WWE star Brock Lesnar spoke about the increased schedule he’s worked recently with Dan Gelston of the AP. “Vince (McMahon) got his checkbook out and he’s writing more checks,” Lesnar said. “But I have a limit and we’re at that limit right now.”
Lesnar also spoke about the business side when he was asked about WrestleMania moments. “This is a job and I’m not caught up into it like maybe I’m supposed to be,” he said. “I approach this as, I’m a skilled worker. I clock in, I clock out. People pay to watch me and, by chance, I guess they find me entertaining. … When I look back and what I’m proud of is the money in my bank account.” Read the full story at Bigapstory.org.
Powell’s POV: Lesnar has never hidden his business first approach, so these comments shouldn’t surprise anyone. The bottom line is that when he clocks in, he performs at a high level. Plus, he also spoke in the interview about how he loves being in the ring and how he works the same regardless of how many people are in the building.
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