Is Dana White Negotiating with Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar?

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It should be noted that there is a chance that Lesnar was in Vegas to meet with WWE officials as they were in town for the Elimination Chamber PPV.

Yet a return has been rumoured for several months, now, with the former UFC Heavyweight champion's contract with the WWE coming to an end after WrestleMania 34 on 8th April, in New Orleans, where he is scheduled to defend his Universal Title against number one contender, Roman Reigns.

That victory over was overturned to a no contest following the discovery that he'd failed drug tests before and after the landmark card.

That brief Twitter post has people speculating on whether Lesnar will find his way back into a UFC octagon.

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But since the heavyweight sensation had withdrawn from the USADA testing program, he would have to restart the same and undergo tests for the next six months to become eligible to compete in the octagon.

"If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in the UFC, Brock Lesnar will fight in the UFC".

"If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in WWE, he will fight in WWE". As a penalty, the heavyweight received a one-year suspension from USADA.

It just so happens that Lesnar's WWE contract ends soon after WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans, where it is now expected that Lesnar will lose his Universal Championship to the victor of Sunday night's No. 1 contender's match.

Dana White recently said in an interview with TMZ Sports that he would like to see Brock Lesnar come back. Brock's probably the healthiest fighter to enter UFC if he decides to do that. Or will he return to the WWE ring and pretend to kick ass a few times a year?