Jon Jones manager not concerned with rift between Jones and Dana White

Rufina Vignone
Agosto 2, 2017

"DC" has been ordered to sit on the sidelines for 60 days due to his brutal third-round knockout loss to arch rival Jon Jones.

Jones came back to UFC 214, challenging Daniel Cormier for the Light Heavyweight Belt after a string of incidents such as a hit and run and a positive PED test at UFC 200 stripped Jones of his belt.

"Ironically, word on the street is that Jones is also interested in a WWE payday some day in the future which adds some irony to the Bones-Brock UFC scenario". Lesnar was also quick to respond to the official callout, warning Jones to be 'careful what he wished for'. Sounds similar to the "superfight" between Jones and Lesnar would probably be billed as.

It wouldn't be healthy for him to cut weight as he already has a history with diverticulitis.

Brock is still serving a one year suspension from the UFC for testing positive for PEDs. I'm thinking to the tune of 1 million buys on PPV when this one likely happens in 2018.

Even though Lesnar is 40 years old, he's still in tremendous physical shape. The two biggest events of the WWE's schedule - The Royal Rumble in late January and WrestleMania in April - would block the road for Lesnar's return during the spring, leaving the only logical time for him to return to the octagon at July's International Fight Week event. He could be ready to fight sometime in early June if the UFC did make that happen, and they may or may not need the approval of WWE owner Vince McMahon to make the super bout a reality. Not even a discussion either way - 100 percent.' It's hardly a surprise, as Lesnar is one of the biggest draws in pro-wrestling just like he is the UFC. If it were to happen, the UFC would have to make the fight unsanctioned.

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