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

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

Moving along, White gave his thoughts on the chances of Lesnar returning to the MMA game in 2018 during a recent appearance on the Happy Hours radio show on SiriusXM Nascar that is hosted by NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick. White has now stated that there are some very good chances that the former champion will return at some point... "What are the odds we see Brock fight again in the UFC?".

Aside from this, Lesnar's no-show move on Monday night's RAW only reinforced the rumors all the more.

White added further fuel to the fire on Sunday night when he posted a picture of himself and Lesnar, who happened to be wearing a UFC t-shirt, to his Instagram and Twitter pages along with a teasing smiley emoji. He, instead, spent time with Dana White, as evidenced by the picture shared by the UFC president on social media.

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After Ronda Rousey forced Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon to apologize for slapping her at WWE Elimination Chamber, Triple H laid out Raw General Manager Kurt Angle with a cheap shot that left The Olympic Hero laid out on the mat. It's not hyperbole to say Strowman put on one of the most dominant performances in WWE history.

Brock Lesnar's time with the WWE appears to be coming to an end, making his return to the UFC all the more possible. That's when talk of a super-fight between Lesnar and former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones reached its peak. Of course, it could also be some out of the box worked storyline attempting to finally get Roman Reigns back over the hump with the vocal fan base that rejects him, as well. He'd have to re-enter the USADA drug-testing pool and serve the final six months of his suspension before he could have another UFC fight.

Lesnar will turn 41 in July and while there will be no shortage of fighters willing to take on the South Dakota born phenomenon it's unfair for Lesnar to return to the sport he cheated in so recently, but as the UFC clutches for big names the prodigal son's return seems imminent. Whether it was planned or not-there's little chance the champion simply made a decision to not show up-Reigns called out Lesnar for not caring enough about WWE to make the event.