Brock Lesnar is the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Is he considering to go back to UFC again? UFC's Dana White weighs in.
Brock Lesnar has defeated the Undertaker and John Cena this year. He is the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion. There are some rumor reports that Lesnar considers to go back to UFC. Now UFC boss Dana White made some comments about Brock Lesnar and UFC.
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White revealed that he and Lesnar still communicate regularly, but Brock has not brought up an UFC comeback. “I have a great relationship with Brock, we talk all the time,” White said. “I don’t know, we’ll see. If he wants to fight, he knows my number.” Dana White made these statements in his weekly interview on UFC.com.
Brock Lesnar is not scheduled for another WWE appearance this year. Brock's UFC career ended in December of 2011 because he got sick. In his UFC time he also took the UFC Heavyweight Champion.
37-year Brock Lesnar is on top of WWE. The question is how the story is supposed to continue. His last fight was against John Cena defending his World Heavyweight Champion at the Night of the Champions back in September. The fight got disturbed by an attack of Rollins on Cena with the Money in the Bank briefcase. Lesnar finished Cena with his signature F5 move. The F5 by the way is a Fireman's carry facebuster.
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According to Wikipedia, this facebuster variation sees a wrestler lift an opponent up in a fireman's carry across his shoulders then throw the opponent's legs out in front of him to spin them out while he simultaneously falls backwards or forwards, causing the opponent to land on his face and upper body. This move is used by Brock Lesnar, who calls it the F5 and uses it as his finishing move.