Lesnar, the current Universal champion in pro wrestling, is a former UFC heavyweight champion. His last fight, a 2016 win over Mark Hunt that was later thrown out due to a positive drug test, came while Lesnar was under contract with WWE.
Last night, UFC president Dana White heated up talk of Brock Lesnar returning to MMA by posting a photo alongside the hulking former heavyweight champion on all of his social media accounts. Although there are not many details along with this picture, the general assumption is that the return of Brock Lesnar to the UFC is not out of the realm of possibilities.
So the UFC would welcome Lesnar back with open arms and White said as much earlier in February.
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Given these developments, we just might see Lesnar competing in the octagon around the end of 2018, provided the heavyweight gets back into the USADA program.
'Brock Lesnar is probably the healthiest fighter to enter UFC, if he decides to do that.
"I wouldn't be shocked if he gave it one more shot". Brock Lesnar has been long rumored to be facing Jon Jones in a UFC mega-fight. He also mentioned that if the wrestler wants to stick with the WWE, then that will happen as well.
Should Lesnar leave the WWE, it'll be interesting to see if Heyman stays - and who his next client would be.
Clearly there is still some way to go before the WWE veteran comes out of MMA retirement for a second time but it seems the wheels could already be in motion.
The six months remaining on The Beast's suspension has since been frozen, meaning if he were to return to the octagon, he would still have to see out half a year on the sidelines.