Brock Lesnar: Someone Needs To Step Up. Get Over. Figure Out How To Put Asses In Seats

Brock Lesnar wants new Superstars to get over and gives his thoughts on the current landscape in WWE.

Nobody has had a run in WWE like Brock Lesnar. Making his debut on the Monday Night Raw after WrestleMania in 2002, Brock Lesnar was WWE Champion by SummerSlam of that year the main event for the entirety of his run until WrestleMania 20 in 2004 where he lost to Bill Goldberg.

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Lesnar then returned in 2012, ten years to the day after his original debut, and has spent the last decade dominating WWE as its most prevailing part-time Superstar.

Brock Lesnar accomplished all of this And became a star during a time when WWE was filled with Legends still near the top of their game such as Steve Austin, The Rock, Hulk Hogan, Triple H, Undertaker, and a returning Shawn Michaels.

Now, Brock Lesnar, on the Pat McAfee Show, says he wants to see a new crop of talent figure out how to get over, row marking that he would like to see last of an emphasis on moves and more experimentation and figuring out how to be different in today's WWE.

"Now I'm the old bastard walking the hall. I look at these young kids and, I don't know. Someone needs to step up. Get over. Figure out how to put asses in seats and not worry about your next high spot. Figure out, 'how the hell can I be different. How the hell can I make money?' That's the business. The young generation thinks that if they go out and do a certain move and they do it over and over, that's not the business. There is a good guy and bad guy like Holyfield and Tyson, mega heavyweight, pitting people against each other, storylines. That's what was fun about me coming back this time, the storyline with Roman Reigns and being with Paul Heyman for 15 years. "

Elsewhere on the podcast, Brock Lesnar further explained why he believes the wrestling business is all about making a profit. Read more here.

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