Brock Lesnar said it best himself: "Brock Lesnar does what Brock Lesnar wants to do."
The former UFC heavyweight champion returned to the WWE in 2012 and has made history since resuming his wrestling career.
He soundly defeated John Cena to become world champion once again - on a part-time schedule - and he ended The Undertaker's famous WrestleMania streak with a famous win at the 30th edition of the event.
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When the WWE refused to suspend, or even test Lesnar after the Beast Incarnate was notified of two potential anti-doping policy violations by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), it was clear that the 38-year-old is not shackled to the same rules as everybody else in the company.
Given that Roman Reigns had to deal with a recent suspension and Alberto Del Rio and Paige currently are, it's not like the Wellness Policy isn't in full effect.
And how does Lesnar repay that kind of freedom? By doing whatever he wants.
According to NODQ.com, Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com suggests Brock Lesnar's line on RAW where he said "I don't give a s--- about your kids!" to Heath Slater was not part of the script. Lesnar is reportedly not in any kind of trouble despite others getting in trouble or even being fired for making questionable remarks.
It was pretty cool to see Lesnar get that intense with Slater, and the line definitely popped the crowd, but there is no doubt that around 80 percent of the rest of the locker room would have been fired after a comment like that on live TV.
Brad Maddox was fired for saying the world p---- during a live event. He's nowhere near the attraction of Lesnar, granted, but there is still some glaring inconsistencies with the company and, particularly, with Lesnar.
The one in 23-1 has also been known to bleed in matches when that is explicitly forbidden in today's WWE.
Do you think Lesnar should be held to the same rules as everybody else in the WWE?