Dana White has commented on the possibility of another Brock Lesnar UFC return.
The UFC President has previously signed the former WWE Champion twice to the MMA promotion, once for a full-time run and then for a one-off appearance in 2016.
Speaking with Sports Illustrated, White has stated that although The Beast looks in fighting shape, a return looks incredibly doubtful.
“Brock looks good, doesn’t he? He always does. I think Brock’s done. I don’t think he ever comes back.”
With The Beast looking unlikely for another fight inside the octagon, another former champion might be available. Sources close to Ronda Rousey believe that The Rowdy One may step inside the cage again at UFC 300.
Brock Lesnar Left WWE To Pursue A UFC Career
Departing WWE after an infamous match against Goldberg at WrestleMania 20, Lesnar tried his hand in the NFL, being signed by The Minnesota Vikings. Multiple injuries would, unfortunately, hamper his attempts at playing in the upcoming season, and was released shortly before the 2004 season got underway.
Signing with the Ultimate Fighting Championship in 2008, Lesnar debuted at UFC 81, losing via submission to Frank Mir. At UFC 91, Lesnar would reach the top of the mountain as he defeated Randy Couture to become the UFC Heavyweight Champion, becoming the only male athlete to hold championships in UFC and WWE. Lesnar would lose the title to Cain Velasquez at UFC 121. The first UFC run would end with Lesnar winning 4 fights and losing 3.
Returning to WWE the night after WrestleMania 28, Lesnar would return to his dominating ways, including winning multiple World Championships and being the one who broke The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak 2 years later. In 2019, a demon from Lesnar’s past would arrive as Velasquez faced Lesnar at Crown Jewel. This time the result would be different, as Lesnar was the one who had his hand raised.