“You wanna do it?” Nope! Apparently, former WWE superstar Brock Lesnar never wanted to return to his fake fighting ways in order to settle things with the almighty ‘Undertaker.’
“That thing just took on a life of its own,” Lesnar told Yahoo! of the WrestleMania rumors. “I’m a fighter. There wasn’t anything there. I never pursued anything, no.”
After getting mauled by Cain Velasquez at UFC 121 for his title, Lesnar returned to hibernation in Minnesota’s backwoods. The rumor mill subsequently went bananas, churning out one inaccurate piece of information after another.
“When I go dark, people have to talk about something. I don’t have any control over that, nor do I really care. I’m just glad they’re still talking about me,” Lesnar expressed. “It’s a funny thing. I go sit in my deer shack or my fish house and you guys (in the media) still talk about me and I don’t even have to say a word.”
However, when you are as successful and controversial as the 265-pounder is, most of the chatter will be on the negative tip. Then again, Brock has been around the block and back, so he understands it’s simply par for the course.
“It’s just the Internet, and it’s because of those things right there,” Lesnar stated while pointing at a laptop. “People can say anything they want and not have any credibility or nothing. It’s just the world we live in. I don’t get caught up in any of those things.
“I don’t surf the web. I don’t look up my name and who’s talking about me.”
Lesnar and Junior dos Santos began serving their terms as opposing “The Ultimate Fighter 13” coaches on Monday. The heavyweights will then square off in a top contender matchup once filming wraps.