Brock Lesnar Says He Has Nothing to Prove at UFC 200, Talks Returning to the Octagon For Himself and Not for the Fans


Below is part two of the Paul Heyman interview with Brock Lesnar, and the following are some interview highlights:

-On returning to the Octagon at UFC 200, Brock Lesnar says he has nothing left to prove in UFC. He says that he is very fortunate at 38 years old to be able to work in WWE and have the chance to get back into the Octagon, and adds not many people can do that, but he is “one in a million.”


-On who he is fighting for at UFC 200, Lesnar says he is fighting for himself. He said he’s not out to compare himself to anyone or prove anything to anyone, but the fight at 200 might help him get over some bad feelings he has towards his last UFC fight. Lesnar says he feels like he lost to diverticulitis during his last UFC fight, so at UFC 200 he is not fighting for the fans, he is fighting for himself. He says it’s great if 2 million people tune in to watch him fight, and are excited about it, but that’s not why he is doing it.

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