In the latest edition of Ariel Helwani's MMA Show, we saw the well-known WWE manager Paul Heyman as a special guest. At the moment the current adviser of Roman Reigns has been asked many questions and curiosities and Heyman, in particular, has given the answer above all to what Brock Lesnar is currently doing and what the future holds for The Beast Incarnate.
It was well-known news, but The Mad Genius has confirmed once again that Brock Lesnar is no longer under contract with WWE. Heyman was also asked if we'll see Brock Lesnar ready for a fight in the UFC in the near future.
The main question asked to Heyman, however, concerns a possible return of The Beast Incarnate in WWE.
What is Brock Lesnar doing during his hiatus?
Of course, the money has to be right as well, and once it all comes together, we should expect Brock Lesnar to make his in-ring WWE comeback.
Here's what Paul Heyman revealed about Brock Lesnar's hiatus and return: "Again, it all depends on if there is a worthy challenge and box office appeal for Brock. Brock Lesnar loves being a farmer. He really does, and he enjoys fatherhood tremendously.
And it's not something that he discussed much in public, but he really is a magnificent father to his children. And a great family man, and he loves being a farmer. Right now, he is happy being a farmer. If there is something that WWE or the world of Sports Entertainment can offer Brock Lesnar that intrigues Brock Lesnar, that motivates Brock Lesnar, that inspires Brock Lesnar, that Brock Lesnar can look at and say, 'I aspire to rise to that occasion,' and the money is right.
The business is solid; I'm sure Brock Lesnar would be willing to do it. At this moment, it hasn't happened because it's not there. Again, the world changes like that. It could be tomorrow that Brock Lesnar says, "Oh, that intrigues me, because again, and it's not just a soundbyte, Brock Lesnar does whatever Brock Lesnar wants to do."
Heyman also revealed during the interview that his alliance with Roman Reigns happened after all the stars aligned perfectly. Roman Reigns was ready to return from his hiatus. Helwani also asked Paul Heyman on whether Brock Lesnar would entertain the idea of a potential UFC return.
In response, Heyman noted that Brock Lesnar does what Brock Lesnar wants to do, and no one can change that about the former WWE Champion.