The Beast’ Brock Lesnar has changed since he returned to WWE. Ever since Brock came back to WWE at the SummerSlam PPV last year, he has been more vocal, jolly, and overall entertaining.
Recently, Brock appeared for a candid interview with SmackDown commentator Pat McAfee where he subtly took shots on Dwyane ‘The Rock’ Johnson and claimed that his chest size is bigger than The Rock.
Now, there’s no denying that The Rock and Brock Lesnar have probably one of the best physiques in the pro-wrestling. Both the heavyweights have set personal benchmarks while lifting weights. However, with all this done, Lesnar feels like his chest is better than The Brahma Bull.
‘The Beast’ recently appeared in an interview with Pat McAfee on his ‘The Pat McAfee Show‘. During the interview, Pat asked Lesnar about his workout regime and wanted to know whether the chest size of The Rock is 52 inches or not.
Brock subtly burst into laughter and noted that he wears suits with sizes 54-55 inches around his chest, indicating that Rock’s chest is less than his.
“Come on, Dwayne [‘The Rock’ Johnson]. I wear my suit coat is 54-56 [inches],” he said.
Brock Lesnar beat The Rock to win his first Championship in WWE
Back in the early 2000s, there was no other dominant superstar than Brock Lesnar in WWE. Yes, the company had all-time greats like The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Kurt Angle, and many others, but the impact Lesnar created on the scene was godlike.
‘The Beast’ Brock Lesnar ticked all the boxes about what Vince McMahon looks for in a wrestler. He (Lesnar) had a massive built and, coupled with his brute strength, the WWE Chairman pushed Lesnar to the moon.
Soon, Lesnar got in a feud with The Rock, and by this time The People’s Champion made it clear to the WWE authorities that he is considering Hollywood as his full-time career.
Eventually, the two heavyweights met at the SummerSlam PPV, and the fans couldn’t ask for anything else. After several minutes of back and forth, Lesnar defeated The Rock to become the then-youngest WWE Champion.
It was this win against The Rock that put Lesnar as a dominant force, and the rest is history.