The internet has run rampant over the past week since current WWE World Heavyweight Champion walked out on RAW this past Monday in Nashville, TN. Word around the proverbial campfire is that Lesnar and Vince McMahon came to an impasse in regards to re-upping his contract with WWE. So if Lesnar isn’t going to resign with the WWE, where could he possibly be headed?
For those that make their living as professional mixed martial artists, losing three consecutive fights is often career-suicide, and the mere mention of a losing streak is enough to spark financial panic.
But every rule, unofficial or otherwise, has it’s exceptions, and in the main event of Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 61, two of those exceptions will bring a total of seven straight...
One of the biggest questions on the minds of the WWE Universe is what happens to Brock Lesnar in 2015. The WWE world champion is set to become a free agent and according to a new report, we may be seeing the last of Lesnar in the WWE for quite a while.
Brock Lesnar may be planning a return to the UFC. According to the latest installment of the Wrestling Observer Letter, WWE officials believe Lesnar will be returning to the octagon when his WWE contract expires in March. “The Lesnar people always keep things quiet, but within the company, the belief is that he’s going back...Read More
Is Brock Lesnar eyeing a return to the octagon at age 38? Lesnar is currently under contract with the WWE through the end of March, which is shortly after WrestleMania. When his deal expires, he will have the option of signing a new WWE contract or returning to the UFC. During a recent press conference...Read More
Not many of us saw that one coming.
People expected Lesnar to walk away the champion, but not that way. Brock Lesnar tore John Cena apart from bell to bell.
Never before have fans seen Cena beaten down this way. The 15-time World Champ has been on top of the company for almost a decade and his “never give up” mentality has been showcased in not only every victory he has earned...
Brock Lesnar’s manager Paul Heyman says the former UFC champion would consider a return to the octagon if his situation changed with the WWE. Lesnar signed a 3-year deal with the WWE in April 2012 and broke the Undertaker’s win streak at WrestleMania this year. If things weren’t going so well in the wrestling world, […]
Would you like to see Brock Lesnar back in the UFC? UFC president Dana White probably would and he may get a late Christmas present according to some of the hottest rumors in the world of MMA and pro wrestling.