Brock's getting paid $5m a year to appear for WWE or Wrestle 35 times. Brock has already done 5 of these dates, WWE is holding him off television to save the rest of his dates because they have to use him sparingly until WrestleMania next year. The reason Brock MAY be thinking of a come back is because he possibly feels like this wrestling sh*t isn't what he wants to deal with. In the UFC he had pull, in WWE he kinda has pull but ultimately if WWE wants him to lose to everyone to put them over (he already lost to Cena on his first ever return match) then he's contracted to. In his mind this could be double crossing him and not building him up as a big monster for Wrestlemania like he wanted to be looked at so I can see why he would want to pack his bags, void the contract and move back to MMA. Atleast in MMA he could train for 3 months, throw a f!ght with Overeem and make more than $5 million.
In WWE he has to show up and possibly wrestle 35 times just to make $5m.
If UFC is smart they'll put Brock vs Mir on TUF as coaches for their next live season and winner gets a title f!ght. Allow Brock to have his title f!ght like he originally was gonna get and go from there.
The reason WWE may have Brock lose to their top guys is because they know he's liable to quit at any moment and GO BACK TO UFC. So, can you blame them for wanting to get the most out of him befor he possibly goes AWOL?
Not exaggerating who knows what could of happened if Big Foot threw a punch and it landed? That's a big mother fu*ker to have on your back if you fall down, ask Fedor. Noticed how fast Cain took this to the ground.. he knows his face is made of light-bulb glass. It doesn't take a genius to see that Cormier is the better f!ghter than Cain just wait until he comes to the UFC and proves it, it's kinda hard to prove it when he has to be stuck in Strikeforce f!ghting guys like Big Foot (who he beat much quicker and dominate than Cain) and Jeff Monson while Cain is beating guys like a sick Big Nog, an out of shape Ben Rothwell, a Brock Lesnar coming of life-threatening surgery and disease and never-was Cheick Kongo, yet somehow Cain is just SO MUCH BETTER than Cormier for some reason when they've both beaten dudes who would never hold a championship in 2012.
Cain has already reached his potential and he's either gonna stay there or continue to get knocked out when he gets punched, that's up to him and how he wants to f!ght. But Cormier has unlimited potential as far as I'm concerned right now.