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Brock Lesnar taken off the largest gain for himself this full 12 months, which incidentally works for many edges engaged.

Lesnar decided to conditions with the UFC to combat at their 200th pay-per-view. He shall slug it out with Draw Hunt in a heavyweight bout. It’ll be Lesnar’s first fight since December 30, 2011 when a damage was experienced by him to Alistair Overeem at UFC 141.

Lesnar will attempt to secure his legacy in blended fighting techinques (MMA), as well as for the very first time shall achieve this, since his full restoration from his struggle with Diverticulitis.

There’s one minor wrinkle in Lesnar’s UFC package. He’s still under deal with WWE.

Lesnar was previous seen on WWE tv set defeating Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania 32.

Yet, the UFC gets their marquee heavyweight superstar back for just one evening only. Lesnar reaches go out by himself conditions not being crippled by disease. However, the largest winner appearing out of this is the one and only the WWE.

Be successful or lose, Brock Lesnar’s ufc 200 struggle is effective to WWE. Actually, the announcement couldn’t have attained an improved time.

To begin with, timing is everything. This announcement comes off of the pumps of WWE’s announcement of breaking up the rosters between Natural and SmackDown.

In July the draft will need place, the same month that UFC 200 will need place. UFC 200 may happen on Sunday, 9 and supposedly the WWE Draft may happen two days and nights down the road july 11 july.

Regardless, SmackDown should go live July 19 on Tuesdays. Either show will have the blissful luxury of Lesnar who’ll once again have attended battle in the Octagon.

Secondly, Lesnar brings the WWE name to again mainstream notoriety.

Lesnar made multimedia rounds on ESPN to market his battle with Hunt and show the reason why behind his go back. Remember WWE and ESPN curently have a great working relationship with Jonathan Coachman interviewing WWE Superstars every Tuesday.

Lesnar’s name brings WWE to more viewers observing both ESPN and the UFC. At UFC 200, those same wrestling supporters would probably be seeing. The question is whether any MMA lovers will head to Monday and Thursday times after Lesnar’s combat.

Third, this may open up the hinged door to bring more UFC superstars to WWE. We noticed Ronda Rousey in a WWE band at WrestleMania 31 already. According to Forbes, WWE is pushing for Rousey to wrestle in a WWE ring at WrestleMania 33.

Who recognizes which other UFC fighters can look at a WWE event? Maybe current UFC Light Champ Conor McGregor brings his fiery persona to Organic. Perhaps Jon “Bones” Jones looks at a primary event for SummerSlam.

Despite what goes on, the hinged entry doors are widely open for future business to occur. Let’s remember how it worked for the Attitude Era when Mike Tyson clashed with Stone Cold Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels in 1998. It could work again getting MMA into WWE.

Finally, this brings us to Lesnar’s legend electric power. He’s an interest that only happens once in an eternity. Supporters will fall into line to see Brock Lesnar compete, be it the UFC’s Octagon or a WWE wedding ring.

Lesnar can be an appeal who headlined both UFC and WWE occurrences, including WrestleMania. Wherever he runs, Lesnar is the key event.

Followers flock to see him. The UFC audience does so when he was the UFC World Heavyweight Champ. The WWE World does that during his first run in 2002 and proceeds to take action today.

More followers will mind to see Lesnar struggle Hunt come July 9. Lesnar’s return, whenever which may be, must be one of epic proportions. Once more, it separates Lesnar from all of those other WWE Superstars. Whether he is victorious or loses, how Lesnar manages his attack will creates interest and intrigue.

The entire world shall want to see Brock Lesnar after his probable conflict with make Hunt and honestly, the sole place to the is WWE.

WWE shall have Lesnar after UFC 200. It is the WWE Creative team’s responsibility to capitalize on Lesnar’s inevitable return. The earth awaits Brock Lesnar’s next move, and WWE’s possibility to make a larger splash than ever before is ripe for the taking.