"Who is Brock Lesnar? I'm an ass kicking son of a bitch. I don't respect anybody. I don't care what people think about me. I could give two shits who I piss off throughout my entire day, all right? I came back to the company because I want to be a WWE champion again. I don't give a fuck who's in my way, as long as I get the pure satisfaction of getting my hands on my opponent and making him feel my pain. That's what makes me happy. If you want to wrap your head around my world, you're going to have to understand one thing: I enjoy hurting people.
"Everything that has been put in front of Brock Lesnar, I conquered, I defeated. I win when I have to win. Hell, I'm coming off the biggest win of my career in the WWE. I just beat the Undertaker. The thing is, I knew I was going to beat the Undertaker. Everybody knew I was going to beat the Undertaker, they just didn't want to believe it. For god's sakes, why wouldn't Brock Lesnar be able to beat the Undertaker? Because he's some mythical god? It's not rocket science, people. Why wouldn't Brock Lesnar be able to beat the Undertaker? Why can't Brock Lesnar beat John Cena at SummerSlam?
"I'm going to rip John Cena limb from limb and it's going to be ugly, people.
"I left this company, went out and made a name for myself. I came back to be the WWE world heavyweight champion. But if I would have stayed here, there would be no such thing as John Cena. Nobody would know who John Cena is. He would have been buying boxes of Fruity Pebbles and eating them at home instead of getting paid to eat them.
"I'm going to rip John Cena apart at SummerSlam and then I'm going to stand before him holding the WWE world heavyweight championship with pride.
"I'm going to leave him in a pile of blood, and urine, and vomit."
"You're going to ask probably a lot of questions about a lot of accomplishments that I've had. I would much rather not talk about myself, my successes. That's... I'm very fortunate to be where I'm at, but I think the reason why I am where I'm at is because I don't do anything but look forward. I see what's in front of me. That's it. Brock Lesnar is easily the most difficult person I've ever been in the ring with. He's also the most gifted athlete I've ever seen. His height, his weight, his strength, his mobility, his agility, his endurance, his mean streak. The good news for me is I've been in the ring with Brock Lesnar and I know what I'm in store for.
"It is and will be the toughest match of my life. Paul Heyman went out a few weeks ago and said I'm in for the beating of a lifetime. That's like going out and saying the sun will come up tomorrow. Of course, I know that, I know that. But I also know what it takes to beat him.
"I want to be the one that beat the one.
"Brock Lesnar left at the right time because if he had stayed, there would be no Brock Lesnar. He left, he found something he was extremely successful at where he could have one fight every so often. Now, he comes back for one fight every so often. He's a mercenary. He's a hired gun that works for money, period.
"I speak very passionately about this because I love this company, and for 12 years I have dedicated my life to this company. Twelve years, every show, all the time. I'm not going in to lose, I'm going in to win."