Brock Lesnar Leaving UFC Rumors: Lesnar Should Not Come Back To the WWE
We've all heard rumors about Brock Lesnar contemplating to come back to the WWE. Even though chances are small, Vince McMahon might just do it but that will not do any good for Brock Lesnar or the WWE in any way. One time Mania appearance would be amazing but signing a long-term deal will just be sad.
Brock Lesnar is every bit of an animal that he says he is. He is every bit as damn good as he and others say he is. Ever since Brock came to the UFC, he has been making headlines and he has taken the sport, not the company but the sport of MMA, to new grounds. He is a genetic freak who raises hell inside an octagon and who will continue to raise hell inside that steel cage until he can do it no longer. The energy that Lesnar brings inside the octagon is unmatchable and as a result he is one of the more dominant former UFC Champions.
Even when he was in the WWE, he brought intensity and excitement that no one could bring into the squared circle and that is why he stood out. If he had stayed with the WWE then no doubt he would have a stellar career and he would have taken the WWE into the 21st century with a break-neck speed. However, professional wrestling was not his true passion. He was damn good at it but it just did not click for him. He was an animal inside out and he wanted to fight. Then MMA and his principle "I'm either good at this or I'm not" took over and boy he was one of the best after he found out that he was not good at pro-football.
What Should Brock Lesnar Do?
After bouncing back from his loss against Frank Mir, Lesnar was unstoppable. He single-handedly revolutionized the UFC. I can vouch for that because I watched Lesnar pound Randy Couture into the ground and got exposed to UFC. Then I watched Lesnar getting pounded by Shane Carwin and he still came out on top with a beautiful arm triangle, I was hooked. After that I watched Lesnar as he got his face re-arranged by Cain Velasquez, which was unbelievable but still a good and shocking fight. So now that he lost, he wants to go back to the WWE. I'm sorry but that is just plain sad. That fight was embarrassing because he lost in the first round and he didn't even get to pound Cain but that's the way it goes. You lose some and you win some. Just because Brock did not get to have his burrito that day does not mean that he can't get a chance to go back and eat that burrito again. If he does call it quits on MMA then he will still be the baddest man on the planet but he will also earn the award as the biggest coward.
Another reason why Brock coming back to the WWE won't do good for both parties is because of a thing called history. Brock Lesnar is a small-town boy who loves his home in Alexandria, Minnesota. Everyone might be aware that he lives a very private life. He left the WWE back in 2004 mainly because of the travel and the lifestyle that was forced upon him. "Like I said, it’s pretty basic: Train, sleep, family, fight. It’s my life. I like it. ............ I just like being old school and living in the woods and living my life." That's his life and coming back to the WWE will disrupt that with all the traveling and the internet and then what? He takes a dump on the company again and goes on to play pro-baseball or hockey? Brock Lesnar has found is calling in MMA and he should stick with Dana White and UFC. An appearance at Wrestlemania with the Undertaker won't hurt and I'm all up for it but after that Lesnar should go back to UFC and try to get back his burrito.
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