If there is one man with inside knowledge about Brock Lesnar's future in the UFC, it's Paul Heyman.
The timing's pretty interesting. "Brock Lesnar does what Brock Lesnar wants to do", Heyman said.
Lesnar fared well against Mark Hunt during "UFC 200", though it is worth pointing out that he got popped for a doping violation in the aftermath of the fight, which caused his win to be turned into a no-contest. Ask Braun Strowman, ask Randy Orton, ask The Undertaker. But, following the bout, the pro-wrestling star was notified of a USADA flag, and Lesnar was suspended for a year.
Despite Lesnar now being 40-years-old and almost two years removed from his last professional MMA match, many fans look at him and still believe that he is capable of stepping into the Octagon and coming out victorious. Heyman also said that his client would be more than ready for the UFC if he chose to head back.
"The time away makes him better because the time away gives his body a chance to heal", Heyman proclaimed. The problem with these UFC fighters is, and they are all fantastic athletes, top of the line the world, they wear their bodies down in these training camps. Brock Lesnar's probably the healthiest fighter to enter UFC if he decides to do that.
He was also asked if he had any interest in becoming the advocate of Ronda Rousey's in WWE and he continued to cut a promo for the TMZ cameraman by saying, "why limited the people I have my eye on to Ronda Rousey?" Heyman questioned. "I have my eye on anyone who is a top box office attraction". I have my eye on Ens Kanter of the New York Knicks.