posted on May, 30 2004 @ 02:05 PM
Mark Craig of the Star Tribune recently sat down with Brock Lesnar in Arizona, where Brock was working out. The two spoke about which football team
Lesnar could be headed to, and the use of steroids. Lesnar also gave a deep explanation of him leaving a $9 million a year contract for a possible
minimum contract of $230,000 a year.
The following is a short excerpt from the article.
If it takes a minimum of two years on a practice squad and possibly two seasons in NFL Europe, as some have suggested, then why in the name of WWE
founder Vince McMahon is Lesnar doing this?
He said he was tired of traveling and performing 280 nights a year. He missed his 2-year-old daughter, Mya, and craved the kind of unrehearsed
competition he experienced in amateur wrestling.
"I wanted to play football out of college, but I followed the dollar signs instead of my heart," Lesnar said. "I decided I didn't want to look back
when I was 50 and wonder if I could have played in the NFL."
Last week, as Lesnar neared the end of another steamy day of training at the high-tech Athletes' Performance Institute (API) in Tempe, Ariz., his
"performance specialist," Luke Richesson, told him to reach down, grab a barbell weighing more than 500 pounds and stand up with it twice.
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