Brock Lesnar: Someone In WWE Needs To Get Over And Work Out How To Put Asses In Seats

Lesnar speaks on what wrestling's really about.

During a recent appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, Brock Lesnar spoke about the problem in modern-day WWE with newer Superstars failing to get over with the crowd. 

"I’m looking at these young kids, and I don’t know. Somebody needs to step up, get over, and figure out how to put asses in seats [...] not worry about [their] next highspot, but figure out how the hell they can be different, like, how can they make money? That’s it. That’s the business.

“The young generation thinks that if they go out and do a certain move and do it over and over, but that’s not the business. There’s a good guy and a bad guy, pitting people against each other, and storylines."

Lesnar is rumoured to be set to headline WrestleMania for the fifth time, reportedly taking on Universal Champion Roman Reigns.

His next appearance will be at this weekend's Elimination Chamber show in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - taking part in the men's Chamber match alongside Seth Rollins, AJ Styles, Riddle, Austin Theory, and current WWE Champion Bobby Lashley. 

H/T to wrestlingnews.co

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