01 March, 2018
UFC president Dana White has sparked fresh rumours about another return for former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar by posting a photo of the pair to social media.
"I think Brock Lesnar does whatever Brock Lesnar wants to do", Heyman said.
Dana White tweeted a photo of himself with Brock Lesnar.
Given these developments, we just might see Lesnar competing in the octagon around the end of 2018, provided the heavyweight gets back into the USADA program.
While it's always fun to imagine the 40-year-old behemoth Brock Lesnar returning to the Octagon for one last battle, it's impossible to ignore the significant roadblocks that are now preventing such a thing.More news: Temperatures plunge as 'beast from the east' takes hold of country
"Brock Lesnar does whatever Brock Lesnar wants to do".
"The time away makes him better because the time away gives his body a chance to heal", Heyman proclaimed. The problem with all these UFC fighters is, and they are all fantastic athletes, top of the world, they all wear their bodies down in these training camps. All these guys that are cutting weight are destroying their own bodies.
With stars like Conor McGregor and Ronda Rousey inactive and highly uncertain to ever return, the promotion could use a big name with an even bigger personality - and physique - to provide a shot in the arm to their sagging pay-per-view numbers.
Will Lesnar fight in the UFC again?
Fines and suspensions have kept former collegiate champion out of the octagon since 2016.