WWE superstar Brock Lesnar made an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show on Monday morning to promote WWE Elimination Chamber, which takes place this Saturday in Saudi Arabia.
When asked if he cares about being on many people’s Mount Rushmores of pro wrestlers, Brock Lesnar stated flatly that he doesn’t. To him, making money and wrestling are the only things that matter.
Lesnar stated, “I don’t care or give a sh-t.” “I’m not joking. As though I couldn’t care less whether I’m in the Hall of Fame or not. I’ve completed my task. It makes no difference to me. I don’t give a damn if I leave a legacy. What matters to me is that I’m a nice person, a good father, and all that. That is extremely essential to me.
“Wrestling’s Mount Rushmore?” Yes, there are a lot of men. Isn’t it true that this is a company about making money? Unfortunately, if you weren’t generating money, you wouldn’t be conducting a podcast. The world revolves, the NFL revolves, everything revolves around turning dollar bucks, dude.”
Finally, Brock Lesnar considers himself lucky to still be at the top of the WWE food chain and to have contributed to the company’s continued success. He’s also looking forward to competing in the Elimination Chamber match on Sunday, which he has never done before.
Lesnar stated, “I feel blessed that I’m still able to be on top and accomplish it.” “To be a part of a corporation that Vince McMahon helped to soar, and now to be a part of this Pay-Per-View.” We’re travelling to Saudi Arabia this weekend for the Elimination Chamber, and we’re excited to be a part of it. It’s my first time, you know, going into the Elimination Chamber.”