The entire WWE Universe was rocked when it was announced that Brock Lesnar would returning to UFC for a fight against Mark Hunt at UFC 200.
Immediately after that though, Hunt initiated claims that Lesnar was using steroids and instantly, the fight became a lot more interesting.
An angered beast
Lesnar will make his return to the octagon soon, and he has been speaking out about some of the big questions surrounding him right now.
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Discussing the claims of steroid use, the WWE support of his UFC return and the chance of any future bouts in the octagon, Lesnar was speaking at Thursday's UFC 200 Conference Call.
The fight between Lesnar and Hunt is now much anticipated and it would appear that the Beast Incarnate is fired up.
When asked about his possible usage of steroids, Lesnar had some strong words in response.
"I've been dealing with that my whole life. I'm a white boy and I'm jacked. Deal with it."
Lesnar was clearly not willing to take the criticism on board and was very defensive of his personal attributes.
Not all topics were defended so vigorously by Lesnar, in fact when the topic of the WWE came up, he reaffirmed that everyone is 100% behind him and that he is happy.
Lesnar would end his portion of the call by discussing his possible future with the UFC and he claimed:
"I haven't given it much thought. Nothing's going to change, I'm just looking forward to stepping in the cage."
A long awaited return
While Lesnar's return to the octagon will be a moment that is sure to sell out UFC 200, his return to the WWE is also highly anticipated.
He hasn't been inside the squared circle since defeating Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania 32 but he is rumoured to be returning shortly after the upcoming WWE Draft.
Lesnar is expected to be in action at Summer Slam in August so it will be very interesting to see who is will be on a collision course with.