Dana White Confirms Chances Of A Brock Lesnar UFC Return

Dana White Confirms Chances Of A Brock Lesnar UFC Return

Dana White Confirms Chances Of A Brock Lesnar UFC Return

While discussing Brock Lesnar's absence from Monday's RAW in his weekly update, Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated reported that even though Lesnar was scheduled to be at RAW, Lesnar has already used up all his contractual dates for the company. I'd love to see him. 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. It seems very odd or unlikely for that matter that WWE wouldn't have all the bases covered with Lesnar's schedule on a match they been planning for almost a year.

Of course, this could also prove a winning scenario for WWE.

With all the talk of UFC running out of stars and Ronda Rousey's move to the WWE, it doesn't come as much of a surprise that the UFC would try to bring back their former biggest (literally) draw. Lesnar announced his retirement approximately one year ago, but he would still have to fulfill the remaining six months of that sanction before he could fight again.

It should be noted that the WWE was also in the city on that night for their Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event on the WWE Network, but Lesnar didn't appear on the show.

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Brock Lesnar is set to take on Roman Reigns at WrestleMania for the Universal Title in a rematch of their first clash that was interrupted by Seth Rollins cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase, so this would be a conclusion to their first bout and evidence of some really great long-term planning by the WWE.

The "WrestleMania" main event that seemed destined to be a disaster now has a chance to work, and it could be due in part to Reigns getting "real" over these next few weeks.

Reigns was not only speaking for himself and behalf of the other WWE superstars but you got the sense he was in touch with the fans' grievances surrounding this whole affair. Meanwhile, manager Paul Heyman recently told TMZ Sports that the time away from the Octagon could do Lesnar some good.

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