Dana White teases Brock Lesnar comeback as UFC president shares snap with heavyweight whose WWE contract expires in April
Discuss Brock Lesnar conveying his tremendous edge once more into the octagon again is gathering pace.
UFC president Dana White took to Instagram, prodding a conceivable return for the previous heavyweight champion.
White imparted a photo of himself to Lesnar in the early hours of Sunday morning with the 40-year-old behemoth kitted out in a UFC shirt.
The veteran promotor included the smiling face emoticon, recommending a last hurrah for one of the association’s most well known warriors is currently a genuine probability.
Include in with the general mish-mash that Lesnar’s agreement with the WWE is set to lapse in a little more than a month and further fuel is poured on the fire.
The WWE star last battled at UFC 200 where his triumph over Mark Hunt was defaced by two fizzled drugs tests and a one-year boycott.
Lesnar can be relied on to draw tremendous review figures and pay-per-see purchases, with both at a premium in an association at present lacking hotshots.
Conor McGregor is at present secured transactions, Jon Jones’ future is not yet decided after yet another fizzled drugs test and Ronda Rousey’s fleeting ascent came back to earth with two shattering misfortunes.
So the UFC would welcome Lesnar back with open arms and White said as substantially before in February.
‘No doubt I’d get a kick out of the chance to see him return,’ he told TMZ. ‘Brock’s been enjoyable. At the point when Brock Lesnar won the title, it was entertaining.
‘Brock has dependably indicated enthusiasm for coming over and battling in the UFC.
‘I wouldn’t be stunned on the off chance that he gave it one more shot.’
Should the prevailing wrestler wish to test himself in the most perilous field in proficient games indeed, he is probably going to confront the victor of Stipe Miocic versus Daniel Cormier at UFC 226.
Jones has additionally demonstrated an enthusiasm for battling Lesnar yet should sit tight for his own future to be settled.