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Samoa Joe Opens Up On Match With Lesnar


Samoa Joe was a guest on Raw Talk following his WWE Extreme Rules main event win and subsequent No. 1 contender status. Joe stated that although he feels terrible physically, his “glorious win” makes him feel better about himself and his immediate future.

Joe also commented on his upcoming preparation for his match for against Brock Lesnar at Great Balls of Fire:

“My preparations will be not very different from what I already do. And you’re right, this is a dream match to many people in this world. Cuz let’s face it; we all try to act like we’re good people. We all try to act like we love and care about each other. But me vs. Brock Lesnar is what people really want. It’s when you wake up in the morning and you look for conflict. You look for two gentlemen who will do whatever it takes to beat the other man into submission. You think about me, and you think about Brock Lesnar. And I am more than prepared to take myself to that very very deep, dark, and violent place to get the job done. And I’m just very happy that I have this opportunity to do so.”

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