Dana White has revealed that he does not expect Brock Lesnar to return to UFC.
SI asked White if Brock Lesnar could fight Jon Jones, and he responded, “Brock and I have a great relationship, and we always have, but I don’t think Brock wants to fight any more. Brock’s made a lot of money. He came into the UFC and won the heavyweight title. He’s got nothing left to prove. I don’t think he’d want to do it.”
In the past, WWE pay-per-view events were typically held on Sunday nights, but the company has recently started to switch things up by holding events on Saturdays. This move has been well-received by fans and the company alike, as it is more convenient for viewers and can help to increase interest in the shows.
In addition to this change, WWE is also pushing to legalize gambling on their matches, which could add another layer of excitement and intrigue for potential buyers. The company is preparing for anything, and they are now ready to introduce some real players into the situation.
According to a report from CNBC, WWE is set to meet with potential buyers for the company next month in preparation for first-round bids. While there is no guarantee that a transaction will take place, this is a positive sign that the company is on track to achieve its goal of being sold by the middle of 2023, as previously announced by Vince McMahon.
WWE is set to meet with potential buyers for the company next month in preparation for first-round bids, two of the people said. There’s no assurance a transaction will take place.
As with anything in pro wrestling, anything can happen, but some major buyers with multimedia expertise are reportedly preparing to make massive bids for WWE. Ultimately, we can only hope that the company ends up in the hands of the right entity, person, or company that will continue to push the brand forward.