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Brock Lesnar’s Salary For His Last 2 UFC Fights Revealed

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Brock Lesnar is a renowned figure in the world of sports (mixed-martial-arts & amateur wrestling) and entertainment (professional wrestling), primarily for his exceptional dominance in both WWE and UFC.

His stint in the UFC from 2008 to 2011 was quite successful, but he ultimately found more financial success in WWE. Lesnar made a significant return to WWE in 2012, marking the beginning of a new phase in his career. Although he briefly returned to the Octagon in 2016 and secured a victory over Mark Hunt, he hasn’t made a UFC comeback since.

One of the notable moments in Lesnar’s UFC career was his fight with Alistair Overeem at UFC 141 in 2011. Unfortunately, he was defeated by Overeem via TKO in the first round, prompting Lesnar to announce his retirement from UFC due to health issues.

Due to a class action lawsuit against the UFC, unsealed UFC lawsuit documents have revealed financial information about several fighters.

In terms of earnings, Lesnar received a substantial $3 million payday for his UFC 141 fight with Overeem. His 2016 fight against Mark Hunt was even more financially rewarding, with Lesnar pocketing $8 million in total.

However, it’s worth noting that the outcome of the latter fight was later overturned due to Lesnar testing positive for a banned substance during a post-fight screening.

As time has passed, it seems highly unlikely that Brock Lesnar will return to the UFC. He has aged, and there appears to be little motivation for him to test himself in the octagon again.

As a result, fans have come to terms with the idea that Lesnar is unlikely to compete in the UFC ever again.

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