WWE: Brock Lesnar will not return to UFC, says former star

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Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Shane Carwin has revealed that he would come out of retirement to fight WWE Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar in the Octagon ring.

"I'm all in," Carwin explained, according to wrestling inc. "[In the first fight] I should have let him up and kept punching him in the head. Lesson learned. Cain [Velasquez] learned it. If I didn't make it obvious what to do to that guy, the next guy did."

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Lesnar won't return to UFC

Carwin has admitted a desire to return to UFC but only if it was to face the WWE's top dog Lesnar. There has been a lot of speculation that Lesnar may in fact go back to UFC, but Carwin doubts that he will ever return, with a career in WWE much more lucrative at the moment for the powerful wrestler.

"All the pain would be worth that [fighting Lesnar]. But he's not coming back."

Brock Lesnar's second coming in WWE has been brutal for his opponents. Lesnar's character reputation has been given a huge boost after two massive wins against two of WWE's biggest stars.

Lesnar is dominating the WWE

The first one to take some ultimate punishment from Lesnar was WWE legend The Undertaker after Lesnar broke his WrestleMania streak in April. If that wasn't enough, Lesnar ripped John Cena to pieces in their match at SummerSlam.

Brock Lesnar is currently mulling over what his next career move will be. WWE's Heavyweight Champion could potentially sign a new WWE deal, but such a deal would likely give WWE more control over when they can book the star.

Options for Brock

Lesnar could potentially retire and spend time with his kids, but reports have suggested that a UFC return could be on the cards for the wrestler. However, the potential of a return was played down by the very man who eagerly wants to fight him again in the Octagon ring.

"He's not coming back. I don't even know why he would have the desire, " Carwin added."

Brock Lesnar is likely to make a decision on his future in the coming months, so watch this space.

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