Brock Lesnar Re-Signs With WWE; What That Could Mean For His UFC Future
April 10, 2018 - WWE
Many WWE and UFC fans were substantially a small astounded to see Brock Lesnar better Roman Reigns and keep his WWE Universal pretension on Sunday night during WrestleMania 34, though after Monday’s announcement, things are a small some-more clear.
It was widely famous Lesnar’s agreement with a WWE was entrance to an end, and on Monday, a graduation announced Lesnar had re-signed with a company. It was also announced he would again face Reigns during The Greatest Rumble Ever after this month.
Prior to this weekend’s event, UFC President Dana White done it really transparent he expects to have Lesnar behind in a Octagon, maybe even after this year in a compare between a leader of a Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier superfight. Does this meant Lesnar’s UFC quip is a no-go?
Did Lesnar use talks of returning to a Octagon as precedence in a understanding with a WWE?
We don’t know for sure, though I’d be peaceful to gamble there’s a proviso in Lesnar’s new WWE understanding that allows him to quarrel in a UFC as well. That was radically what we saw in Jul 2016 when Lesnar faced Mark Hunt during UFC 200. Lesnar was victorious, though he unsuccessful dual drug tests and a compare was ruled a no contest.
Just days before that match, a WWE announced Lesnar would be confronting Randy Orton during SummerSlam. The apparent similarities advise this will be business as common for Lesnar, a WWE, and UFC. As a vital pull for both promotions and industries, Lesnar is expected going to be afforded a leisure to appear, perform and acquire from both organizations.