UFC President Dana White made a passing comment about how no one has garnered as much attention as UFC Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey since former heavyweight champion and WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar. Lesnar has been seen multiple times in pro wrestling matches, and it looks as though he is as healthy as ever. But could he make a comeback in the UFC? In a recent interview Lesnar said that he probably rushed his return to the UFC when he fought Alistair Overeem, and although he sometimes thinks about fighting in the octagon, that’s a chapter that is closed in his life.
Lesnar told the LA Times:
“You’ve always got that part in your mind. I do miss it, but I’ve got to keep myself in check. What I went through the last few years was quite traumatic, not being able to fight like I wanted. I got back on the horse way too soon. Coulda, shoulda, woulda.
“That chapter in my life has come to closure, and I’m comfortable with it.”
“I’ve never really sat and pondered about what I could’ve done differently or how things could’ve been, but I wasn’t the same guy. Now I feel great; there’s days I think I can get back into the Octagon and be the same human being I was before. But I’m on another chapter.”
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