Since Brock Lesnar’s contract with WWE expired, the American became the target of the UFC and Bellator’s desire, and his return to MMA was in the fans’ imagination. However, Dana White tried to curb any expectations. The UFC president, a friend of the former heavyweight champion (120.2kg) and has always shown interest in having him in his organization, updated the soap opera with more information.
To the North American website TMZ Sports, Dana was not excited about Lesnar’s return to MMA and believed that, at 43, he closed this cycle once and for all in his career.
“I didn’t exchange a word with Lesnar. Of course, I would love to know how he and his family are doing. Lesnar had a long and killing career. He arrived at UFC and became heavyweight champion soon after. He made a lot of money! I just don’t see him returning to the UFC, especially at an advanced age,” said Dana.
The last time Brock Lesnar was seen in MMA was in 2016 when he faced Mark Hunt. At the time, the former heavyweight champion won on the judges’ unanimous decision, but the result became no contest because it fell in doping. His MMA record is five wins and three losses, and his most memorable moments were triumphs over Randy Couture and Shane Carwin, as well as a rivalry with Frank Mir.