Will Brock Lesnar Be With WWE Or UFC After WrestleMania 34?

Will Brock Lesnar Be With WWE Or UFC After WrestleMania 34?

The moment it was made official, it seemed like the Roman Reigns-Brock Lesnar "WrestleMania" match for the Universal Championship was going to be a disaster. White responded saying that the odds of Lesnar returning to the company were "very, very, very good".

White's comments on Lesnar's future come less than a week after he revealed his eagerness to see University of Minnesota alumni return to the promotion.

We will keep you updated if we hear any other details regarding Lesnar's status with WWE. That bout marked Lesnar's first in almost five years... and also his first since the UFC entered in a partnership with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. Always out to grab headlines, UFC president Dana White threw some gasoline on those Brock Lesnar return rumors.

It sounds like Brock Lesnar may be back in the UFC before much longer. When Lesnar agreed to the contract that he's now serving, there was a clause that allows WWE to book him for additional dates for more money if they used up the agreed amount.

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As noted, the face off between Lesnar and Reigns was in multiple scripts that were done for Monday's RAW, and WWE was still advertising Lesnar after RAW hit the air. If WWE really pushes the fact that Lesnar could leave WWE for UFC and take the Universal Title with him, maybe the fans will rally behind the guy who is staying.

WrestleMania 34 is just 40 days away, and Lesnar is in nearly the same position he found himself in three years ago. "If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in WWE, he will fight in WWE", manager Paul Heyman told TMZ Sports. Lesnar defeated Mark Hunt via unanimous decision, but that result was ultimately overturned to a no contest due to the failed drug test.

In an appearance on "Sirius XM" Radio, White was asked how good the chances were Lesnar could return. That's no surprise, considering Lesnar's presence on the UFC 200 card was a big reason why it was able to reportedly draw more than 1 million pay-per-view buys.

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