What Paul Heyman told Brock Lesnar before his last WWE match



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What Paul Heyman told Brock Lesnar before his last WWE match

It's been over a year now since Brock Lesnar's last match in WWE. The wrestler, called The Beast Incarnate, was one of the company's biggest attractions of the third millennium and even today, despite being stationary and far from the wrestling world, WWE Universe fans are curious about his situation.

With the public's return to WWE for Wrestlemania 37, there were many rumors about an alleged return of Lesnar in the company, but in the end, nothing has been done and at the moment there are no real clues regarding his alleged return to WWE.

Brock Lesnar's last match was held at Wrestlemania 36 where the wrestler was defeated in a WWE Championship match by Drew McIntyre. It was an anomalous match, also dictated by the fact that, given the absence of an audience, due to the Pandemic linked to Covid-19, the show was clearly conditioned.

Paul Heyman has revealed what he told Brock Lesnar before the latter's WWE Championship match with Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 36.

Paul Heyman has moved on from Brock Lesnar

WWE Mad Genius and former Brock Lesnar manager Paul Heyman spoke this way during the Sports Media with Richard Deitsch podcast.

Lesnar's manager also clarified why he did not announce Brock Lesnar's name to Wrestlemania 36 on that occasion. Here are his words about it: "We were at Wrestlemania 36, the Main Event was Brock Lesnar vs Drew McIntyre.

When we came out and were about to enter the ring I told Brock I couldn't announce it. I couldn't do it because that was our magic and without my partner, I couldn't do anything. My partner was the audience and it became clearer to me as I got closer to the ring."

On that occasion, Brock Lesnar was beaten after a short time and no WWE fan would have expected an absence of so long from that specific day. Paul Heyman is currently the advisor to another major WWE star, Tribal Chief Roman Reigns.

Brock Lesnar lost the WWE Championship to Drew McIntyre in the main event of WrestleMania 36. Fans knew that Lesnar would be taking a hiatus from WWE following the match but little did they know that they wouldn't see him in the ring for more than a year.

Paul Heyman went on to align himself with a repackaged Roman Reigns on the SmackDown brand. Heyman and Reigns' association has proven to be a big draw and it looks like we are going to see them together for a long time to come.