it was just an interview, im pretty sure he didn't analyze it
I'm pretty sure his answer suggests otherwise:
A: They are equally dangerous. You are putting yourself at risk every time you step into the octagon or a pro wrestling ring. With fighting — beyond the obvious risks associated with an actual fight — no matter how careful you are, there is a possibility of injury every time you train. One advantage with fighting is that you can take some time off to let injuries heal up and, generally, you’re not traveling excessively. In pro wrestling, being on the road and taking bumps in the ring almost every night takes a real toll on the body.
he couldn't put one above the other because of the publicity.
Yeah, Lesnar's known for his PR
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"I don't like gays. Write that down in your little notebook. I don't like gays."