20 Things We Learned From Brock Lesnar On Stone Cold's WWE Network Podcast

Austin vs Lesnar at WrestleMania 32? Nah, it ain't happening...

This was the most anticipated WWE Network podcast yet, featuring a man who normally shies away from doing any type of media appearances and has no qualms with speaking his mind regardless of who it may offend. Just a few days out from his match with The Undertaker at Hell in a Cell, Brock Lesnar sat down with Stone Cold Steve Austin to talk about life inside the wrestling business and beyond. It's a rarity to hear The Beast speak through his own voice rather than Paul Heyman's so we were all anxious to hear what he'd have to say. There was also rampant speculation that the two men would follow up on the incident between Austin and Heyman when the latter appeared on his own episode of Stone Cold's show and run an angle that would hopefully lead to a match at WrestleMania 32. So what happened? Read on and find out.

20. Playing Well With Others

We open with Brock looking absolutely miserable sitting behind the table, probably wishing he was out in the woods killing grizzlies with his bare hands. He thanks Steve for having him on the show and the two joke about how if this episode doesn't kick *ss it might be the last one. Austin talks about Lesnar's reputation for being hard to get along with and not liking people and asks if he does it on purpose. Brock replies that he realizes he may come off arrogant but that it's not intentional, it's just how he was built and who he is. He says he always had a chip on his shoulder and was the kid beating up other kids on the playground. Steve asks if he was ever picked on and he says no, he was the one doing the picking. Brock said he had to work hard to achieve what he has, and his passion allowed him to become who he is today and he applied that passion to the weight room which is why he looks the way he does.

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