Predicting Brock Lesnar’s WWE & MMA Career


Via: Bleacherreport

Paul Heyman announced during tonight’s RAW opening segment with General Manager that WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will be leaving WWE if he loses the title at SummerSlamnext month.

After watching light heavyweight champion Jon Jones call out Lesnar at the conclusion of UFC 214, the WWE Universe is starting to wonder how much time The Beast has left and if he really is going to step foot inside an Octagon again.

Rumors swirled that Lesnar was looking to return to UFC. Playing into the rumors would be a perfect way to instill some reality into the storyline, so Lesnar must lose at SummerSlam.

Regardless of which of the other three Superstars walks out of the pay-per-view with the Universal Championship, it’s imperative it isn’t Lesnar.

His training for a return to the UFC can begin. Just as Lesnar fought Mark Hunt while still under contract with WWE, he can do the same against Jones.

UFC vice president of athlete health and performance Jeff Novitzky said Lesnar would still have more than six months remaining on his suspension when he re-enters the USADA drug-testing pool, which Novitzky claims hasn’t happened yet.

If Lesnar were to begin his testing as soon as possible, or if he has already started and it hasn’t been reported yet, he would likely be able to fight again by early 2018.

Once back in WWE, Lesnar must be portrayed as an unstoppable force. With the chance that the fight against Jones could happen before WrestleMania 34, Lesnar should return to the company and become the No. 1 contender before challenging for the Universal Championship at WWE’s biggest show of the year.

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