WWE's Brock Lesnar about to jump back into the UFC

Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar is the current Universal Champion, but all year long his future with WWE has been a mystery because his contract is set to expire and he's been teasing a possible move to UFC.

After beating Miocic, Cormier engaged in a bit of clearly planned theatrics with Brock Lesnar, the professional wrestler and former UFC heavyweight champion.

Cormier has options, especially now that he is only the second fighter in UFC history after Conor McGregor to simultaneously hold belts in two different weight classes. Instead, he launched straight into a call out of Brock Lesnar, who was sitting cageside watching the fight.

The two squared off for a moment before Lesnar shoved Cormier in the chest and stated, "DC, I'm coming for you, m--f--". "Your days are in the past. Your day is in the past; 2010 is like the stone age".

"He's back and I told you guys that we have talked before and that he's back". It happened earlier in his MMA career in light heavyweight title fights against Jon Jones. He just saw an opportunity to ignite a potential big-money fight.

With Brock appearing to transition back into UFC, his status with WWE is unclear - but really, it has been for months. "He does fake fighting", he said.

'Do I want to go to war and make so much less money? Lesnar hasn't fought since beating Mark Hunt at UFC 200 and failing a doping test in 2016. The bout was changed to a no contest after Lesnar was suspended for one-year by the Nevada Athletic Commission. He is now still under suspension by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). White also confirmed that Lesnar has already re-entered the USADA testing program. He wants Lesnar to do the USADA testing as well as additional testing, even if Cormier has to pay for it. The story is created to make Brock look as if he is actually holding the championship hostage so that whoever ends up facing him will get a babyface reaction when going up against a heel Lesnar. "Do it the right way".

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