Dutch Mantell claims that Brock Lesnar allegedly turned down the opportunity to face Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 39 due to the WWE star’s peculiar persona. Wyatt’s wacky on-screen attitude sometimes makes light of his competitors. For instance, when their conflict started last month, he urged Bobby Lashley to “draw up his trousers and do the muscular man dance.”
The humorous section received harsh criticism from many viewers. According to Dutch Mantell, a renowned professional wrestling booker and manager, Lesnar probably sought to maintain his intimidating reputation: Now we see why Brock turned down the Bray Wyatt match because he said, “Now you’re going to make me a cartoon figure, and that’s essentially what they would do, even if I have no idea how they would do it.”
Nonetheless, it doesn’t really play to Brock’s strengths. One of the few superstars with a real fighting history on the WWE roster is Lesnar. The 45-year-old won the NCAA Division I Heavyweight Championship in 2000, as well as the UFC Heavyweight Championship in 2008. The three-time world champion’s stock has dropped recently, despite the fact that many people were thrilled when he returned to WWE in October 2022.
According to Dutch Mantell, Brock Lesnar chose wisely when he supposedly declined the chance to compete against the former head of the Wyatt Family: “In fact, it brings him down to Bray’s level, and he doesn’t want to go there.” I don’t believe Bray is gone as he believes.” In WrestleMania 39, Lesnar will now go up against Omos. The bout between Bobby Lashley and Wyatt was supposed to take place during the event, but it now seems uncertain.
One of the most well-known figures in WWE right now is Brock Lesnar, The Beast Incarnate. Since his debut in 2002, he had been forced. Lesnar informed management that he would leave the company after WrestleMania 20. Although it appeared that the company was not happy by his choice, there was panic when he made his official statement backstage.
In numerous interviews, Brock Lesnar expressed his dissatisfaction with the WWE’s demands for constant travel and appearances. He did like being in the ring, but he had no interest in the other aspects of the business. Lesnar, who was overburdened, decided to leave the organization and later pursue an MMA career.