside ventures, Vince McMahon, and so much more.

Brock Lesnar spoke on whether if it’s awkward when young wrestlers come up to him wanting to shake his hand. He had quite a hot take.

“It’s just kind of weird, the whole evolution, because when I came up, The Undertaker, Steve (Austin), and I can go on and on, but so now I’m the old bas*ard walking down the halls. I’m looking at these young kids, and I don’t know. Somebody needs to step up, get over, and figure out how to put asses in seats and not worry about your next highspot, but figure out how the hell they can be different, like, how can they make money? That’s it. That’s the business.”


“The young generation thinks that if they go out and do a certain move and do it over and over, but that’s not the business. There’s a good guy and a bad guy, pitting people against each other, and storylines. What was fun about me coming back this time was the storyline with Roman Reigns and being with Paul Heyman for 15 years and now Paul is with Roman.”

Brock also admitted that he doesn’t really care about the WWE Hall of Fame or leaving a legacy behind. The only thing important to him is to be a family man and be a good dad. “What I do care about is that I’m a good person and a good dad. That’s important to me.” Just more reasons to like Beast Incarnate even more.

Check out the full interview below.

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Bhupen Dange

Bhupen is a freelance writer for Ringside News and Thirsty For News; he is pursuing further studies in Computer Science. Since high school, he has actively participated in athletic activities, and when he is not playing video games, he spends his time in the gym training, watching movies, and walking his dog outside.

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