It looks like Brock Lesnar might be heading back to the UFC, especially if UFC President Dana White has anything to do with it. Lesnar’s contract with the WWE ends after WrestleMania 34 in April, and there’s been a lot of buzz as to whether he will be returning to the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Previously, White and Lesnar were spotted together in Las Vegas. Now the UFC President says that the chances of Lesnar fighting in the UFC again are “very, very, very good.” That’s three verys, y’all.

"They're very, very, very good." -@ufc President @danawhite to @KevinHarvick on @BrockLesnar's chances of fighting again in UFC. Listen in 👇#HappyHours

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As Uproxx notes, if Lesnar hadn’t tested positive for Clomiphene in relation to UFC 200, he may not have gone over to the WWE in the first place. Mind you, White previously shot down Lesnar’s return at UFC 200 and reportedly banned the journalist who broke the story. In the event that White has truly had a change of heart, Lesnar will still be benched for seven months under USADA testing. For White and the UFC, Lesnar's return to the Octagon may be well worth the wait, seeing as how he's is quite the moneymaker. There’s also the fact that he’d be back up and fighting around the same times as Jon Jones, who is waiting on his own USADA suspension hearing.

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