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Brock Lesnar Interested In Facing ‘Unbeaten’ Top UFC Fighter

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• Fatal 4 Way Match On Tonight’s RAW

WWE announced the following for tonight’s RAW:

Strowman, Bálor, Roode and Owens collide

“One week after Braun Strowman defeated Bobby Roode and Finn Bálor hit Kevin Owens with a breathtaking Coup de Grâce off a ladder, all four Superstars will meet in a Fatal 4-Way Match to seize momentum before the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.

This confrontation will surely give the WWE Universe a taste of the mayhem that awaits when these four competitors face SmackDown LIVE’s The Miz, Samoa Joe, Rusev and a member of The New Day in a bout where a World Championship opportunity literally hangs in the balance.”

• Brock Lesnar Interested In Facing ‘Unbeaten’ Top UFC Fighter

TMZ Sports recently caught up with UFC President Dana White and asked him about former UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar possibly returning to UFC.

Below is what Dana said:

“I know that Brock’s WWE deal is up at the end of the Summer I think. I know he wants to fight, so I am sure we’ll end up getting that figured out. Obviously there are a lot of options. Jon Jones is very interested in Brock Lesnar and Brock is very interested in Jon Jones. They both want it. It’s a fun fight.”

For those who don’t know, Jon Jones is a former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion (205 Lbs). He won the Title for a second time as well when he defeated Daniel Cormier at UFC 214 via KO, but Cormier was given the Title back when Jones failed a drug test and was stripped of the title (the fight was then ruled a no contest).

The reason why we mentioned Jones as ‘unbeaten’ in our headline is because Jones has an MMA record of 22-1-1 (22 wins, 1 loss, 1 no-contest). The 1 loss that he has isn’t because he was beaten in the fight. He lost that fight because of being disqualified as he destroyed his opponent, Matt Hamill, with illegal elbows. So we haven’t seen Jones getting knocked out, submitted or losing a fight via decision yet.

You can watch Jones’ shocking UFC “loss” below:

Jones was also UFC’s pound for pound #1 ranked fighter.

You can watch Jones calling out Brock Lesnar for a fight during the UFC 214 post-fight interview below:

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