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Not all fighters are happy to see Brock Lesnar possibly return to the UFC.

Curtis Blaydes, a top heavyweight contender, sounded off on social media after the actions this past weekend at UFC 226.

Lesnar returned to challenge new-heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier to a bout. The fight likely would not take place until early 2019 due to Lesnar needing to complete a suspension for a failed drug test.

“Tired of all the politics…like is it even still even about fighting first CM Punk now Brock Lesnar,” Blaydes posted. “I’ll just continue to grow as a martial artist and become more dangerous and I refuse to resort to that WWE bs fake arguing just to draw in lame ass casual fans pfft.”

Blaydes pushed his record to 10-1 when eh finished Alistair Overeem last month at UFC 225. He also scored a decision vs. Mark Hunt earlier this year.