Brock Lesnar has been a Free Agent wrestler for some time, now we have not seen him on a wrestling ring since the edition of Wrestlemania 36, about a year, but despite this when it comes to him there is always a lot of noise.
Interviewed during Ace's High series, the wrestling legend and eight-time heavyweight champion IWGP (Title defended in New Japan Pro Wrestling) Hiroshi Tanahashi heavily attacked Brock Lesnar, both for his ways in the ring and above all for his behavior outside the federation.
Tanahashi recalled that he had to face Brock Lesnar in a title match in 2006, but the match did not take place due to visa problems of The Beast Incarnate and not only due to the words of the wrestler. Here are the heavy statements of him: "Within lu and Riki Choshu tells me that Brock Lesnar will not come.
I was totally stunned and disappointed as if the world before me had darkened. I never knew the contractual issue and the pros and cons, but I think it was a question of money, yes, money was at the center of everything. It would have been a fantastic challenge for the IWGP title, the fans were already excited for that match but suddenly everything was gone.
In my career, I have had several shocks but this was perhaps the biggest " Then the wrestler criticized Lesnar: "To be honest I have never come into contact with what Brock Lesnar thinks, he has a totally selfish way of conceiving the wrestler and to be honest he doesn't fight but he just beats people.
In the end, he doesn't care where he fights but his goal is just to get money."
Hiroshi Tanahashi on Brock Lesnar's wrestling style
Over the course of his career, Brock Lesnar won the IWGP heavyweight title and also defended it against current WWE superstar Shinsuke Nakamura.
He had problems with the federation and so Tanahashi took the vacant title. Currently, Lesnar is Free Agent, there was talk of his possible return to WWE for Wrestlemania 37, but in the end (it can be said a few days after the event) it did not go well.
Brock Lesnar had a dominant run as the IWGP Heavyweight Champion. He even defended his title against current WWE Superstar Shinsuke Nakamura in January 2006. Lesnar was ultimately stripped of the IWGP Heavyweight Championship due to visa issues, and Hiroshi Tanahashi won the tournament held to win the vacated title.