WWE's Paul Heyman was a recent guest on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show, touching on a number of topics relevant to his professional wrestling career, including the future of one Brock Lesnar.
On what would need to happen for 'The Beast Incarnate' to mount a wrestling comeback, Heyman said "It depends on if there's a worthy challenger and enough box office appeal."
"He's very happy being a farmer and a magnificent father to his children," Heyman added. "However, if there's something that WWE can offer that'll intrigue, motivate, or inspire Lesnar, and if the money is right and business is solid, I'm sure he would be willing to do it."
Business as usual for Lesnar, then.
Paul went on, saying that the reason Brock hasn't been seen since WrestleMania 36 is simply because an acceptable offer hasn't arrived yet. "The world changes with the snap of a finger," he said.
It was reported in late August that Lesnar's WWE contract had expired, making him a free agent. His 'Advocate,' Heyman, has already moved on to managing a former rival in Roman Reigns on SmackDown, helping the heel 'Big Dog' to a Universal Title win at Payback 2020.
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