Jon Jones on his win over Daniel Cormier, calling out Brock Lesnar | UFC 214

Last night at UFC 214, Jon Jones made a triumphant return to “The Octagon” and reclaimed the Light Heavyweight Championship by knocking out Daniel Cormier at 3:01 of the third round.

However, his night would not end there.

Following his victory, in his post-match interview, “Bones” would call out current WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar for a match on his turf.

“Brock Lesnar, if you want to know what it feels like to get your ass kicked by someone who weighs 40 pounds less than you? Meet me in the Octagon,” Jones said.

According to a report from Cageside Seats, a match between these two has been in the works for some time. There have been recent rumors of Lesnar returning to UFC, but no official announcement has been made as of yet.

When “The Beast” was asked about whether he would fight Jones, his response to the Associated Press was simply:

“Would I fight Jon Jones? Anytime, anywhere,” Lesnar said. “Right now he should be worried about D.C. on Saturday night.”

“Be careful what you wish for, young man,” Lesnar replied.

Lesnar is currently scheduled to defend the Universal Championship at “SummerSlam” against Samoa Joe, Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman in a Fatal 4-Way match.

Editor’s Note:

Why not? If both men want a piece of each other, let them go at it and may the best man win.

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