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Brock Lesnar is still one of the biggest attractions that WWE has on his payroll right now. Even though he appears only about 10 to 15 times each year, there is no doubt that when he does make his way to the ring, it is a big occasion. The last appearance of his was during the Royal Rumble clash, while his next big televised match is going to be at Wrestlemania.

He is likely going to face Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship, the title that he won from Goldberg last April in Orlando.

His WWE contract is up and there has been a lot of talk about whether or not he is going to remain with the company. When he made his return to the UFC, that was a legit question.

Brock Lesnar Head
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After his fight with Mark Hunt, he failed the illegal substance test which caused him to get suspended. He still hasn’t served out his suspension, which means that he needs to do that before he gets back into the octagon.

There were a lot of speculations about him possibly facing Jon Jones. Unfortunately, he also failed his illegal substance test so that is now out of the window and there is no doubt that Lesnar would want that match.

Now, at this stage of his career, it seems that Lesnar is just going to extend his contract with the WWE and continue working the part-time schedule that is banking him 6 million dollars a year. That is a pretty good amount of money considering the fact that he only appears a couple of times a year. UFC President Dana White still thinks that Lesnar might come back.

“Anything is possible. Brock has always shown interest in coming over and fighting here in the UFC. I wouldn’t be shocked if he gave it one more shot.”

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