Brock Lesnar Says He’s Not Returning to UFC for the Fans, Talks Being Fortunate at 38 and In WWE

Below is part 2 of Paul Heyman’s new “Heyman Hustle” interview talking Lesnar’s return to the Octagon at UFC 200 against Mark Hunt. The video also features videographer Ary Dalton and some behind-the-scenes footage. Below are a few highlights from the interview, which is just over 2 minutes long:

* Lesnar says he does not feel he has anything left to prove. He’s accomplished a lot of great things and feels very fortunate that he’s 38 and working for WWE, now able to step foot back into the Octagon. Lesnar says not many people are able to do that and not many can pull it off as he’s one in a million

* Lesnar says he’s not here to compare himself to anyone else or prove anything. If he gets anything out of this, he might want to extinguish some bad feelings in regards to his last UFC fight. Lesnar says he really feels he lost to diverticulitis last time. He says he’s not doing this for the fans really, he’s doing it for himself. If fans are excited about his return, that’s good, but this is for him. He appreciates if 2 million want want to tune in next month but he’s not going to change, this is all about him. Lesnar ended the interview by saying he’s very excited about the fight

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