WWE fans, who have been wondering about Brock Lesnar, need to worry no more — he is enjoying nature and has adopted a drastic new look to go with his unexpected passion or career.
The athlete more or less vanished after taking part in WrestleMania 36 in April, and this week, he reappeared on social media thanks to a fan.
After the professional wrestler lost to Drew McIntyre, he quietly returned to his farm in Canada, where he is doing what he loves — being in nature, growing fruits and vegetables, fishing, and hunting.
Lesnar is also bonding with his family while in quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic. He briefly left his farming duties and popped in town, where he took a picture with an adoring fan while rocking a full goatee.
The American-Canadian entertainer looks very different with blond facial hair. The retired mixed martial artist is known for his impressive tattoos, clean-shaven, and almost military-like look.
However, it seems that he has decided to ditch the famous look that he rocked when he won the world champion title eight times in professional wrestling. It is not known if this is a permanent look or if he is just trying a new style while in quarantine.
As for the Beast Incarnate’s next career move, it is very much up in the air. Lesnar is a free agent because his contract with WWE expired in August, and there are no talks about a renewal.
Lesnar’s longtime friend, Paul Heyman, spoke to ESPN and made this revelation: “Right now, he’s very happy being a farmer and a magnificent father to his children. However, if there’s something that WWE can offer that intrigues, motivates, or inspires Lesnar, and if the money is right and the business is solid, I’m sure he would be willing to do it.”
The professional wrestling manager and commentator went on to explain: “At this moment, it [a comeback] hasn’t happened because it [a worthy offer] isn’t there. Again, the world changes with the snap of a finger. It could be tomorrow when Lesnar says, ‘Oh, that intrigues me.’ Again, it’s not just a soundbite, but Brock Lesnar does what Brock Lesnar wants to do.”
Heyman also spoke about his friendship with Lesnar by saying: “Now, if you review how Roman Reigns debuted on the main roster, it was just about 8 years ago to the day where Roman Reigns debuted as part of The Shield.”
A quick return to the WWE seems unlikely, especially after the organization gave up on trademarking his name.