WWE Monday Night Raw Superstar Roman Reigns recently spoke to the United Kingdom's Express and addressed the rumors of Brock Lesnar possibly leaving WWE to return to the Ultimate Fighting Championship, as well as Roman's relationship with WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon and the entire McMahon Family.
Brock Lesnar possibly returning to UFC:
“We saw what he did last time, his last fight was (against) Mark Hunt, I believe, and he looked great. At his age, he’s not getting any younger, so I think this is the time to pull the trigger when it comes to that. It’s important that WWE superstars are successful in other genres of entertainment. I support him fully in what he does, and it’s pretty neat to be able to watch him going to the Octagon after wrestling.”
His relationship with Vince McMahon and the McMahon Family:
“All the McMahons are great people, and if you know them, you get to talk to them on that level. It’s very easy to see them, they’re very personal, and that’s key – you have to build a relationship. It’s not just with the McMahons, it’s everybody. It’s just about getting to know people and a lot of people getting to know you.
"I can’t say Vince has ever done me wrong. Regardless of all the fantasy bookers out there, at the end of the day, life’s been pretty good for me in the wrestling business, so I have to attribute a lot of that to the relationship that I do have with Vince and the way that he has always taken care of me. He takes care of all of us. To have that responsibility and that role is not easy – to be a provider and a protector, and that’s what he is. I think along with everybody else, I can say that we are all very grateful.”