Brock Lesnar confronts UFC champion in octagon, Dana White swears big designation fight

Brock Lesnar made a surprise return to the UFC octagon Saturday night, meeting recently crowned heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier and causing UFC president Dana White to speak out about the moment.

Cormier knocked out Stipe Miocic at UFC 226 in Las Vegas. Miocic was the longest-reigning heavyweight champ in UFC history, according to ESPN. Cormier announced out Lesnar after the fight and the present WWE champion got into the octagon and the two competitors congregated face-to-face.

“There’s a guy I’ve known for a long time, ” Cormier alleged. “He’s a wrestler. He’s an All-American. He’s a former UFC champion. I never felt I would engage him — but Brock Lesnar, get you’re a– in here! ”

Daniel Cormier stands in the octagon before a heavyweight entitle mixed martial arts bout against Stipe Miocic at UFC 226. ( AP)

Lesnar got into the cage, jostle Cormier in the chest and pronounced, “DC, I’m coming for you, motherf—er.”

UFC president Dana White addressed the confrontation after the phenomenon was over. White had reaffirmed that Lesnar is coming back to the UFC next year and that he’d get a chance to face Cormier.

“We’re surely going to make that fight, ” White said.

Cormier expects to fight Lesnar in March. He plans to retire after his big-money contest, having devoted to cease mixed martial arts after passing 40.

Lesnar hasn’t acquired a fight in UFC that wasn’t overruled since 2010. In July 2016, he defeated Mark Hunt by unanimous decision but research results was overruled when it was revealed that Lesnar failed multiple drug tests.

UFC president Dana White mentioned Brock Lesnar was “free and clear” to fight again. ( Getty Images)

White responded Lesnar was “free and clear” is participating in UFC again.

Lesnar is also still under contract with WWE and is the promotion’s universal champion. WWE is expected to address the situation on “Monday Night Raw, ” according to Cage Side Seats.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

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