Undisputed UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar traveled to the press conference in Downtown LA this week with a familiar traveling partner, Paul Heyman. The co-author of Brock's autobiography and the writer/producer in pro wrestling who also worked with Lesnar on camera, Heyman posted Brock's candid comments about his stomach ailments and his road to recovery in an interesting article on The Heyman Hustle website (http://heymanhustle.craveonline.com/articles/news/109245-brock-lesnar).
"I am very careful about what I put into my body now," Brock told Heyman, "I learned my lesson the hard way. I look at everything I put into my body as fuel for a premium machine that is heading into the biggest race of the year. I have a lot of people that depend on me winning, and I take that responsibility to heart. I don't put any food or supplements into my mouth, just because I'm hungry. I'd rather wait and eat right than even chance screwing myself up."
"I know everyone thinks I just wear these company's logos on my shirt because they're paid sponsorships," Brock said, "but I've never whored myself out. Not for millions and millions in pro wrestling, not to go play European football, never. I really do use Dymatize. It works for me. Their products made me much healthier, and they're a vital part of my recovery and diet. I believe it, so I say it. If I didn't believe it, they couldn't pay me enough to endorse them."
Said like a true spokesman. But it's the ultimate spokesman. One who doesn't mince words. And one who has a track record of not whoring himself out. Brock Lesnar is the real deal, ladies and gentlemen, and this Saturday night in the Octagon, you can bet he'll prove that against Cain Velasquez.