Brock Lesnar signed a new deal with WWE last year but Brock recently told The Associated Press that he’s already reached the limit on his schedule.

“Vince (McMahon) got his checkbook out and he’s writing more checks. But I have a limit and we’re at that limit right now.”

Lesnar also talked about how he simply approaches wrestling as a job. He says it doesn’t matter how many people are in the stands, because the attendance isn’t going to have an impact on how he approaches his match at WrestleMania.

“This is a job and I’m not caught up into it like maybe I’m supposed to be. I approach this as, I’m a skilled worker. I clock in, I clock out. People pay to watch me and, by chance, I guess they find me entertaining. … When I look back and what I’m proud of is the money in my bank account. There could be five people in the stands or 100,000 people, I don’t treat it any differently. I approach the competition the same. That’s just my mentality. I don’t get caught up in the business. I show up, I do my job, I collect my check and I go home.”

Brock Lesnar will be facing off against Dean Ambrose tonight in a no holds barred street fight at WrestleMania 32.