Paul Heyman: Brock Lesnar “Always Ready” For UFC Return
There's been no recent indication from Brock Lesnar himself, that he's eyeing another UFC bout, but one of his longtime friends says we could see the heavyweight back in the cage.
Does that mean the Beast Incarnate is going back to the UFC?
Lesnar is reportedly scheduled to appear on Monday Night Raw, tonight, explaining why he was in Las Vegas, where WWE hosted their Elimination Chamber Pay-Per-View, last night.
Lesnar returned to the UFC in the summer of 2016, to the surprise of many, and earned a decision win over Mark Hunt.
With genuine stars Jon Jones (suspended) and Ronda Rounsey (now in WWE) out of action, White needs all the star power he can get, and Lesnar has proven to be a PPV draw in the past. The result, though, was overturned to a no-contest after Lesnar failed a drug test. Despite the fact Lesnar informed the UFC he was retiring from fighting, and withdrew from USADA's testing pool.
A program between Velasquez and Lesnar would be an interesting one given their legitimate fight history with one another.
Now, it's unclear against whom Lesnar would return, and Miocic is busy coaching The Ultimate Fighter 27 against Cormier before the two fight for the heavyweight belt at UFC 226, but you can bet that at this point, the UFC would give Lesnar a title shot against the victor of that match-up rather easily.
Lesnar is in the last months of his WWE contract, which is due to expire in April after WrestleMania. This allows the WWE some room to renegotiate, and an opportunity for Lesnar to use his interest in both the UFC and the WWE to leverage a lucrative deal with one or the other. Brock Lesnar does what Brock Lesnar wants to do'.
A return to the octagon looks to be very much on the cards.
Lesnar won the UFC heavyweight title in a second-round TKO win over Randy Couture in November 2008. Or will he return to the WWE ring and pretend to kick ass a few times a year?
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