Derrick Lewis trolls Brock Lesnar on UFC rumors

Sheri Evans
March 4, 2018

Despite the obstacles in Lesnar's way and a mirky recent past in the UFC, White is hopeful the former heavyweight champion will return to the sport this year.

"I think Brock Lesnar does whatever Brock Lesnar wants to do".

Earlier this week, White and Lesnar were photographed together after WWE's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in Las Vegas - the photo fueled more speculations about Lesnar's imminent exit from the show seeing as his contract will expire not long after the current season ends.

"They're not going to like it back there, but I'm gonna say it anyways".

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It's fully expected that Brock Lesnar will still honor his previous obligations for wrestling at WrestleMania 34 against Roman Reigns for the Universal title.

Not to mention WWE should use Lesnar's absence as a chance to push new stars to the main event scene.

Not only is Lesnar a big box office attraction, he has also proved in the past that he is quite the savvy business negotiator. WWE has allowed him to work a part-time schedule while keeping him as one of the faces of the company, so this might be a matter of Lesnar choosing his passion versus what is best for his long-term health. Lesnar's contract is now set to expire soon after WrestleMania, and there has been legitimate speculation that Lesnar could head back to UFC. Although he was set to fight another opponent on the card, Lesnar and Jones teased a potential fight with each other at some point after the event. He doesn't respect any of you. The two heavyweights would both benefit from a win from one another as Lesnar would not only get back one of his only three losses in the UFC but at the same time beat the #2 UFC Heavyweight contender as well. It all adds up to an intriguing storyline heading into WrestleMania. picked up Paul Heyman's confirmation that Lesnar will be at Chicago for the live house show, labelling it as Heyman addressing Brock Lesnar's future.

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