I’m a Brock Lesnar fan. And according to Rajah.com, he was backstage at Raw, but ended up walking out before the show aired. The gist of the story is that Brock wants to be able to fight in UFC while under contract with the WWE, which I think Vince should let him.

Brock is fun to watch. He’s the beast, and he’s probably the hardest in ring worker we’ve had in the last thirty years. I’d put him, Cesaro, and John Cena right up there at the top. You tune in to watch Brock Lesnar. He reminds me of a young Mike Tyson. I had a friend whose dad always bought Mike Tyson pay per views. The match hadn’t start yet, so the dad goes into the next room to get a beer. By the time he got back, Tyson won with an 18 second knock out.

Watching Mike Tyson highlights, most of his matches in his prime would be something like this: The first round goes by without too much happening (if he didn’t already knock out his opponent), then about a minute into the second round, Mike Tyson would land one great punch. The crowd would erupt, and Mike would look like a shark who smelt blood. The next thirty seconds would be complete hell for his opponent, until he gets the knock out. Half the crowd would be Mike Tyson fans, and the other half would tune in to watch him lose.

That seems to be about the same exact situation as Brock Lesnar. And if I’m Vince McMahon, I KNOW that I have a beast. I do basically anything I can do to keep him in the WWE and keep him happy for as long as I can. I let him have two or three dates in UFC a year, and I work with him 100% to keep him in the WWE.

Brock working both companies would be what’s best for business. It gets his UFC fans to tune in and maybe give the WWE a chance, and it gets his WWE fans an opportunity to watch him prove his worth, once again, in the UFC.

The Rock showing up between movies, and letting Brock work in the UFC at the same time. Both of these are what’s best for business.

When I was young, you just didn’t SEE Hulk Hogan. I remember once, about six years old, they had a Saturday television show. At the start, they advertised Hulk Hogan. They kept up at it, for the entire show, saying, ‘Still to Come: Hulk Hogan.’ Then the show got to about three minutes left, two minutes, and I was like, ‘Bullcrap. The only reason I watched this whole thing was to see Hulk Hogan. And he never showed up.’ I thought they were going to play some pre-recorded show or something. But they didn’t. Hulk really only worked pay per views. He didn’t even show up on day time television. He barely showed up on Monday Night Raw. It was the same as with Brock Lesnar. Your biggest stars, you just have to do things like that.

I don’t think C.M. Punk will ever come back, but if he did, he’d basically have Vince by the balls. He’d have the idea to look into Vince’s eyes, Triple H’s eyes, and say, ‘We either do things my way, or we don’t do them at all.’ And they’d let him.