When Brock Lesnar isn’t selling a spray to destroy human odor from blood-thirsty herbivores, he finds time to write his autobiography. Above is a lackluster video
warning preparing fans the upcoming release of his autobiography. The book is titled “Death Clutch: My Story of Determination, Domination, and Survival” and is co-written by Paul Heyman, who worked with Lesnar during his time in WWE and has remained friends and counsel to since then.
To be fair, for a man barely over 30, he has led a very strange and full life, going from college wrestling to professional wrestling and becoming a UFC heavyweight champion almost seamlessly (except for the time he was part of the Minnesota Vikings, but that is best left forgotten). You would think he would be more enthusiastic when it came to shilling his upcoming book, but I will forgive him because he looks like he is a member of Hell’s Angels in this video. Seriously, who else can rock that beard with a bandana and leather jacket? All he needs now is some aviator glasses and a Harley and he’s ready for Sturgis!
In the meantime, we are still left to speculate Lesnar’s next move, as he has expressed interest in re-joining WWE while Dana White smartly says no. Lesnar keeps very tight-lipped when it comes to his personal life and his business life, much like a kayfabe pro wrestler, so we really won’t know until it happens. Where would you rather see Lesnar, back in the octagon or F5’ing people in the ring?