Dana White Continues To Tease Brock Lesnar's Potential UFC Return


Perhaps the picture of UFC President Dana White and former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar taken recently was more than just a publicity stunt.

Three "verys", that's a dead cert.

Lesnar returned to the octagon for UFC 200 and beat Mark Hunt, only to have his win overturned after he tested positive for a banned substance.

Paul Heyman, Lesnar's on-screen manager for the WWE, told TMZ Brock Lesnar does "whatever Brock Lesnar wants to do".

I continue to suspect that the story regarding Lesnar leaving Monday's Raw was just that and is created to get Roman Reigns over as the babyface counter to Lesnar's selfish part-timer persona.

If that alone wasn't enough to stir up the rumor mill of a Lesnar return, he was also wearing a UFC t-shirt.

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The UFC chief was asked about the likelihood of Lesnar making a second comeback during an appearance on Sirius XM radio and revealed there's a big chance we'll see the former heavyweight champion back inside the cage. With about six weeks left until the big show, there will plenty of segments dedicated to Reigns and Lesnar, let's just hope we get this magnificent confrontation again.

Lesnar, in addition to his WWE stardom, is one of the most popular fighters in UFC history.

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There has been plenty of talk surrounding Lesnar as his current contract with World Wrestling Entertainment nears its end.

Sports Illustrated's Justin Barrasso reports that Lesnar was scheduled to appear at the show, but but already surpassed the number of dates that is on his WWE contract. Everyone saw Roman Reigns cut a scathing promo on Lesnar, talking about how he doesn't really care about the WWE and Reigns was on the road every week.

Lesnar has been milking WWE for boatloads of cash the past few years on a limited schedule, which is awesome work if you can get it.