Brock Beat: Lesnar Signs Contract, Dana White Talks Fedor Fight

Brock Lesnar and John Cena had a 'contract signing" on WWE RAW Monday night. (Photo: WWE.com)

Less than a week after Brock Lesnar returns to pay-per-view, the former UFC Heavyweight Champion signed a "contract" for his Sunday WWE Extreme Rules bout against John Cena on Monday Night Raw.

Monday's show was three hours and there was plenty of old Lesnar highlight packages shown throughout, including notable matches against Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle and Hulk Hogan. After such a long absence, the WWE's younger fanbase needs a refresher as to why they should care about his return.

Last week's Lesnar interview segment was replayed twice during the show, a nod toward how well it was received. In the night's final segment, the storyline of Lesnar simply returning for money was advanced as he demanded changes in his WWE deal before he would sign a contract. He did a long back and forth regarding the demands, which was great at times and awkward at others.

For Dana White's comments about attempting to make Lesnar vs. Fedor Emelianenko, keep reading after the jump.

In the following two minute clip, UFC president Dana White was doing his post-press conference scrum with reporters and was asked about a favorite topic: Fedor. Here's what he said about a big match they tried to make happen with Lesnar vs. the former Russian superstar.

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