Previous UFC stars Brock Lesnar and CM Punk both got a legend's welcome as the two of them got back to proficient wrestling this previous end of the week.
For Lesnar, his appearance at WWE Summerslam was certainly an amazement as the super private previous UFC heavyweight champion infrequently converses with media substantially less shows his cards at what precisely he has coming up for what's to come.
Following a short re-visitation of battling at UFC 200, Lesnar played with another battle against Daniel Cormier after standing up to the double cross Olympian only minutes after he asserted the heavyweight title with a first-round knockout over Stipe Miocic in 2018. There were tales for quite a long time that the battle among Lesnar and Cormier would be reserved yet ultimately UFC president Dana White said the ex-champ was finished with his blended hand to hand fighting vocation.
Lesnar then, at that point wrapped up his run with WWE during an appearance at WrestleMania in mid 2020, which was the finish of his present agreement with the advancement.
A couple of months after the fact, White prodded that he may be keen on booking Lesnar against previous 205-pound champion Jon Jones as he arranged a transition to heavyweight. By and by, Lesnar's name was referenced however there were no genuine discussions about really getting the battle going.
Since that time, Lesnar has to a great extent remained off the radar however at that point on Saturday night at the finish of the headliner at Summerslam where Roman Reigns crushed John Cena in the marquee match of the evening. Only seconds after the match finished, Lesnar's music hit the uproarious speakers as the group at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas came disturbed.
Lesnar in the end advanced toward the ring as the show shut, which clearly implied his re-visitation of WWE in the wake of inking another arrangement with the association.
One day before Lesnar made his re-visitation of WWE, double cross UFC veteran CM Punk likewise ventured once again into the expert wrestling ring without precedent for a very long time.
Punk left WWE in 2014 and in the long run directed his concentration toward blended combative techniques to experience his fantasy to progress into proficient battling. Unfortunately, Punk fell short in both of his bouts in the UFC after falling to Mickey Gall by submission and then dropping a decision to Mike Jackson in 2018 (that result was later overturned to a no contest due to Jackson testing positive for marijuana).
While he was done battling, Punk stayed an apparatus in MMA as a shading reporter for Cage Fury Fighting Championships, which airs live on UFC Fight Pass.
On Friday night with All Elite Wrestling in his old neighborhood of Chicago, Punk at long last made his re-visitation of ace wrestling in the wake of inking an arrangement with the upstart advancement possessed by Tony Khan, who is the child of Jacksonville Jaguars proprietor Shahid Khan.
Punk was showered with love from the Chicago fans as he affirmed his full-time return to ace wrestling while additionally reserving his first match back on Sept. 5 with the occasion held in the close by suburb of Hoffman Estates, Ill.
With his last battle in the UFC over three years prior, it appeared as though Punk was never wanting to contend in MMA again, in spite of the fact that he was in reality actually being drug tried by the United States Anti-Doping Agency. Indeed, Punk was tried multiple times in 2020, despite the fact that he hasn't been tried at all in 2021 and that probably implies he's been taken out from the pool for dynamic warriors.
It's unconfirmed if Punk has formally been delivered from his UFC contract, albeit White recently gave his approval if previous WWE champion needed to make his re-visitation of professional wrestling.