Major conspiracy theory erupts after Brock Lesnar's loss at WrestleMania

Brock Lesnar’s loss to Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 35 has added fuel to the theory that he’s about to make a shock return to UFC.

Heading into WWE’s showpiece event, not many fans were expecting Rollins to dethrone Lesnar to win the Universal championship.

Except those who were predicting Lesnar is about to return to UFC.

Brock Lesnar lost his title to Seth Rollins. Image: WWE

Rumours of an upcoming bout between Lesnar and UFC heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier have been circulating for months, with latest reports saying the fight is being targeted for UFC 241 on August 17.

The UFC hasn’t made anything official, but the fight has been on the cards ever since Cormier took the heavyweight belt from Stipe Miocic at UFC 226 in July last year.

After that fight, Lesnar invaded the Octagon and shoved Cormier, demanding a fight.

Brock Lesnar confronts Daniel Cormier after his UFC heavyweight championship fight at UFC 226. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Cormier has since defended the belt against Derrick Lewis, but hasn’t fought since that bout in November.

He had been targeting retirement in March, but UFC president Dana White said he believes that Cormier wants one last fight against Lesnar.

So the fact that Lesnar lost his Universal title at WrestleMania has many believing he’s now free to return to UFC.









Lesnar is a former UFC heavyweight champion, and is currently under contract with both WWE and UFC.

He hasn’t fought in the Octagon since UFC 200, where he initially defeated Mark Hunt, before having the victory stripped after he tested positive for banned substances.

Many pundits also pointed to his new, c=slimmer physique as an indication that he’s getting in shape to fight in the Octagon.

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