Brock Lesnar is a multi-time World Champion who dominated the world of professional wrestling and combat sports. Lesnar’s legitimacy can never be called into question and now it appears UFC President Dana White addressed the likelihood of Lesnar appearing at UFC 300.
Brock Lesnar is also one of the most legitimate athletes in the pro wrestling world as he had massive success in the UFC, where he even won the UFC Heavyweight Championship.
Lesnar’s last fight in the UFC saw him squaring off against Mark Hunt at UFC 200 in 2016. Lesnar would win the fight but later on tested positive for drugs, which ruined the legitimacy of the fight.
While speaking with Sports Illustrated, UFC President Dana White was asked about the likelihood of Brock Lesnar appearing at UFC 300. White made it clear he doubts it will ever happen.
“Brock looks good, doesn’t he? He always does. I think Brock’s done. I don’t think he ever comes back.”
As Ringside News exclusively reported, Brock Lesnar will not be appearing for the Payback Premium Live Event. It is likely he will be back in time for WrestleMania 40 in 2024 as he’s being featured on the advertisements for the event, so we’ll have to see how WWE will plan his return next year.
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