Brock Lesnar On WWE Lifestyle, How Wrestling Helped His Career

Published On 08/11/2011 | By Staff | News

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Brock Lesnar spoke to TWP Magazine about his new book “Death Clutch” and various other subjects, here’s what he had to say:

On WWE: “These guys, they just don’t have another life. When they go home, they really can’t get out of tune with their on-stage persona. There’s really no time. I think the biggest thing is there’s really no downtime for the human body to recover, and more importantly, for their mind to recover where you’re constantly on the road, and in a program where you can’t get outside to take an outside look at what’s going on – guys resort to all kinds of extracurricular activities.”

On what being with WWE has done for his career: “I’m not stupid – without the WWE, the WWE made me a household name and increased my value tenfold before I even pursued the UFC. Could I be where I am today without the WWE? Probably not. Could I be drawing the same numbers that I’m drawing? Probably not. I brought a lot of fans over, a lot of crossover fans that I brought, just from the general public and WWE fans, I believe.”

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