Brock Lesnar Explains Why He Doesn’t Care About WWE Hall Of Fame Induction

Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar has done it all in WWE, often more than once, meaning that one day he will surely be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Not that the man himself seems to care all that much.

From his remarkable ascent to the top of the company in just a matter of months in 2002, to his legendary feud with The Undertaker which saw him end The Streak, Lesnar has had a a career very few can hope to match. Throw in numerous World Title reigns, a couple of Royal Rumble wins and many more achievements and accolades, the star has carved his own unique place in wrestling history.

“I Don’t Give A F*ck” – Brock Lesnar On The WWE Hall Of Fame

During an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show back in February, Brock Lesnar gave the world a glimpse at the man behind the intimidating character he presents on television. As part of the interview, Lesnar discussed the perception that he doesn’t really care about wrestling. The Beast explained that while he’s always motivated when he’s getting in the ring, that’s where it ends, and he doesn’t really care what legacy he leaves behind as he’s more concerned with other things.

“I don’t really care, or give a sh*t, if I’m honest. I’m serious, I don’t. Like, I don’t give a f*ck if I’m in the Hall of Fame or not. I’ve done what I did. I don’t care. I don’t care if I’m leaving a legacy behind. What I do care about is, you know — I’m a good person, good dad, all that stuff. That’s important to me. Mount Rushmore… there’s lots of guys. This is a business about making money, okay?”

Brock Lesnar was most recently in action at WWE Crown Jewel 2022 where he defeated Bobby Lashley. It is unclear when the star will be retuning to the ring.

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