WWE: Brock Lesnar could move back to UFC

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WWE Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar is under a lot of pressure at the moment with new contract talks for the wrestler currently ongoing.

Lesnar has a pretty tough and big decision to make in the next few months, with Brock in the process of deciding whether or not he wants to extend his current WWE contract. But recent reports suggest he will renege on a deal and move back to UFC.

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Moving back to UFC

The move could be a tremendous blow for the WWE after the wrestling company has instilled so much faith in him over the last few months. Lesnar took his reputation to the next level when he defeated John Cena at SummerSlam in one of the most ferocious matches ever, but reports now suggest that Lesnar could head back to UFC.

"I see no reason he couldn’t have the potential to return to the UFC and sell pay-per-views," Ross said in Fox Sports. "It looks to me like he's gotten back on track," he added. "He looks phenomenal strength-wise. He's just scary looking. He's more scary looking than he was before he left [the WWE the first time]."

Huge statement

WWE made a brave statement by making Lesnar stand out after he destroyed Cena in such a brutal way. The wrestling company made the decision to make Lesnar look like a beast, but with the powerful wrestler on the verge of turning his back on WWE and possibly going back to UFC, the decision is looking more like a severe mistake.

WWE in turn gave Cena’s reputation a massive hit in the process, and it will be important that the face of the WWE gets a chance to right that wrong before Lesnar potentially leaves WWE high and dry again.

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