The widely held belief is that Brock Lesnar would be immediately booked into a rematch against Alistair Overeem if he decides to return to UFC. Overeem was the person that defeated him for the heavyweight championship before he decided to retire from MMA and return to WWE.
In a move that might have been encouraged by Dana White to promote the potential return, Alistair Overeem called out Brock Lesnar after defeating Frank Mir at a UFC event this past weekend. Lesnar is attempting to work with WWE on making his MMA return possible.
Dana White recently revealed that Brock Lesnar definitely does want to fight in the UFC again, and the former heavyweight champion even wants to do it while he is under contract to WWE, which means that he is trying to convince Vince McMahon to modify his contract to let that happen.
Brock Lesnar has been fined $10,000 by WWE. While there are a few people who believe this to be a real thing, it is simply a story line that the company is working, in order to sell the brutality that the former UFC champion has been unleashing as of late.
Many were expecting Brock Lesnar to take another break after Royal Rumble 2014, as that has usually been the case when the former UFC champion works a pay per view for WWE, but he is scheduled to appear on Monday Night Raw tonight, probably to set up his Wrestlemania 30 match.
Since Big Show suffered an injury during a WWE live event over the weekend, his match against Brock Lesnar at Royal Rumble 2014 was kept extremely short. The former UFC champion utilized several chair shots and an impressive F5, where he walked around the ring first, to finish off Show.
The Rock called in a favor from a famous friend to help out with his new show, Wake Up Call, which will be airing on TNT soon. Dana White, who is the president of UFC, made a guest appearance on one of the early episodes. Rock post a picture of the two of them together on the set via Twitter.