Brock Lesnar is a veteran star and is one of the successful stars in the sports industry. Whereever he has gone, he has returned becoming a Champion as he is certainly a conqueror. Whether its WWE, UFC or NFL, he has won it all in the fields he steps foot in. Another successful name in the industry is of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson who has had a successful run in the WWE and now he is enjoying his stint as an actor.
Brock Lesnar reveals how achieved success in his career
‘The Beast Incarnate’ revealed how over the years he has worked hard and his indomitable spirit has kept him going. His determination has made him such a huge star in all the fields he has decided to try out his luck. He went on to name The Rock, Vince McMahon, and even Pat McAfee who are successful with their work ethics. He finds similarities with them in regards to work ethics and consistency.
During a recent interview with Alfonso A. Castillo of Newsday, he was asked what he would say to people who would argue that Lesnar is in his position because of the way he looks, Lesnar said:
“I think when I put my mind to something I become totally invested. Think about this: I grew up in West South Dakota and started wrestling when I was 5 years old. All I ever wanted to become was a champion. I became a champion wrestler. I wanted to play in the NFL. I did that. I wanted to fight. I became the UFC heavyweight champion. I wanted to farm. I wanted to be a butcher. I wanted to do all these things. When I put my mind to whatever I want to do, I get it done. And that’s consistency . . . I just have a work ethic like no other, and it shows.”
“If you followed me around for seven days, you would understand why I am who I am. And the people that get ahead and are successful — like Dwayne Johnson, and Vince McMahon and Pat McAfee — are just go-getting [expletive] that refuse the answer “no.” And that’s what’s lacking in this world. I think there’s a lot of laziness.”
Brock Lesnar is set to face the WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns in a Winner Take All Match at WrestleMania 38 which will take place on Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3 from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.