- 2 years ago
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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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- 11 months ago
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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 >>
- 2 years ago
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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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Will 2015 be the year that sees the return of two of the biggest box office draws in UFC history? Georges St-Pierre has still not committed to making his return to the Octagon after stepping away from mixed martial arts (MMA) in late 2013, but Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White is very confident his one-time "cash cow" will be back in 2015. That's not at all. When asked if he was as confident about Brock Lesnar -- another money-making monster -- making his comeback as well read news >>
It’s looking more and more likely: Brock Lesnar is coming back to the UFC. His present employers in the world of staged combat are preparing to lose the former heavyweight champion back to MMA if reports are to be believed, and it’s most likely that will entail another run in the biggest promotion going. Sure, Bellator will be in the mix, and they might even land him. But until that happens, one would have to think he has his eyes on a return to the Octagon. With the talk of his return reaching read news >>
Or maybe the former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion will sign with Bellator MMA and turn the entire mixed martial arts (MMA) world upside down, for no other reason than some people just want to watch the world burn. Don't laugh, Viacom can afford it. But there is a difference between wanting to fight again and actually following through with it. Brock Lesnar has a multi-million dollar contract with WWE that expires in April, and he's likely to re-sign because he's only read news >>
Brock Lesnar's contract with the WWE expires on early 2015, and Dana White says the former UFC champion is 'interested in fighting again'. Brock Lesnar has been plying his trade in pro-wrestling for the past couple of years, but his tenure with the WWE could be ending soon. It's been stated that the former Division I wrestling champ is finally healthy after battling diverticulitis throughout his UFC stint, but is a return to mixed martial arts in his future? Fox Sports talks about his current co read news >>
UFC President Dana White would be interested in seeing a healthy Brock Lesnar come out of retirement and pick back up where he left off in the UFC. Optimism is once again in the air following an interview with former WWE commentator Jim Ross, who recently informed Marc Raimondi of Fox Sports that Lesnar’s contract with WWE runs out after Wrestlemania 31 in March. This could potentially open the doors for Lesnar to return to the UFC in 2015. There is also the chance that the former heavyweight ch read news >>
The UFC president is open to a possible return for the former UFC heavyweight champion. It has been almost three years since Brock Lesnar bowed out of mixed martial arts (MMA) competition after losing by technical knockout to Alistair Overeem at UFC 141. But the former UFC heavyweight champion and pay-per-view (PPV) behemoth's name has come up several times recently, due to the fact that his WWE contract is coming to an end and he appears to be in good health. Lesnar, of course, struggled with d 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 >>
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 >>
Recently, there’s been chatter of a Brock Lesnar return to MMA, and UFC president Dana White added to that speculation following UFC Fight Night 35 on Wednesday. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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SUNRISE, Fla. - Any optimism UFC president Dana White might've had for the return of
Brock Lesnar is now gone after meeting with the former champ post-UFC
"The meeting did not go well," White told MMAjunkie.com following UFC on FX 3. "Probably the worst meeting
we've ever had with Brock Lesnar, and I haven't talked to him since."
White declined to elaborate on exactly what happened.
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- 2 years ago
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Now that Brock Lesnar has officially returned to the WWE, UFC President Dana White says he's happy for his former champion as he returns to his pro wrestling roots. read news >>