Top WWE Main Event Name Discouraging Company Interest In Brock Lesnar; Why The WWE Mega Star Has An Underlying Conflict Of Interest In Lesnar Working Wrestlemania XXVIII This Year, 100% Confirmation That Lesnar Thinks He Will Work For Vince McMahon In WWE Again

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Following his sudden retirement from UFC, Brock Lesnar remains a hot topic in many circles. One rumor that continues to be in circulation is the chance of Lesnar working Wrestlemania XXVIII in Miami this year.

I'm told by a source with knowledge of the WWE mindset is that "it would be too hectic" to get Lesnar out of his UFC contract in time to compete at the pay-per-view this year. My source says with The Rock already in place to headline the show, the feeling is it would be more logical to try and secure Lesnar's services for Wrestlemania next year.

If Brock were brought in this year he would be programmed with The Undertaker which would bump Triple H off his preliminary planned re-match challenging "the streak." This is another roadblock for Lesnar working Wrestlemania XXVIII this year as it would leave Hunter with nothing to do on the show with any sort of importance.

Needless to say there is an underlying conflict of interest with Hunter trying to subdue any talk of attempting to bring Lesnar in for Wrestlemania this year as it would eliminate his spot on one of the big matches on the show. (Click here for preliminary Wrestlemania XXVIII plans)

For those doubting Lesnar would be interested in a WWE return, check out this quote from an interview he did with last October while promoting his inclusion in the WWE '12 video game.  In his comments, he not only furthers a program with Undertaker but says he thinks he will work for Vince McMahon again:

"I was a true wrestler. I was a Division I national champion. I came into the business wanting one thing and one thing only, and that was to be the champion, and I wasn't going to let anybody stand in my way. I think there was one guy that had a problem with that and that was Undertaker. If I were to have gotten in the ring with him I would have ripped his arm off and f------ beat him with it."

When asked if he thinks he'll return to WWE for one more match, Lesnar responded:

I think I will. I think under the right circumstances I will. I think if Vince McMahon and I were able to sit down at the same dinner table and break some bread that we could come up with some kind of game plan. At the end of the day, I'm an ultimate fighter. That's who I am and that's who I'll always be. I was an entertainer but at the end of the day, I'm still as real as it gets. I think a lot of things have to fall in the right places for something like that to happen.

The interview is still online at this link.

Wrestling News World reader Brett Bault also sent in the following screen capture from Lesnar's book, "Death Clutch: My Story of Determination, Domination, and Survival":

  • Jason

    Please get either Sting (longest-shot) or Lesnar to face Taker at Mania. I don't want to see another injury filled match between Taker and Hunter!

    • BollyMexCPhT

      But but but its supposed to have HBK as ref…..

  • sdd619

    Triple H is a legend, so why not use that to help an upcoming star like Cody Rhodes or Drew McIntyre. You know a rub?

  • havoc525

    This is the type of thing that pisses people off at Triple H, and makes them talk about his marriage. He is, and always has, been more worried about HIS spot and HIS payday. I remember hearing how Undertaker had personally requested working with Barrett last year, to give him a rub, suddenly Triple H jumps in and says “this is MY check, damnit.” He’s had 2 matches with him for it, and lost both. Enough already, give someone else a shot.

  • urnemystic

    Seriously how is triple H supposed to have any sort of credibility after losing twice to the deadman at wrestlemania? OH i know we'll make the ref someone else that has lost to him twice at wrestlemania. There is nothing (in my opinion) to make it exciting. Id rather see them use booker t, mick foley or even nash if they want a legend. Even a losing effort could help elevate a worker such as barrett or sheamus if done properly. WWE IS LAZY AND LOOKING FOR QUICK FIXES.

  • Roy1951

    Triple H has had issues with the return of the Rock, Stone Cold, Mick Foley, the Dudley Boyz and now Brock Lesnar. But Kevin Nash gets randomly thrown in the middle of the hottest storyline of last Summer. Which I’m still trying to figure out how where it made sense. And somehow his judgements are still credible!!! I’m starting to question the judgements of Vincent K. Mcmahon for even entertaining the thought of placing Hunter and Stephanie in charge after his departure. While I understand this is a family run company, he should do everything under the sun to convince Shane to take the throne. He seems to be neutral, never placing himself in front of what’s best for business and in touch with what the fans want. Comeback SHANE PLS COMEBACK!!!

  • PhilT81

    I like Triple H, but I also like Shane McMahon – but which is better? There’s only one way to find out… fight! Bring back Shane for a whole new angle with Triple H about who takes control of the company when Vince retires. Angles come off best when they are very close to reality… and Shane is as capable of working matches as Hunter is at this point.

  • Cheddar

    "This is another roadblock for Lesnar working Wrestlemania XXVIII this year as it would leave Hunter with nothing to do on the show with any sort of importance."

    There is nothing important about watching something that has happened 20 times in a row. The only way the streak becomes important is when someone ENDS IT. Until then, chalk up another example of backstage politics!

    I know wrestling is fake, but that doesn't mean we can't appreciate the art of it! So make it suspenseful and not predictable. We all know that the movie "Die Hard" is fake, but Bruce Willis makes it believable. Watching a couple of 40 year olds go at it in the ring with the same outcome looming is not only boring, but disrespectful to my intelligence..