Brock Lesnar appeared on ESPN’s SportsCenter on Tuesday night for Jonathan Coachman’s weekly segment focusing on WWE.
When asked about the most difficult accomplishment of his life, Lesnar says it was winning the NCAA championship. That one took a long time to train for, since he was wrestling from the age of 5. That said, none of his accolades have been easy.
Coach asked about his favorite WrestleMania moment. Lesnar says he doesn’t really have a favorite moment because he’s looking to the future. He’s looking forward to beating Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose at WWE Fastlane on Sunday, then going on to main event WrestleMania 32.
Lesnar talked about his botched Shooting Star Press from WrestleMania 19, noting that it wasn’t a good idea.
Regarding Paul Heyman, Lesnar said his career wouldn’t be where it is today without Paul. They’re like bread & butter, they’ve been successful for years and they just work. He says they work very well together and Heyman has been there supporting him since day one.
When asked about Daniel Bryan’s retirement, Lesnar says Bryan made a wise choice. Lesnar doesn’t even know how many concussions he’s had. He commended Bryan for understanding there’s more to life than wrestling, fighting or football.
Regarding Ronda Rousey’s admission that she was suicidal after getting knocked out by Holly Holm, Lesnar said he’s a big fan of Rousey but you have to learn that you must lose before you can win, you have to be able to get back on the horse. One fight isn’t going to make or break her career. they talked about Rousey possibly wrestling for WWE and Lesnar said she can do whatever she wants. Right now, Rousey has a lot on her plate with her MMA & movie careers. At some point, she’ll have to take a step back and decide what she really wants to do.