Look at Dana and Vince working together for the good of violent entertainment.
Brock Lesnar’s participation in UFC 200, won’t come at a cost for Dana White and the UFC — but I believe it’s a tradeoff he’ll gladly except.
The speculation has began on door being opened for Ronda Rousey to appear at Wrestlemania 33 in Orlando. It wouldn’t just be a guest appearance like at Wrestlemania 31, but a full on match according to Forbes.
The details of how WWE and UFC arrived at an agreement as well as the full details of the agreement remains a mystery at this time but it appears the two companies have more in store aside from Lesnar competing at UFC 200 while still under a contract with WWE.
According to sources, WWE is hoping that by allowing Lesnar to compete at UFC 200 (and perhaps beyond) it will open the doors for some things in return from UFC. Mainly WWE is hopeful for two things in return.
For one, they are hoping not only to get additional promotion for ‘SummerSlam’, likely at UFC 200, but are also looking to get UFC stars to appear at the event.
WWE is also hopeful that they will be allowed to use Ronda Rousey at ‘WrestleMania 33′ in Orlando, Florida. While her in-ring segment at ‘WrestleMania 31′ with ‘The Rock’, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H was a memorable moment, WWE is hoping they can secure Rousey for an actual match at their biggest event of the year.