Brock Lesnar seems to be one of the last approachable WWE Superstars the company has ever seen, but it seems he has a soft part for his younger fans.
Lesnar is arguably one of the most legitimately baddest men on the planet. His accolades include an NCAA Division I Heavyweight Championship, wins over some of the most dangerous mixed martial artists of all time, a UFC heavyweight championship win, a stint in the National Football League (NFL) in which he came extremely close to making the final roster of the Minnesota Vikings, and of course his numerous World Titles in WWE.
"The Beast" isn't much of a people person, however, as he rarely makes appearances to meet fans, hardly does interviews, and even has his longtime advocate Paul Heyman do his talking for him on the microphone on WWE TV.
Lesnar hasn't really opened up on WWE TV since his early days with the company after breaking up with Paul Heyman, but today he is very much protected while under the WWE banner. Last night on Monday Night RAW Lesnar again took center ring alongside Heyman, as the advocate hyped his match this weekend against WWE Champion AJ Styles at Survivor Series.
After the promo was finished and Lesnar began making his way backstage and up the ramp, he stopped for a brief moment to shake the hands of two young WWE fans who were looking in awe of him ringside.
Lesnar shook the two young boys' hands for a moment and then went on to snub the extended arm of a female fan behind the boys. You can check out the interaction here below:
What are your thoughts on Lesnar briefly breaking character to shake the hands of two young WWE fans in the front row? Do you think this is something that "The Beast" should do more often? Or should he instead continue to play up to his monster character and avoid interacting with fans in such a nice manner? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!
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