Matt Riddle continues his one-sided war of words with Brock Lesnar.
In a special interview with NXT's Jeremy Borash, Matt Riddle was once again asked about one day facing the current WWE Universal Champion.
"Retiring Brock, that's no secret. That's been the goal since I started wrestling since the very beginning," said Riddle. "I like to set goals that seem impossible. Only one person can retire Brock Lesnar. Only one person can end his career. That person is gonna be me. I don't like how he does it. I don't like the respect that he shows. And I don't like the work rate that he puts out. I think he's capable of more. Maybe it doesn't work out the first time. But I guarantee you, I'm going to beat him. And I'm going to retire him."
Riddle first expressed his desire to retire in 2017, before he was even signed to WWE/NXT. Since then, he's consistently brought up Lesnar and his plan to retire The Beast, stating that he wants to do it at WrestleMania.
Lesnar is scheduled to face Seth Rollins at this year's WrestleMania while Riddle remains in NXT. You can view the full interview with Riddle in the video above.