"For Brock Lesnar, money is everything," said ...

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"For Brock Lesnar, money is everything," said ...

He has been absent from the WWE rings since Wrestlemania 36 but Brock Lesnar continues to be a major topic of discussion for fans of Vince McMahon's company. The WWE Universe continues to debate when the wrestler will be able to return to the Stamford Company ring or any other wrestling ring.

During the Kurt Angle Show, former WWE superstar Kurt Angle talked about many themes, dealing with 2006 Judgment Day and a match he had in NJPW with Brock Lesnar years ago. During the broadcast Angle recalled the match in New Japan Pro Wrestling against Lesnar and commented as follows: "I remember Brock Lesnar took me to Japan, we faced each other in a match and then he asked me to talk about a rematch, so he wanted to make even more money.

For Brock Lesnar, money is everything, he is a very strict businessman. Everything revolves around money for him and they come in front of everything, in front of his passion and in front of the rest " Speaking in detail he then he commented: "He told the New Japan Pro Wrestling folks that he wouldn't lose to anyone but Kurt Angle.

So they called me. He then told me to attend the press conference and I had to sit next to him. It was all his strategy and he said: You say you want a rematch against me. At the time I didn't really know but I heard Brock Lesnar was making a lot of money on these matches.

Brock Lesnar had been champion for some time and then they wanted to take the title off him, he said only Kurt Angle would beat him." Kurt Angle and Brock Lesnar challenged each other in a title match that lasted about 10 minutes at the IGF event about 14 years ago.

Angle was one of the greatest wrestlers in WWE history and left the company in 2020 when he surprisingly released Kurt Angle in the traditional April 15th releases.

John Cena Sr .: "The new Undertaker and Kane are..."

John Cena Sr. can't understand why WWE didn't want to turn Bo Dallas and Bray Wyatt into modern versions of Kane and The Undertaker. In 1997, the character of Glenn Jacobs made his federation debut in Stamford as the brother of The Undertaker.

The two superstars continued to interact with each other for the next two decades, eventually becoming iconic faces of the company both in the eyes of fans and their peers. Speaking with Dan Mirade of Boston Wrestling MWF, the father of 16-time world champion John Cena criticized WWE's choice of not giving Dallas enough opportunities.

The former NXT champion was expected to engage in a feud with another much-discussed wrestler, namely The Fiend. He said: "WWE has missed a huge chance to give life to the new Kane and The Undertaker, who could have looked like Bo Dallas and Bray Wyatt.

Maybe I have a different view of how to use superstars, but when you have such talents you have to build something better for them. I immediately understood that those two guys had what it takes to do something great, but for some reason the WWE didn't want to press their brains."

In John's opinion, Otis is also set to leave WWE soon. The latter collaborated with Tucker from 2016 to 2020, before the latter received the compliment from Vince McMahon to general amazement. "I don't think Otis will stay in the company for long, I'm afraid his departure is imminent.

Comedy in wrestling doesn't work, especially that way. Do not fall into humiliation or denigration of women or other professionals. I do not like. I know that I will receive some criticism for these words of mine, but it is my sincere opinion. Otis has no real place in WWE."