Lesnar open to WWE one-off

Tucker

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from fightscoops.com:

“I had a great run with WWE. WWE gave me great visibility, I met my wife there, and I got paid a lot of money, it was just my time to go. I sensed it. I was smart enough to leave. That’s the bottom line… I wouldn’t be opposed to [a one night only return to the WWE]. I’m still focused on my fighting right now, but if the opportunity arose some day, I’d never say never.”
First of all, the idea of that retardo ox mashing Sable into a mattress makes me queasy. But I guess that goes without saying. If he did sign to do a spot, who would you think they'd pair him with? My hope would be Cena.
 

Millz

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Lesnar vs Shawn Michaels! Oh wait, damn it.

I'd love to see him in a ring again. I was salty when he left and I still think he's a douchebag but I'd put that aside for one night.
 

storm_ina_C_cup

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He's a cunt. WWE can have him back forrrr evvvv errrr!!!

lol @ the Sable / mattress comment...
...He made a comment about screwing his wife after a win in the UFC last year some time- made me cringe.
 

StroShow

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I think Dana White would allow Brock to host Raw, but I don't think he'll allow him having any in-ring participation. White has a lot invested in Lesnar, and doesn't want to lose him for a significant amount of time again
 

Babe_Ruth

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I've always been a fan of Lesnar, his debut till this day is one of the best in my opinion. I wouldn't mind seeing him in the ring once again. Maybe someone like Swagger since they both have wrestling backgrounds.
 

storm_ina_C_cup

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I think Dana White would allow Brock to host Raw, but I don't think he'll allow him having any in-ring participation. White has a lot invested in Lesnar, and doesn't want to lose him for a significant amount of time again
I think Dana White would allow him to do a one-off in the ring after he fights Carwin in July.
 

Tucker

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I think Dana White would allow Brock to host Raw, but I don't think he'll allow him having any in-ring participation. White has a lot invested in Lesnar, and doesn't want to lose him for a significant amount of time again
Here's what I think: if the UFCniverse perception of rasslin' is is correct, it's all play-action anyway and nobody really seriously lays it on the line. Maybe Dana, cool as he is, should go ahead and let Brock cross over; or at least admit that, despite the dimension of theatre, grappling for WWE is not as namby-pamby an occupation as the jokes would have us believe.