Brock Lesnar: Is Lesnar Telling the Truth About a Future Return to WWE?
Brock Lesnar is telling anyone who will listen that he is committed to MMA and the UFC, despite the continuous rumors that a return to the WWE is imminent.
This is all basically still coming off of the heels of Lesnar's 'run-in' with the Undertaker following his last fight in the cage. After a bit of a stare down, it was anticipated that the two would meet in the ring once again, possibly at Wrestlemania 27 on Sunday.
Well, you can cross those odds off of every list, because the Undertaker will be wrestling against Triple H and Lesnar is a trainer on The Ultimate Fighter as he prepares for his June 11th fight against Junior Dos Santos.
The bottom line is that Lesnar could return to the WWE one day down the road. But fans should not expect that day to come any time soon.
He is still a force to be reckoned with inside the cage, and everyone has taken notice. Even UFC President, Dana White.
Mark Wayne reported that the Seattle Times was told by White that "I don't think people give him enough credit for how good he really is and what he has accomplished."
White answered that Lesnar was the most underrated competitor in the UFC today. With that being said, and a rematch for the UFC Heavyweight Championship looming on the horizon if Lesnar can defeat Dos Santos, there is no reason for him to leave any time soon.
As of now, Lesnar has to fight one or two times per year. A return to the WWE could increase that number into the triple digit range.
Do the math, folks. Lesnar is not leaving the UFC now, or in the foreseeable future.
For more on Lesnar and his upcoming match, make sure to check out Bleacher Report Correspondent Tim Groves, as he takes a look at Brock Lesnar on The Ultimate Fighter: 5 Things to Watch for.
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