Brock Lesnar, the man whom once had to beg the Chairman of the Board of WWE for a match against former WCW wrestler, and former WWE World Heavy Weight Champion, Bill Goldberg at WrestleMania 20 is now feuding with McMahon’s son-in-law, Triple H, 9 years later, of course. After wrestling that match against Goldberg, which received abysmal reviews from wrestling critics, the Minnesotan left the company to pursue a career in Pro Football, which didn’t turn out to well for him, but he went back to Pro Wrestling, just not with WWE. – – – In 2005, Lesnar signed a contract with New Pro Japan wrestling, his stint, there, however was much shorter lived than his first run with the global phenomenon, World Wrestling Entertainment.
Next thing you know, Brock Lesnar signs a contract with the UFC. – – – Lesnar may have felt he had something to prove, that he took competition seriously, or that he felt what he did in Wrestling was very real to him. The once promoted “Next Big Thing” didn’t disappoint, as he went on to claim the UFC Heavy-Weight title, whether or not it was a fluke, there shouldn’t be any denial that the UFC is the real deal. Not only did he do that, but Lesnar accomplished a State Championship in High School wrestling, and he won it all at the collegiate level at the university of Minnesota.
Lesnar was a heavily scouted prospect for McMahon’s Juggernaut. Brock told Vince, according to McMahon himself in an interview from 2004 that Lesnar wanted to either: Go to WWE, or go to the NFL. McMahon made sure to tag the monster. He did. He also made him the youngest WWE Champion in WWE history (24 years old). Lesnar would go on to impress many pro-wrestling fans for 2 years. For two years Lesnar was at the top of the company, feuding with the company’s top wrestlers, with guy’s like the Undertaker, Eddie Guerrero, Hulk Hogan, The Rock). That shows a lot of promise for someone who’s first stint with the company was his first two years. Lesnar, however got tired of traveling, or the people involved with the company, or just people themselves. Brock left, he walked out on Vince McMahon, who gave him something Vince hasn’t given any wrestler quite that quick in their career before.
He spat in his face, rejected him.
Than he came back the night after WrestleMania 28, and he attacked the face of the company, John Cena. Brock could have very well been the face of this company for the past nine years, but he rejected that.
That might be the reason there is some bad-blood between McMahon and Lesnar.
Brock Lesnar is no entertainer, he made sure to remind Vince McMahon about that at the end of last month’s last episode of Monday Night RAW. Now he has the chance to tell his son-in law how he feels.
He’s a monster.
He’s Brock Lesnar.