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While the UFC may have lost its top draw Saturday night, the news may not be all that bad. Brock Lesnar reportedly planned to win the UFC title, leave the UFC, & return to the WWE thus screwing the UFC and Dana White if things played out as the Brock planned. Related posts:
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Post fight after UFC 141, UFC President Dana White addressed the media about the night. Dana White speaks candidly about the main event featuring Lesnar and Overeem. The UFC President admits he was wrong about Overeem and was extremely pleased with his performance. White said, the bout for the heavyweight title between Overeem and JDS [...]
Maybe Dana White has nothing to worry about over the next 12 months when it comes to Brock Lesnar's contractual status.
Wrestling guru and friend of Lesnar, Jim Ross says the recently retired MMA fighter won't appear in a wrestling ring this year for several reasons:
[...] Brock dislikes, putting it mildly, traveling. Plus, he doesn't need the money even though he'...
Dana White might very well be the worlds busiest man. But this night Dana got a chance to blow off a little steam at a Hollywood night club. Some advise from the UFC President, “Don’t get drunk, don’t drink Redbull, don’t stay out to late and don’t do stupid interviews while drinkin”
Alistair Overeem secured his date with destiny by viciously disposed of Brock Lesnar last weekend at UFC 141. Now that he’s solidified his top contender status, the only question remaining is when will his shootout with heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos (Pictured) take place?
According to UFC president Dana White, fanboys can expect to see fireworks in roughly six months...
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Dana White On Johny Hendricks: "He's Going To Get Another Big Fight"
By Eric Kamander I missed the train today so I had a little extra time to read my twitter feed and listen to callers expound on their insights on my regular assortment of MMA podcasts.I was going to respond with some tweets. My responses to the ideas being presented soon turned into something I thought I might post on my Facebook fan page and before I knew it, you idiots had given...
Set to premiere on Fuel tv, the new MMA related program called UFC Tonight, will feature a lead in segment hosted by UFC Fighter Chael Sonnen. Sonnen hints that he may challenge either GSP or Jon Jones for the 170lbs and 205lbs UFC titles as well.