Dana White Confirms Chances Of A Brock Lesnar UFC Return
- Author: Regina Holmes Mar 03, 2018,
Mar 03, 2018, 5:03
While it's unknown what Lesnar's future in the WWE is, it's worth considering the amount of money Lesnar is making despite wrestling on a part-time basis, which could be a huge factor for him to potentially re-sign with WWE once his deal comes to an end. Meanwhile, manager Paul Heyman recently told TMZ Sports that the time away from the Octagon could do Lesnar some good.
Now, let's get to what happened on Monday's Raw.
In just a little more than one month, Brock Lesnar is supposed to defend the WWE Universal Title against Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania 34 in New Orleans. He is also aware that he'll be losing the title to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania.
Reigns cut a scathing promo on Lesnar for not showing up, claiming he had no respect for the WWE. He lost the WWE Championship at the PPV, but has since gone on to win the Universal Championship, headlining several shows along the way. He'd have to re-enter the USADA drug-testing pool and serve the final six months of his suspension before he could have another UFC fight.
Who knows what Lesnar has in store now that his deal is nearly up?
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It sounds like Brock Lesnar may be back in the UFC before much longer. However, Lesnar's backstage drama could turn fans against the champion and into Reign's corner.
Would you be excited to see Brock Lesnar back in the UFC?
It had been promoted that the victor of that match would have a face-to-face confrontation with Lesnar and Paul Heyman on "Raw".
It's obvious Rousey is still a work in progress as a WWE performer, but having Stephanie as an antagonist will certainly make things easier for her as she transitions from the Octagon to the wrestling ring. "If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in UFC, Brock Lesnar will fight in UFC". That's no surprise, considering Lesnar's presence on the UFC 200 card was a big reason why it was able to reportedly draw more than 1 million pay-per-view buys.
It was then revealed Lesnar had tested positive for anti-estrogen drugs clomiphene and hydroxy-clomiphene in the build-up to the Hunt fight and had failed a second test taken on the night of UFC 200.