M&F: Are you concerned about being able to hang with the young superstars?
Brock Lesnar: I don’t want to delegitimize the younger stars, but there’s not one person in that locker room who can even attempt to hold my jockstrap.

Who’s tougher, UFC President Dana White, or WWE Chairman Vince McMahon?
They both have a lot to offer. They both took their companies to a new level. They’re shrewd businessmen. I think they want to produce the best product with the best talent, and I don’t have a bad word to say about either of them.

How is your strength training set up now?
I do a two-days-on, one-off split. I have a push day where I do chest, shoulders, and triceps, and a pull day, which is back and biceps. Then a day of legs. Days I wrestle are off-days. I do cardio every day, mixing it up with the elliptical, jump rope, and treadmill if it’s too cold to run outside. We’ve got four feet of snow here [in Minnesota] now and it’s cold as a witch’s tit.

What did you miss most about the WWE?
Being in front of a live audience regularly.

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