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WWE News: John Morrison Takes Shot at Brock Lesnar's Physical Shape

LAS VEGAS - JULY 11:  Brock Lesnar reacts after knocking out Frank Mir during their heavyweight title bout during UFC 100 on July 11, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images)
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Gone Baby GoneContributerApril 23, 2012

In the end, I guess everyone's a critic.

For the past few weeks, many people have questioned the WWE's signing of Brock Lesnar. "Is it a good thing or is it a bad thing?"

Another issue that has been noted is Lesnar's shape, as it appears he has lost some muscle mass since his last UFC fight in December.

Now a former WWE employee has weighed in on the Lesnar situation. John Morrison took to his Twitter with the following message for John Laurinaitis.

To me, you can take this one of two ways. The first is, Morrison recently launched a fitness program and this is his way of saying that due to his program, he is in better shape than some of the current WWE stars. The second is, maybe—just maybe—Morrison is gearing up for a comeback, and upon his return he would like to face Lesnar.

Any way you slice it, one thing is for sure—Lesnar is here and there is nothing that can be done to change that. I personally feel that, regardless of the shape he is in, Lesnar is not going to make himself look bad. The man has built up too big of a career and legacy to comeback with a half-hearted approach.

So, even if he has not been able to maintain his normal workout regimen, Lesnar is going to be intense, and he has already proven that he is ready to go. Ultimately, we are less than a week away from Extreme Rules and this will be Lesnar's time to prove all of his critics wrong.

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