Former UFC Champion Brock lesnar had a lot to say about his MMA Career, his interactions with Dana White and if he’ll ever return on yesterday when he met with WWE Superstar “Stone Cold” Steve Austin on his Podcast.
“It wasn’t a bluff,” “I felt robbed by diverticulitis. I felt robbed by being sick. I was feeling good and it took me a couple years to start feeling good. I’m at home, I’m working out, my life is great, everything’s in tune, my contract’s coming to an end with WWE, hey it’s been a great time but something’s missing.
“I was up front and totally honest with the company and told them I’m really thinking of pursuing getting back in the Octagon.”
“You saw me (at 100 percent) in the fight against Randy (Couture) but it got worse,” Lesnar said. “When I’d get halfway through a training camp and I knew something was wrong. There’s something physically wrong with me so I need to figure it out.”
“I started training camp. I wanted to test myself and see where I was — not more physical, but mentally,” Lesnar said. “I wanted to see the mental challenges that it was going to take. If your head’s not in the game, the last place you want to get into is in the Octagon.”
“It was really unfair for me,” Lesnar said. “To this day, I don’t know if I’d be a pro wrestler if I hadn’t gotten sick. I may not be here. I’d still be banging heads.”