Several people within WWE thought Brock Lesnar’s apology after UFC 100 was interesting, given the fact that he rarely cut any promos or spoke while working for WWE. His manager Paul Heyman did most of the speaking for the former champ during his pro wrestling days.

It’s also interesting to note that it’s now been about five years since Brock left WWE, after a four-year career with the company.

For those who missed it over the weekend: After UFC 100 on Saturday, Lesnar was forced to make a public apology for going on a heel-like tirade after his victory against Frank Mir which included badmouthing of official UFC sponsor Bud Light.