Lesnar and Heyman
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The WWE and fighting world legend, Brock Lesnar has been out of the WWE for quite a while now. His former advocate and in-ring announcer/manager Paul Heyman was the special guest at the latest edition of Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show.  Roman Reigns’ on-screen manager was asked a plethora of questions, and the most newsworthy of the lot were about Brock Lesnar’s current status and what’s next for the Beast Incarnate.

Heyman revealed that Brock Lesnar is an avid farmer, and the former WWE Champion is currently happy farming during his hiatus. Paul Heyman also said that Brock Lesnar enjoys fatherhood, and he is relishing all the free time on his hands by spending it with his children. Heyman then revealed that Brock Lesnar would be willing to return if WWE offers him a challenge that is worth his time. The former Universal Champion would be up for a return if presented with a challenge that inspires him to reach a whole new level.

“Again, it all depends on if there is a worthy challenge and box office appeal for Brock. Brock Lesnar loves being a farmer. He really does, and he enjoys fatherhood tremendously. And it’s not something that he discussed much in public, but he really is a magnificent father to his children. And a great family man, and he loves being a farmer. Right now, he is happy being a farmer. If there is something that WWE or the world of Sports Entertainment can offer Brock Lesnar that intrigues Brock Lesnar, that motivates Brock Lesnar, that inspires Brock Lesnar, that Brock Lesnar can look at and say, ‘I aspire to rise to that occasion,’ and the money is right. The business is solid; I’m sure Brock Lesnar would be willing to do it. At this moment, it hasn’t happened because it’s not there. Again, the world changes like that. It could be tomorrow that Brock Lesnar says, “Oh, that intrigues me, because again, and it’s not just a soundbyte, Brock Lesnar does whatever Brock Lesnar wants to do.”

Paul Heyman confirmed that Brock Lesnar was no longer under contract with the WWE. Heyman was also questioned about the possibility of seeing Brock Lesnar return to the UFC for an MMA fight. However, the question that would interest most wrestling fans would be about Brock Lesnar’s potential WWE return and what the Beast Incarnate is up to during his time away from the ring.

Even if Lesnar returns to the WWE, will he be managed by Heyman?