With the recent announcement that all WWE pay-per-view events will be dual-branded following WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans in April, the 2018 edition of WWE Elimination Chamber this Sunday will mark the final RAW-exclusive pay-per-view ... at least for a while anyway. If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in WWE, he will fight in WWE.
Paul Heyman was recently interviewed by TMZ Sports and talked about various topics including possibly of Lesnar returning to the UFC and if the time away could hurt his chances of making a comeback to the UFC. It's been more than 18 months since he's endured an MMA training camp. "When you advocate for the reigning, defending, undisputed Universal Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar, that's a 24-7 job but if I happen to find an extra moment in my schedule for someone else, that's just a whole bunch of side cash for me". Brock Lesnar's probably the healthiest fighter to enter UFC if he decides to do that.
FYI, there were also rumors of Brock wanting to come back to fight Jon Jones. before Jones' positive steroids test in August.
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Lesnar was hit with a one-year doping suspension in 2016, which would have expired in July 2017 had the 40-year-old not informed the UFC and US Anti-Doping Agency of his retirement.
Lesnar has twice walked away from his MMA career and has continued to be a big star in wrestling. However, she has not been on WWE television since that stunning debut because she's been filming a movie in Colombia. A Heyman & Rousey pairing is intriguing to say the least, but WWE's evil genus sounds like he has other prospective clients in mind.
"Why limit people that I have my eye on to Ronda Rousey". "I have my eye on Enes Kanter of the New York Knicks, I have my eyes on Aaron Judge & Luis Severino of the New York Yankees".