Following his return to UFC, the heavy weight of Brock Lesnar decided to comply with WWE in May. However, one man experienced in the competitive nature of Lesnar thinks that there is one fight that "The Beast" could encourage to return to the Octagon.
A WWE colleague, Kurt Angle, told Ariel Helwani to ESPN on Monday that a fight with Jon Jones "the only fight" wants Lesnar.
"I know he said he has retired … the only fight he wants, and I don't know whether he will ever happen, but he wants to go against Jon Jones," Angle said. on MMA Show Helwani.
Lesnar had not fought in the UFC since Mark Hunt won a unanimous decision at UFC 200 in July 2016, which quickly ceased after announcing that Lesnar had failed numerous drug tests throughout the fight.
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Jones devoted much of the work to bring Daniel Cormier's heavy championship to Stipe Miocic saying he doesn't want to move up to heavy weight in the future.
This did not stop the heavy stage of social media being used to know that it would have passed through Lesnar if the dream fight had ever happened.
"Brock is too late," said Jones. "I'll put him off."
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