Brock Lesnar: ‘Never Say Never On WWE Return’, The McMahons Pledge Money

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The March 26 episode of A.M. Raw on the USA Network drew a 0.5 cable rating, with 572,000 viewers.

The Boys & Girls Club of Stamford, Connecticut has received a $300,000 pledge from the Vince and Linda McMahon Family Foundation. The foundation will donate $100,000 per year over the next three years.

Brock Lesnar appeared on ESPN’s Sportscenter this morning to promote the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter and was asked by anchor Hannah Storm about the possibility of returning to World Wrestling Entertainment. “I should never say never,” Lesnar responded. “When my stint in the UFC is over, it’s a possibility. But folks, it ain’t happening very soon. That’s for sure.”

2 Responses to “Brock Lesnar: ‘Never Say Never On WWE Return’, The McMahons Pledge Money”

  1. David Vonraesfeld says:

    I hear that he had too many problems with WWE and the people running it, and in an interview with Stone Cold, he said there are people that will always be a part of the company (Shaw Michaels, himself, The Rock, and more) but there are others who have burnt too many bridges, namely Brock Lesnar.

    So I don’t think he would be back, He may want to after his UFC career is over, and he has no where else to go, but that doesn’t mean WWE wants him back.

    • Derek says:

      And out of respect for those that want to be there, he shouldn’t be allowed back as a last option. If Vince thinks he can make money off of it, he’ll bring him in and shoot him to the moon though. Damn Vince.

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