- Alex Pawlowski
- JAN 10, 2017
- 7:00AM EDT
So last night while Raw was going on in New Orleans, while Roman was losing the US Title to Jeri-KO, while Shawn Michaels was plugging his new faith-based movie, while his old nemesis The Undertaker was officially entering the Royal Rumble, Brock Lesnar was not in the Smoothie King Center. He wasn't in New Orleans. He wasn't in the state of Louisiana, or indeed anywhere in these contiguous United States. No, instead he was in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, a mere 25 hour, 1662 mile drive up Interstates 55 and 29. He was attending a hockey game between the hometown Winnipeg Jets and the Calgary Flames.
He and his wife and kids sat in one of the luxury suites to watch the game, and he was interviewed by the in-game host, Brody Jackson, during one of the timeouts, and broadcast on the JumboTron for all to see.
They even gave him a jersey.
You can watch the interview here:
He was asked if he was a lifelong Jets fan and he said "yes, but just for tonight." (I think that actually means "No," but we'll let it slide, because we think he might hurt us.)
Now, something that you'll notice in the video is that one of his sons looks exactly like him.
It's like he made a clone of himself in a lab or something.
Anyway, here's another video, this one showing Brock and his family talking to the players in the locker room after the game:
We'll see what Brock has to say for himself, or probably rather, what Paul Heyman has to say, next week on WWE Monday Night Raw.