- 2 years ago
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Brock Lesnar is again an employee of World Wrestling Entertainment, and UFC president Dana White couldn't be happier for him.
"It was always upfront and said in his deal that he could do the WWE," White said following this past Saturday's UFC 145 event, which took place at Philips Arena in Atlanta.
But there's another reason White looks back fondly on his time with Lesnar. In a sport in which few secrets stay that way, Lesnar kept quiet.
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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 >>
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 >>
- 2 years ago
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When Brock Lesnar walked out on the stage of WWE's Monday Night Raw a few weeks back, everyone wondered how the UFC would react to one of their former champion's going back to the pro wrestling world.
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Dana White spoke about various topics including any punishment for Jon Jones from violating the UFC code of conduct, and the return of two of the biggest UFC draws in Georges St-Pierre and Brock Lesnar In an appearance at UFC Tonight, Dana White spoke to former fighters Kenny Florian and Brian Stann about various topics. He discussed whether or not the UFC will punish Jon Jones for his cocaine test, and potential returns of two of their biggest draws. When Stann asked about Jones violating the U read news >>
- 3 months ago
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UFC president Dana White had a bit of a rough start to the week. Blaming the letdown of Monday's 'The Time is Now' event on his public relations staff, White was then asked for his take on Bellator's recent ratings success during an appearance on TSN's On The Record. Headlined by UFC Hall of Famers Tito Ortiz and Stephan Bonnar, Saturday's Bellator 131 event averaged 1.8 million viewers making it the most watched fight in the promotion's history. "That thing was a free fight on free TV," White s read news >>