Brock Lesnar explains return to UFC 200

"I didn't care", Lesnar said. The 38-year-old Lesnar has not competed in mixed martial arts since December 2011, when he was knocked out in less than three minutes by Alistair Overeem. "It was a hard decision for me to make".

Brock Lesnar is reportedly eyeing a return to UFC. The desire got the best of Lesnar and he's decided to make a comeback.

Since quitting MMA, Lesnar has been an active member of the WWE roster and competed back at WrestleMania in April where he defeated Dean Ambrose in a "street fight". Are you excited to first see Brock Lesnar return to the octagon on July 9?

On Monday morning, Lesnar appeared on ESPN's SportsCenter and announced that he will be fighting the number eight-ranked UFC Heavyweight contender, former K-1 champion and one-time UFC title contender Mark Hunt. He was immediately signed by the UFC after the said fight where he was pitted against former heavyweight champion Frank Mir in February 2008.

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The historic UFC 200 card is headlined by a light heavyweight title bout between champion Daniel Cormier and interim and former champ Jon Jones. Now, Lesnar said that he has been unable to live with the decision. Lesnar said he would not return to the Octagon if he didn't.

Brock Lesnar will fight for both UFC and WWE in the summer of 2016.

Vince McMahon and Dana White aren't exactly the best of buds.

. "I felt like I was cheated out of my career in the UFC". I'm making money. They're making money. And we got together, obviously I'm still under contract with WWE'. I'm at home, I'm working out, my life is great, everything's in tune, my contract's coming to an end with WWE, hey it's been a great time but something's missing.

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