WWE CEO Vince McMahon took Twitter to wish Brock Lesnar on the latter's 43rd birthday. On his social media post, Vince McMahon shared a heartfelt message in which he was seen counting Lesnar's numerous accomplishments in the WWE as well as in other combat sports.
Here's what he had to say about Brock Lesnar:
He’s been three-time Universal Champion, five-time WWE Champion, UFC champion and champion in the NCAA. There is only one like him in the world. Happy Birthday, @BrockLesnar!
Brock Lesnar was last seen on WWE television at WrestleMania 36. At the PPV, we saw him lose his WWE Championship to Drew McIntyre that marked the beginning of an excellent title reign for the 'Scottish Psychopath' on RAW.
Recently, there were backstage reports suggesting that WWE were initially planning on bringing back Brock Lesnar for SummerSlam 2020. However, given the fact that the PPV is now scheduled to be taped at the Performance Center, WWE wants to refrain from using Lesnar for this show.
The reason behind this decision is said to be the fact that WWE want to save the Beast Incarnate's dates for when the fans return. That's not to say that Brock Lesnar will not perform at the Performance Center if he is asked to do so.
As reported earlier, Tom Colohue had discussed Brock Lesnar's current state with WWE and said that WWE boss Vince McMahon's relationship with Brock Lesnar is similar to the former's relationship with The Undertaker.
"I know that's a popular perception, but if Brock Lesnar got us to come down to an NXT rerun that was bound to get less than 20 thousand views, he would come down, he would come down for the payday, and he would come for the respect he has for Vince McMahon. The relationship between Brock Lesnar and Vince McMahon is very similar to the relationship between The Undertaker and Vince McMahon."
Lesnar has had several memorable moments inside the squared circle, and he is expected to create a lot more of those in the coming days. We, at Sportskeeda, wish him a Happy Birthday and hope that he will reunite with Paul Heyman soon on WWE.