WWE star Brock Lesnar appeared on ESPN’s Mike and Mike radio show to promote SummerSlam. Here are the highlights.
On whether Vince McMahon welcomed him back:
"Absolutely, it was good. It was really good. We see eye to eye a little better now. Our relationship I think is better than it has been."
“ I left the company and basically made my own brand, made Brock Lesnar and went to the UFC. I just didn't come in there lightly. I rocked the cage and won a championship. And leaving there, there's a lot of credibility to that, and it brings a lot of credibility to WWE."
On being a heel:
"It comes very natural to me. Now they're digging it. When I first came back, they weren't digging it. Now I'm getting cheered out of the building."
On whether UFC 100 or WrestleMania is bigger:
"Honestly, last night at Raw in Minneapolis, Target Center, I had a great homecoming. I haven't been in front of my hometown crowd in a long time. It's been about ten years. It was a great experience. But UFC 100 or WrestleMania? WrestleMania, I mean last year we had 80,000 people. It's all electrifying, but when you're in competition in UFC, I wasn't able to absorb any of that ever because you're going out to hurt somebody. It's a whole other mindset. My years in UFC, I don't remember anything other than being a stone cold, barbarian killer."