There’s been a lot of talk about what Brock Lesnar is up to when his WWE tour ends. Lesnar’s interest in trying to return to the UFC could make the McMahon company recognize the opportunity to give him another multi-million dollar contract.
Among all the possibilities that have been handled is that Lesnar could return to doing “superfights” in the UFC , facing impossible fighters for his weight, like former UFC World Heavyweight Champion Jon “Bones” Jones, who this coming Saturday 29 will be facing Daniel Cormier for the title he once had.
he controversy followed when Jones responded to several amateur questions on a Facebook Live broadcast where he stated:
“I would love to fight Brock Lesnar. He’s a giant guy. I mean, it would be a great duel. Very important for the sport. It would be a great challenge. He’s a great guy. However, I doubt Brock Lesnar will take that fight. “
Shortly after the current Universal Champion WWE answered him forcefully, in a version spread by Associated Press during this past Tuesday:
“Would you fight Jon Jones? Anytime and anywhere. But right now he should be more concerned about facing DC on Saturday night. “
esnar should also be worried about his duel at SummerSlam against Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman and Samoa Joe.
Undoubtedly, everyone would be interested in seeing such an event, which leaves several doubts in the air:
Who would be more interested in promoting this super fight? UFC in a historic PPV or WWE as the WrestleMania stellar event?
Were rules of wrestling or MMA?