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Brock Lesnar Could Fight In Pro Wrestling Match Before Daniel Cormier Showdown!

Brock Lesnar Could Fight In Pro Wrestling Match Before Daniel Cormier Showdown!

Controversial Rumors Of Potential Brock Lesnar Pro Wrestling Fight Released!

Brock Lesnar UFC 226 sh*t show made many fighters furious. Stipe Miocic even trash-talked Dana White in public because of that!

Yet, UFC slated the Heavyweight title fight between Brock Lesnar and Daniel Cormier for the beginning of 2019. This was a highly controversial decision since Brock Lesnar didn’t win since UFC 116 on July 3, 2010. Well, he did, but his unanimous decision victory over Mark Hunt at UFC 200 on July 9, 2016, was overturned to no contest. He was positive on Turinabol.

Brock Lesnar has already been tested three times by USADA. The results aren’t known yet. But there is more controversial news. Brock hasn’t signed an official contract with the UFC yet. But there are rumors he could set up another big pro wrestling match before Daniel Cormier showdown! (via

“According to sources close to Lesnar, he is still planning on returning to UFC, but appeared Sunday to set up another big pro wrestling match that would take place in an as-of-yet-announced major show in Saudi Arabia on Nov. 2. While he has been in the USADA testing pool, meaning he is serious about returning, he has not yet signed a deal with UFC.”

The whole thing sounds pretty weird. Brock could hurt himself and risk a lot of money for a few minutes of “glory and fake strikes”. Cormier stated he plans to retire when he turns 40 years old. It will happen in March 2019. What are your thoughts on this? Do you believe this is only a rumor? Will the fight between DC and The Conqueror even happen? If Brock pulls out, Dana White will surely have a hard time!

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