Reason why Brock Lesnar left WWE's developmental system

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Reason why Brock Lesnar left WWE's developmental system

Brock Lesnar is certainly one of the most loved and most talked about characters in the WWE Universe. Despite them by now, he has not been a WWE wrestler for a long time, he is always the object of attention of the WWE Universe with several daily news concerning him.

Currently, The Beast Incarnate is a Free Agent and all the fans of Vince McMahon's company are waiting to know if and when the wrestler will return, especially if he will perhaps return for the event of the year at Wrestlemania 37.

Waiting to know this, further updates have arrived regarding the Jim Cornette Drive-Thru transmission. Over the course of his career, Brock has repeatedly left the company where he worked out of the blue and obviously, this also happened in WWE with the wrestler who has repeatedly surprised the professionals and wrestlers with this choice.

Brock Lesnar’s OVW exit and WWE debut

During the show, Jim Cornette revealed this about Brock Lesnar. Here are his words: "He just wanted to leave the city of Louisville (the city where he trained with other wrestlers).

It was 2001, he didn't like training, he didn't like doing anything. He also hates hanging out with other people and believe me, I don't know many people who would positively associate with Brock Lesnar. He just wanted to get his check back and train with Olympic wrestler Brad Rheingans.

So they sent him home for six months and then he went straight to the main roster." This is just one of the many situations involving Brock Lesnar, a particular wrestler who, for better or for worse, has certainly made the history of Vince McMahon's company.

Recently, WWE Champion Bobby Lashley also spoke of a possible return of Brock Lesnar in the company, suggesting that he would like to have a match for the title, perhaps at Wrestlemania, against The Beast Incarnate. Of course, before doing that he has to beat the competition with many rivals who are ready to grab the title of The All Mighty.

Fans are well aware of Brock Lesnar's accomplishments as a WWE Superstar. He has done it all in pro-wrestling and will go down as one of the biggest attractions this business has ever seen. Bobby Lashley, on the other hand, has worked his way to the top over the past three years and was finally given a big push when he won the WWE title on last week's RAW.

Fans have speculated that Brock Lesnar will come back on the road to WrestleMania 37, as WWE needs a big name like him for the Show Of Shows. If WWE does manage to get The Beast Incarnate to return, a match between these two behemoths at this year's WrestleMania can't be ruled out.