Brock Lesnar could return to heavyweight action at UFC 91 on November 15, according to TwinCities.com.
Here's the snip:
"Former Gophers wrestler Brock Lesnar, who is 2-1 as a mixed martial arts fighter, found out this week that Ultimate Fighting Championship would like him to compete next on a November card, but his opponent and site remain undetermined."
The pay-per-view (PPV) event, which is tentatively slated to take place in Portland, Ore., is currently without a marquee main event. Top lightweights Kenny Florian and Joe Stevenson, however, are expected to compete on the card, providing a solid complement to whatever headline match up is booked.
Lesnar -- who earned his first victory inside the Octagon over Heath Herring with a unanimous decision at UFC 87: "Seek and Destroy" -- is rumored to be facing Cheick Kongo next. Nothing at this point, however, is official.
He, too, is a big draw regardless of his opponent, which makes him a viable option for this card if indeed a main event-caliber fight cannot be coordinated to carry the show on its own.
Stay tuned for more details on UFC 91, Brock Lesnar and more.