Brock Lesnar is currently under a WWE contract, and he is slated to take on Omos at WrestleMania 39. That being said, many fans are still wondering what he will do next.

During an interview with The Spun, Dana White was asked about the possibility of a Brock Lesnar vs. Jon Jones fight in UFC. He relayed the idea that Brock Lesnaris done fighting in the Octagon.

“Brock and I have a great relationship, and we always have, but I don’t think Brock wants to fight any more. Brock’s made a lot of money. He came into the UFC and won the heavyweight title. He’s got nothing left to prove. I don’t think he’d want to do it.”

Although Brock Lesnar did big numbers for the UFC from 2008 to 2011, he made a lot more money in WWE. He left that UFC career behind him after returning to WWE in 2012. He was a brand-new Beast Incarnate, and although he did return to the Octagon in 2016 for a win over Mark Hunt, he hasn’t been back. That being said, the thought was that he could always come back.


Overall, Lesnar had a record of 5 wins and 3 losses in the UFC, with wins over top fighters like Randy Couture, Frank Mir, and Shane Carwin. He is considered one of the most dominant heavyweight champions in UFC history, despite only competing in the sport for a few years.

We will have to see if Brock Lesnar ever fight in the UFC again. It doesn’t appear that Dana White is holding his breath for that to happen.

What’s your take on Brock Lesnar returning to the UFC? Do you want to see that happen? Sound off in the comments!

H Jenkins

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