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Brock Lesnar Calls Out UFC Heavyweight Champion | WWE Superstar Injured





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Brock Lesnar made a UFC appearance last night, throwing the future of his WWE Universal Championship reign into serious doubt. Elsewhere, we have news of two injuries to well-known figures in the wrestling world, and a major new storyline kicked off at New Japan’s San Francisco show.

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22 thoughts on “Brock Lesnar Calls Out UFC Heavyweight Champion | WWE Superstar Injured”

  1. I like Brock but can he go back to the UFC already? at this point I wish he drop the damn belt to anyone, the uni title is worthless anyway. They need to bring back the world heavy weight title or undisputed title for raw. They're way more proteisgest than that piece of shit belt.

  2. November is some bullshit somebody just made up. Brock has a 6 month suspension to finish before he can fight, he still isn't officially back in the drug testing pool so until then his suspension is frozen. End of January is the absolute soonest he could fight

  3. He’s just riding out his contract until the end of the year and I bet after his third UFC run WWE will offer him another contract to do absolutely nothing.

  4. Lesnar won’t fight Cormier till January, meaning he’ll probably start training camp mid November, so expect Brock to drop it around October at the latest

  5. I like wwe and have done for 13 years. I also like UFC. I have no problem with someone going between the two. I do have a problem with how ufc and wwe seem to be slowly becoming similar. I alos have a problem with how long this belt isnt being defended for and how long it hasnt properly been on tv for and never really is.Fair play to the businessman side of Lesnar, if someone wanted to pay me ridiuclous amounts of money to keep me as champion whilst working no days ever then Id take that too. However, in all my time watching pro wrestling, mainly wwe, this has never happened. This belt doesnt have the history to allow it to be off of television for that long an even if it did, it still wouldnt be a good idea. The intrigue in that belt is slowly dwindling to the point that people are stopping caring about it. People argue that ufc belts are hardly ever defended but that is a totally irrelevant argument as it is a real combat sport that takes 6 month of training camps and weight cuts before each fight. WWE is scripted and the belt should be on tv. People complain about Reigns being shoved down their throats (and let me say, im not exactly the biggest fan) but then also moan about Lesnar not being on tv. Its a joke that people like reigns and the other wrestlers bust their backsides wrestling and travelling week in and out and dont get that same deal whilst also being able to hold the most prestigious belt the company has. When strowman won MITB i was so happy, then i realised it woulndt make a difference as Lesnar is never there to cash in. If you had said to me 5 years ago that the main belt would have payperviews go by where it isnt defended, i would have said you were crazy. I dont know what Mcmahon is thinking, but it sure as hell doesnt make sense right now.

  6. This is why I don't take UFC seriously, Brock isn't even in the top fifty heavyweights in MMA, but because of his name recognition he will be handed a shot, and lose.

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