Paul Heyman Says Brock Lesnar Is Ready For A UFC Return

Brock Lesnar Ready For UFC Comeback According To Manager

Paul Heyman: Brock Lesnar “Always Ready” For UFC Return

Talk in the fighting world surrounding Lesnar's potential return to the Octagon was further flamed recently when his long term manager, Paul Heyman, talked with TMZ and said his man is always ready to fight.

Lesnar's contract is up in April after WrestleMania, the sports entertainment company could keep him around through August.

For instance, at the turn of the year the UFC president said "yes" when asked by TSN to predict whether he thought Lesnar would fight for the UFC at some stage in 2018.

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The 40-year-old former heavyweight champion is now working for WWE.

Now, it's unclear against whom Lesnar would return, and Miocic is busy coaching The Ultimate Fighter 27 against Cormier before the two fight for the heavyweight belt at UFC 226, but you can bet that at this point, the UFC would give Lesnar a title shot against the victor of that match-up rather easily. His last fight, a 2016 win over Mark Hunt that was later thrown out due to a positive drug test, came while Lesnar was under contract with WWE.

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"When Brock Lesnar won the championship, he was was fun". But there's just one more thing.

"Anything is possible. Brock has always shown interest in coming over and fighting in the UFC". One of the biggest questions as we come up on "Wrestlemania XXXIV" is what happens to Brock Lesnar.

Should Lesnar leave the WWE, it'll be interesting to see if Heyman stays - and who his next client would be. He went on to beat Frank Mir and Shane Carwin, before dropping the title to Cain Velasquez at UFC 121 in October 2010.

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The six months remaining on The Beast's suspension has since been frozen, meaning if he were to return to the octagon, he would still have to see out half a year on the sidelines.

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