Like he told Heath Slater on Monday Night RAW, Brock Lesnar "doesn't give a shit" about WWE's TV-PG rating.
It's no surprise to many that Lesnar's remarks towards Slater on the August 15 RAW was not in the script for the show, but from what reports indicate, it does not appear that Lesnar does not have any heat backstage for the remarks. Lesnar is also still having his USADA failed test case from his UFC 200 fight against Mark Hunt under investigation. Lesnar was not publicly disciplined by WWE, but is on temporary suspension by the Nevada Athletic COmmission.
The segment in question took heath Slater interrupted Paul Heyman's promo and said that if he beats Lesnar, he will get signed to a Monday Night RAW contract and that he is doing it for his "two girls and all the other kids." Lesnar then promptly said the following, "I don’t give a shit about your kids." The comment was censored, thanks to a delay.
Lesnar invented the widely popular phrase "Suplex City, Bitch" during his match against Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 31, which the WWE marketed heavily.
The timing is worth noting, because Joey Styles was fired by WWE over comments made during a Facebook Live Q&A session, and those comments, while critical of the company, was nowhere near as bad as Lesnar's comments. Brad Maddox was fired last November for using “cocky pricks” during a promo in a dark segment at a SmackDown taping.
It was said in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Randy Orton's comments in a recent video were edited, when he noted that Lesnar left WWE in 2004 because he 'didn't like people.' WWE removed Orton's comments where he admitted he didn't like people either, but was still there.
Lesnar is scheduled to face off against Randy Orton at SummerSlam on August 21. This is Lesnar's first match since his WrestleMania 32 match against Dean Ambrose.