Jon Jones is thinking about going to WWE SummerSlam, according to the same gladiator sentenced in social networks. Not for a special appearance or some combat, or at least that is known, but simply to witness the event from ringside. And while it may not be a simple tweet, we know that the current semi-UFC champion is pushing the directors of the great mixed martial arts for a future fight with current WWE Champion Brock Lesnar who will put in Line gold before Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman and Samoa Joe on that date.
It’s crossed my mind https://t.co/xlnbywH1y2
— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) August 9, 2017
“It crossed my mind.”
As we have noted earlier, all parties involved are making efforts to have Bones Vs. Lesnar leads a future PPV , something that would be impossible if it were not for the Incarnate Beast’s intention to return to the Octagon and the permission of Vince McMahon , who surely does not see the idea with good eyes but that everything indicates that it will accede to content to His monarch for the purpose of a renewal of contract facing 2018.
Dana White, presidente de UFC, comentó tras UFC 214 que una vuelta de la actual Superestrella WWE a su empresa no era algo que podría llegar a ocurrir a corto plazo. Y aunque no han sido contadas las ocasiones en las que el ejecutivo decidió guardar la información puertas adentro, hay que recordar que un hipotético duelo entre estas dos estrellas no sería posible sino hasta dentro de un año. A Lesnar todavía le restan cuatro meses de suspensión y se requerirán de otros seis bajo pruebas de antidopaje USADA, lo cual nos ubicaría en el verano de 2018.
Some doubt the approval of the WWE President considering the risk of a defeat of his greatest attraction, characterized, in fact, never to lose. But we must keep in mind that the agreement of the Beast expires next April, and if he did not obtain the permit, he would have to leave the organization after WrestleMania 34 and dedicate himself to the MMA. Instead, given McMahon the green light, he could probably hold him for another year (with certain clauses that would allow him to fight later, of course).
And finally, as a curiosity aside we leave the following “gift” of Bones to his followers of Instagram:
What do you think? Do you think we’ll see a Jones Vs. Lesnar on a future UFC PPV? Will he leave this last WWE after April to dedicate full time to the MMA? Leave your opinions in the comment box.