“Culture over there is so much different,” WWE veteran reveals the only place Brock Lesnar could make his wrestling return after serious allegations

Brock Lesnar is one of the biggest stars in professional wrestling to have graced WWE with his presence.

“Culture over there is so much different,” WWE veteran reveals the only place Brock Lesnar could make his wrestling return after serious allegations

Brock Lesnar (via WWE)

The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar was a shocking name that came out in the Janel Grant harassment case. With Vince McMahon being the main culprit, Brock’s name was added to the whole scenario. This has not only affected his public image but also scrapped his plans with WWE. The Beast was scheduled to have a run on the Road to WrestleMania 40, which is impossible considering the seriousness. However, WWE veteran Eric Bischoff thinks that Lesnar could land in Japan for his future endeavors.

While speaking on 83 weeks w/Eric Bischoff, he claimed that there are no chances of Brock coming back to WWE. Conrad Thompson brought out a clever point that justified Lesnar’s permanent departure, saying that The Next Big Thing has been leveraging WWE and UFC for years. But now that both companies coexist, there are chances of Brock being a private person and getting away from wrestling.

Bischoff, on the other hand, mentioned that maybe in Japan, The Conqueror could find his place. Eric glorified the Japanese culture as being so different that they wouldn’t pay close attention. He did not specify about NJPW but added that they don’t have the kind of awareness and focus brought in by media on their product. Bischoff sees a scenario where Brock could be approached by Japan to perform over there for a truckload of money.

I mean, maybe in Japan, because first of all, they don't care. The culture over there is so much different; they're not paying close attention; you don't have the political correctness.
Eric Bischoff about Brock Lesnar in NJPW

It has been reported that Lesnar was supposed to return to the Royal Rumble 2024. His appearance would have four eliminations before being eliminated by “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio. His ire would get over on the Raw next to Rumble and witness him battle it out with Mysterio at the Elimination Chamber, Perth, 2024. Then his bout at WrestleMania 40 would have him face Gunther for the Intercontinental Championship.

Eric Bischoff states yet another option for Brock Lesnar’s future

The potential departure of Brock Lesnar from WWE has been in the talks for a long time. His allegations have fueled the discussion vigilantly that The Beast Incarnate would never come back with a corrupt image. If that is the case, then Eric Bischoff sees a viable option that would suit Lesnar for his future.

Eric Bischoff and Brock Lesnar
Eric Bischoff and Brock Lesnar (Via YouTube/83 Weeks and WWE)

On the same podcast, Eric claimed that Brock has been a private person and is never motivated to be a public figure. Thus, he obviously would not try to reclaim his fame or redeem his sins for the sake of his career. Bischoff added that he would continue his farming hobby without any resurrection.

Plant more potatoes, soybeans, or alfalfa whatever it is you do on your farm. That's what I would think Brock's going to do. I don't think there's any motivation on his part to try to resurrect his career. A, he doesn't need to, and B, he doesn't like it.
Eric Bischoff about Brock Lesnar’s future

The wrestling veteran advised that if Lesnar had enough money, he would buy another farm or a John Deere tractor. Focus on planting more potatoes, soybeans, or alfalfa. Eric concluded that Brock does not need to resurrect, nor would he like to do it at this stage of his life.

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