“Good for Youtube” Brock Lesnar talks about Logan Paul’s WWE debut

Brock Lesnar expresses his opinion on Logan Paul debuting at Wrestlemania and his career as a professional wrestler

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During a conversation with the New York Post, WWE Champion Brock Lesnar discussed Logan Paul. The YouTube sensation and his brother have made a name for themselves in boxing and wrestling. That is something that the Beast believes is beneficial to YouTube and for which they have worked.

Brock Lesnar discusses about Logan Paul’s career as a professional wrestler

Logan Paul at Wrestlemania 38
The Mysterios vs The Miz and Logan Paul

At WrestleMania 38, Logan Paul will enter the ring for the first time to compete in a WWE match. However, this won’t be the Youtuber’s first Wrestlemania as he was at the show last year where he ate a Stunner from Kevin Owens post a confrontation with Sami Zayn. Logan is back in the ring this time, teaming up with The Miz to take on Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio.

The reigning WWE Champion Brock Lesnar has his take on this. Brock told the New York Post, “Great for YouTube. I’m happy for those guys. They worked at something, they built their name up. They thought outside the box, they promoted themselves.” The Beast also shared his opinion on the possibility of the YouTube phenomenon becoming a WWE Superstar. “Will he be able to make a living as a professional wrestler? Perhaps if he puts the same amount of effort into it,” said Brock.

Logan Paul at Wrestlemania 37

Brock Lesnar went on to discuss the importance of hard effort overall. Whether it’s in wrestling, MMA, or farming, The Beast has stretched himself throughout his career. It’s something he’s proud of, but he reckons that anyone could succeed in that environment. Nevertheless, it all boils down to laziness, which Brock finds irritating. Brock had a motivational sequence of words for this as we quote them below:

“These things aren’t given to me people. I take them. I f–king take everything that I want because I put my mind, my heart and my soul into it,” Lesnar said. “I’m a butcher, I’m a farmer, I’m a father, I’m a husband. I put my whole f–king soul, into everything I do. I don’t think people do that. Could you do your f–king job better? You probably could. I think everybody could. That’s the laziness, that’s the compliancy. That’s what pisses me off.”

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