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Paul Heyman Comments On Brock Lesnar’s WWE & UFC Status

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• Paul Heyman Comments On Brock Lesnar’s WWE & UFC Status

During a recent interview with Ariel Helwani, Paul Heyman was asked questions about Brock Lesnar’s current status.

Below are the highlights:

True or False? Brock Lesnar is still under contract with WWE.


True or False? Brock Lesnar is currently a free agent.


True or False? Brock Lesnar will fight again for the UFC.

“I don’t know. That’s up to you. You know, here’s the breaking news and whether it is you watch Fox News, or CNN or NBC, or whatever news channel you watch; they always have this scroll at the bottom. Breaking News, and this is the same Breaking News since Brock Lesnar walked on to the mat and became the NCAA Division One Champion in the year 2000.

And here is your soundbyte, Brock Lesnar does whatever Brock Lesnar wants to do, and that’s what Brock Lesnar will do, and if you don’t believe me, go back and find the unedited clip of his promo from UFC 100 because there is no controlling Brock Lesnar and there is no directing or navigating Brock Lesnar’s path.

There is only holding on to his coattails and enjoying the ride while you can because Brock Lesnar does whatever the hell Brock Lesnar wants to do.”

Heyman then gave his personal opinion and thinks Lesnar is done with the sport of MMA:

“No. Number one, I don’t think there is enough money to get him to do it. Number two, I don’t know what would entice him to do so, and number three, when Brock Lesnar came back at UFC 200 and survived being punched in the face by Mark Hunt, and still won the fight, which very few people do after being punched in the face by Mark Hunt. Massive credit to Mark Hunt; I think that itch got scratched.”

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Joey Abs (Real name: Jason Arhndt) turns 49 today.

Originally competing under his real name as an enhancement talent on WWF TV between 1994 and 1997, he eventually became a full time WWF roster wrestler in 1999 when he became Joey Abs, a member of ‘The Mean Street Posse’.

Their gimmick was that they were spoiled, rich childhood friends of Vince McMahon’s son, Shane McMahon.


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