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UFC president Dana White ended the rumors of Brock Lesnar returning to MMA during the UFC 169 post-fight press conference on Saturday saying Lesner is not coming back to the organization. read news >>
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UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar had recently considered a return to the octagon.
But, according to UFC President Dana White, that fleeting possibility is now a distant memory.
White said he and Lesnar discussed a possible UFC return - and the fight executive even suggested they considered a bout with fellow retired heavyweight Fedor Emelianenko - but the former WWE star ultimately decided against it.
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Despite being retired for almost a year already, former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar's name still gets mentioned almost as often as anybody in the division. read news >>
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Brock Lesnar was seated front and center for the events at UFC 146 and UFC President Dana White says he might possibly be considering a comeback to fighting.
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He's 38 years old. He lost his last two fights badly. Don't matter. Brock Lesnar is the only man who can pit the UFC against the WWE in a bidding war and he might be headed back to the Octagon. In 2012, following the loss of his UFC title to Cain Velasquez and a crushing loss to Alistair Overeem, Brock Lesnar returned to the WWE for a reported $5 million per year. Now thanks to the WWE's disastrous attempt to migrate from PPV to an internet subscription model, he might be worth more to the UFC t read news >>
Every once in a while, Brock Lesnar’s name pops back up in UFC circles, whether there’s credence to rumors of his return or not.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>
There's been lots of speculation on a Brock Lesnar return to the UFC. Shane Carwin would love to welcome him back, but doesn't believe it will happen. read news >>
Assuming "Big Nog" is busy. Can't we give it one more try? Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight kingpin Brock Lesnar is busy doing his thing over in WWE, but for some reason, keeps getting called out by mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters (like this guy) who've already defeated him. Add Frank Mir's name to that list. "I think that [Lesnar's] come back would be good for MMA," Mir told Combate (via Bloody Elbow). "He's still popular, people know who he is and he brings attention. read news >>
Former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir has unfinished business with Brock Lesnar. The pair were pivotal to the sport's boom period highlighted by UFC 100 in 2009. With Lesnar's help, Mir believes he can recapture some of that momentum despite riding an 0-4 skid since 2012. "I think that [Lesnar's] come back would be good for MMA," Mir told Combate (via Bloody Elbow). "He's still popular, people know who he is and he brings attention. We are tied with one win each. I would enjoy a rubber match read news >>
Former UFC heavyweight champion and current WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar may be coming to a crossroads. read news >>
UFC 178 represented a notorious coming out party for Conor McGregor, who Dana White now calls the biggest star in UFC history. Yes, you read that correctly. After just four fights, the UFC president has conceded that the Irish featherweight is bigger than Georges St-Pierre and Brock Lesnar. When speaking with MMA journalist Ariel Helwani on Fox Sports 1’s UFC 178 post-fight show, White uttered the grand proclamation that the hype and excitement behind McGregor was “bigger than any of the fighter read news >>