Was that the last time we'll see Brock Lesnar in the octagon?
Who knows. Lesnar wasn't giving anything away in his post-fight press conference.
The former UFC heavyweight champion will return to his parent company for a Summerslam match with Randy Orton. But after that? Who knows.
Lesnar said only he will have a say on his future. He will not be tied to the WWE in regards to any future UFC fights - but he wouldn't rule it out.
Brock Lesnar does what Brock Lesnar wants to do. I believe that my future is already laid out for the next month.
Once the dust settles there, I don’t know what I’m going to do. I had one hell of a time tonight, and I enjoyed myself, so we’ll see what happens.
You can write what you want to write, but I think I’m the toughest son of a bitch, and it puts me right in the game. Granted, I’ve got some work to do, but don’t we all? If I want to make that decision to keep fighting, I will.
I’m a 39-year-old man, and I’m pretty proud of myself.
It's not clear how long Lesnar's contract with the WWE is, or if there are any clauses in the contract that would allow him to fight in the UFC again.
Was it a once-off? Who knows.