03 March, 2018
Of course, Lesnar now is employed by McMahon over in WWE, even holding the WWE Universal title, which he's expected to defend against Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 34 on April 8. Despite feeling worse for wear, Roman Reigns would be on RAW to have a face-to-face confrontation with his opponent at WrestleMania, Universal Champion Brock Lesnar. Whether this was a new or old photo, remains to be seen, but it's been rumored that Lesnar was in Las Vegas on Sunday night, which is where the UFC headquarters are located. Always out to grab headlines, UFC president Dana White threw some gasoline on those Brock Lesnar return rumors. However, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer speculated earlier this week that WWE could have a backup plan in place in case that match falls through, and Meltzer was able to provide more details on Thursday.
Despite the obstacles in Lesnar's way and a mirky recent past in the UFC, White is hopeful the former heavyweight champion will return to the sport this year.
Brock Lesnar's name has been all over the internet since missing a pre-advertised Raw appearance on Monday night, and today's Wrestling Observe Newsletter includes a big update on his future.
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But this year could feature the rise of a new top guy as WWE want to give it plenty of attraction due to an upcoming documentary about the legendary Hall of Famer Andre The Giant. And it will be anchored by whether Lesnar is planning to sign with WWE after his contract expires. White appeared on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio on Tuesday with Kevin Harvick and was asked about the odds of a Lesnar return to the UFC. He stuck around in the WWE, which had given him permission to fight for the UFC once more at UFC 200.
Hard-hitting heavyweight star Mark Hunt is the last man to have fought Lesnar in the Octagon at UFC 200 in 2016.
Does Lesnar really want to go back to that world, even for one huge-money fight?
And, I already know who he will be feuding with next after beating Brock Lesnar.