Brock Lesnar's reign over the WWE Universal Championship has lasted just under a year, but that hasn't kept him from looking at the door left ajar. Brock's seamless transition from scripted television to high stakes fighting makes him a valuable asset, given his "tough guys die hard" image.

Fines and suspensions have kept former collegiate champion out of the octagon since 2016. Brock Lesnar's WWE contract is up after this year's Wrestlemania showcase on April 8th. Judging by the fact that he is a viable entity in either sport, it's hard to predict where he'd go.

Interestingly enough, all this buzz will likely drive the price of his next contract up to the highest bidder, something north of 7 figures. His WWE manager Paul Heyman also believes in the possibility of Brock Lesnar switching back to MMA. When asked to comment he had this to offer:

"The time away (from UFC) actually makes him better because his body gets a chance to heal," 

[via TMZ]