Just hours before his meeting with Vince McMahon, an optimistic Brock Lesnar sat down with WWE.com to talk about his departure last year, possible upcoming return and more.
I ve had some contractual disagreements with WWE, as well as a lawsuit. But I m ready now to see if we can do some business together.
It wasn t easy for me to leave, claimed Lesnar in regards to his 2004 departure from WWE. I struggled with the decision for a while. I realize people have their opinions about me leaving, and they re entitled to those opinions. That s why they live in America.
After making the decision to leave WWE, Lesnar set his sights on becoming an NFL star. His unsuccessful pursuit to the gridiron was highly publicized, but it was one he still looks upon fondly. I m glad I did it. I didn t want to look back years from now and regret not taking that chance, said Brock on his decision to try football. I m done with football now, though. Like I said yesterday, professional wrestling is in my blood. This is what I want to do. You only get one life to live, and I ll be damned if I m not going to live my life to the fullest.
If all goes well between Lesnar and McMahon today, the former WWE Champion still has to consider how he will be received by the WWE Superstars. I have to take into consideration that this is a business, replied Lesnar regarding any ill feelings toward him. Hopefully, a return is what everybody wants to see. I can tell you that I will commit myself to be the guy I was in the ring before I left. If there s problems from the boys, that s not my problem. I never had a problem with them. They ve been nothing but great to me in the past.
If I do come back, though, people should be aware that they need to be on their toes, Lesnar continued. There ain t nobody that can hold a candle to me.
Stay tuned to WWE.com as more on Brock Lesnar and his meeting with Vince McMahon becomes available.