Arn Anderson is currently working for AEW in major AEW storylines and he recently spoke about Brock Lesnar vs Cain Velasquez in WWE. Arn is a former professional wrestler who made a name for himself in the world of professional wrestling by fighting some of the best wrestlers in the world during his time.
Arn runs his own podcast and he spoke about Brock Lesnar vs Cain Velasquez on it. He believes that the match actually played out well even though it ended quite quickly.
Arn Anderson on Brock Lesnar vs Cain Valezquez in WWE
"No, when you got heavy hitters like that and you got heavy hands as those guys do - those heavyweights, man - they will knock your head completely off," Arn said.
"Well, the lightweights will too, but the heavyweights are just...you don't see a lot of five-round fights with two top heavyweights. I mean, you just don't. It could go in 30 seconds, it could go five rounds and they beat themselves into a coma just about.
I've seen both ways. "So, we knew that Brock was going to go for the kill just by his nature and Cain Velasquez was a really skilled guy. That's what he trained for. He wasn't a professional wrestler or anything else.
He's a professional fighter. So, we knew that one had the potential to have a quick finish and fireworks and it did." Cain made his WWE debut in October 2019. Cain lost to Lesnar at the following Crown Jewel event. He was going to be present to fight at Royal Rumble but suffered an injury.
WWE released Cain in April as part of their budget cuts. Arn commented on Cain’s future in the world of professional wrestling and whether or not Cain would actually work for another wrestling company or not in the future.
"Well, I don't know. You'd have to ask him," Arn Anderson said. "I think he has so much raw athletic ability and he has such a look. I mean, he scares me just looking at him on TV. He's got that 'Eye of the Tiger' gimmick.
I think if he truly has always been a closet fan and loved wrestling as a kid like most of us and grown-up, but he just took a different path as far as the UFC and MMA. stuff. If it's still kind of stirring in his belly. When things heat back up, I wouldn't be surprised to see him get re-signed with WWE, because I don't think they've got the full benefit out of him and I don't think he's had a chance with enough training and some on the job training with some skilled talent that we've seen the last or the best of him."