Brock Lesnar WWE: 'The Beast' offered to lose match as his opponent's friends were in the crowd

What a good man Brock Lesnar is

Brock Lesnar has the perception of being one of the scariest men in wrestling, but the former WWE Champion reportedly offered to do a rather nice thing for another member of the roster.

While speaking on a YouTube Q&A, which you can check out below, John Bradshaw Layfield (JBL) revealed that Brock Lesnar once offered to put him over as his friends were in the crowd for his match.

JBL recalled that 'The Beast' offered to let him win over of their matches at a show in Abilene, which would have presumably been a live event. 

“I was working with Brock [Lesnar] in Abilene and I said to him, ‘Hey, Brock, I wanna talk to you,’ and Brock responded, ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah, your college buddies are here. I’m gonna put you over.’ I said, ‘Brock, they don’t care who goes over. I couldn’t care less. If you win, I win, it doesn’t matter.’ I said, ‘We’re going to a place afterwards,’ and that’s what I was telling him.”

This is just the latest example of Brock Lesnar being a pretty good dude, something that Seth Rollins recently opened up about, which you can read more about by clicking here.

Brock Lesnar returned to WWE at SummerSlam in August after a 16-month hiatus, confronting Universal Champion Roman Reigns after his main event match with

Reigns and Lesnar are set to go one-on-one next week at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia, with the match on October 21 set for Reigns' Universal title.

Brock Lesnar WWE SummerSlam

Brock Lesnar has been in the news lately, with reports suggesting that his match with Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel will be his last with WWE in 2021.

The report notes that Brock Lesnar is not slated to work again until the Royal Rumble in January 2022, likely spoiling that he won't be winning the Universal Championship next week.

You can watch WWE Crown Jewel on October 21 live in the US on Peacock and in all other international markets on the WWE Network.

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