Report: Brock Lesnar’s Retirement Plans Include Two More UFC Fights, No WWE

It would appear that former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar may be considering a return to the octagon.

WWE superstar Brock Lesnar took the world of mixed martial arts by storm when he made his run within the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). The fighter went on to form a heated rivalry with heavyweight phenom Frank Mir, before earning the UFC heavyweight title for himself.

However, Lesnar’s fighting career took a turn in its later years. The fighter lost the heavyweight title to Cain Velasquez, suffering a first round TKO loss to the fighting phenom.

Lesnar would go on to lose to former K-1 champion Alistair Overeem in the following match up, leading to Lesnar taking a lengthy hiatus from the sport. Returning in 2016 after near five years away from the sport, Lesnar faced off against Mark Hunt at UFC 200.

The fight’s outcome was later overturned, as Lesnar was dished out a one year suspension for failing a drug test. Since then, the former champion has been spending his time back under the WWE.

Now Middle Easy has reported a new rumor claiming that Brock Lesnar is looking to make an octagon return for two final bouts before retiring for good. Here is the original report from the news source:

“Huge if true but rumors are now swirling that Brock Lesnar is all but done with the WWE and wants at least two more big UFC paydays before he retires from competition.”

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