Brock Lesnar has a second business

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Brock Lesnar has a second business

Despite the upheavals due to the sensational departure of Vince McMahon from WWE, the company has done a great job in recent weeks. Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan as CEO, while Triple H was put in charge of the creative team as a whole.

The 14-times world champion, who retired from wrestling shortly before WrestleMania 38, has already put his creative touch on the shows and brought back several stars to WWE who had been released, such as Dakota Kai, Karrion Kross, Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman and Dexter Lumis.

SummerSlam, the most important pay-per-view of the summer, was a success across the board, especially thanks to the main event that left fans stunned. The 'Biggest Party of the Summer', which took place in August at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, gave emotions and twists, with Brock Lesnar shocking the fans present in the arena, literally demolishing the ring aboard a farm tractor like the ones he uses on his Canadian ranch.

After the summer Big Four, Lesnar reappeared in the WWE rings to go in a match against Bobby Lashley, at Crown Jewel, only to disappear from the scene again.

What's next for Brock Lesnar?

Apparently, according to Triple H himself in one of his last interviews, Brock Lesnar would have an entire line dedicated to him, of a famous brand of American dried meats.

It is not a novelty, in fact, that sees The Beast really love both hunting and breeding, so much so that Lesnar himself personally slaughters several of his cattle, as reported in several photos in the past. Nobody knew, however, that Brock has his own personal line called Bearded Butcher Brock Lesnar Beef Bites, with the same WWE COO who wanted to reveal it to the microphones of SPORTSbible's Snack Wars.

Regarding this topic, Hunter has in fact revealed: "Now we have Jack Link's Beef Jerky Original. I'm a fan of beef jerky. You know what, Brock Lesnar has his own line of beef jerky, which is also very good." Apparently, Lesnar's jerky wouldn't be very cheap though, with the price of a bag hovering around $10, for four ounces, which would be about 100 grams.

As per Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, there is definitely something in the works for Austin's return match. However, it is being kept a secret for now. ''Austin vs. Lesnar would be gigantic business wise but I’d be more trepidatious on that one, but it’s not like the two of them don’t have great respect for each other.' '