Dana White loves to tickle the feather of UFC fans. First it was promised Super Fights he couldn’t deliver and now he is dangling Brock Lesnar as a potential return. Just like those dream fights he guaranteed, he knows and I know that there is almost no chance that Brock ever fights in the UFC again.
Entering Saturday night’s clash against fellow UFC big-man Frank Mir, the fact that Alistair Overeem may be making his final trip into the octagon only added to the desperation that the two former champs must’ve been feeling. On the heels of a two-fight losing streak that most recently included a first-round, knockout loss to Travis Browne in August of 2013, rumours that Overeem...
Brock Lesnar appeared last night on WWE Monday Night, where he put out Mark Henry with a kimura. Moments later got into skirmish with The Big Show.
Various MMA websites showed the video of Lesnar putting Henry in the kimura since it is a MMA move. Rumors had run rampant two weeks ago leading up to UFC 168 that Lesnar was discussing a return to the organization. UFC President Dana...
Rumors have been running rampant all week that former UFC Heavyweight Champion and current WWE star Brock Lesnar could be returning to company. Speculation is running wild that he is in Las Vegas for the fight’s tonight.
UFC President Dana White has been coy all week long regarding a possible Lesnar return. No word from Lesnar’s camp at this time.
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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.
UFC 167 is on Saturday night and is the 20th anniversary show of the company. Throughout the week the UFC will be releasing videos of the greatest fights and other moments in the history of the organization. This video above will show the 20 greatest submissions in the history of the UFC. Here are the top five.
5. B.J. Penn vs. Matt Hughes I at UFC 46
4. Frank Mir vs. Brock Lesnar...
The UFC have been faced with the challenge of tying replace the star-power of former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar for almost two-years. This is a task which has proven to be up to this point impossible for the biggest MMA promotion in the world.
Fedor Emelianenko will always be the one who got away from the UFC. How could the Last Emperor continually turn down millions of dollars from the UFC? According to Fedor it was one man, ironically the same man who wanted him that kept him away.
Brock Lesnar walked into the UFC and conquered the heavyweight division in a very short time. It's been awhile since we have seen the WWE superstar fight in the octagon and according to the former champion, he plans to keep his retirement permanent.
Thank you to the UFC for inducting Stephan Bonnar and Forrest Griffin and opening the door for Brock Lesnar. There is not one reason now that Bonnar and Griffin are in that Brock shouldn’t be awarded that same respect and honor.
Fuel TV aired the Frank Mir edition of 'Fighters Cut' tonight in place of it's usual UFC Tonight broadcast. During this episode, the future UFC Hall of Famer sat down and relived some of the best moments that took place during his storied fighting career. One of those moments would of course be his first fight against Brock Lesnar, a fight that was dubbed MMA vs. Pro...
Brock vs. Fedor is the MMA dream fight that appears to never go away. Long after both men have retired from the sport, stories continue to swirl about a fight. According to Dana White the UFC almost pulled it off last summer.
DON'T CALL IT A COMEBACK
A little thing like Fedor Emelianenko retiring from MMA won't stop UFC's head honcho from trying to bring the big Russian to the UFC.
Zero. What are the chances of Brock Lesnar (Pictured) coming back to the Ultimate Fighting Championship? If this were Jeopardy, that’s what UFC president Dana White’s response would be to the prospects of the former heavyweight champ returning to the Octagon. “[Lesnar's] done,” White told the Dave and Mahoney radio show in Las Vegas Wednesday. “He called me a couple...
Brock Lesnar returning to the UFC is the story that never goes away…until now. UFC president Dana White recently opened up about a conversation that he had with his former UFC champion and if he is to be believed, Brock Lesnar is retired for good.
The UFC shook up the MMA world last week when it was announced that Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen would coach The Ultimate Fighter 17. The move was an obvious last ditch attempt to save the falling franchise but are two star coaches really enough to pull this one off of life support?
WRESTLING IT OVER
Brock Lesnar has returned to his wrestling roots, but if he wanted to make a return back to the UFC, Dana White says he'd be welcome.
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BY THE SCRIPT
After seeing the success and money some of his colleagues have gained, Frank Mir says he'd be open to a career in pro wrestling.
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The dream of Brock Lesnar returning to the UFC ring may be dead after Lesnar meet up with UFC president Dana White. According to White, a meeting between the two last month after UFC 146 didn't go as according to plan.White explained, "The meeting we had didn't really go very well," he said. "It wasn't a great meeting. It probably one of the worst meetings...
UFC President Dana White said his meeting with Brock Lesnar after UFC 146 did not go well, so a comeback doesn't look great.
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