This week, Brock Lesnar was on ESPN's SportsCenter to talk to Johnathan Coachman about Daniel Bryan's retirement from the WWE.
The former WWE superstar retired from the company last week on Monday Night Raw due to ongoing concussions making it unsafe for him to wrestle again.
According to NoDQ, The Beast revealed that he, like Bryan, had suffered from multiple concussions himself, more than he can count on both hands.
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He said: "I think he made a wise choice. Over the years, I can't even count on both my hands the amount of concussions that I've probably had and didn't even know, just because of the business that I've been in.
"But, I mean, when you can step away and put your health before your pride and the things that you love to do and understand that there's more to life than wrestling or fighting or so be it, football, whatever it may be, you've gotta take a step back and realize that someday, if you want some longevity, you gotta make the right decision.
"I tip my hat to Daniel and I think he made the right decision."
Hopefully, this doesn't mean Lesnar will be suffering the same fate as Bryan the next time he has a concussion. It's a wonder if the WWE knew this before they gave him a new contract to stay with the company, rather than let him sign with UFC.