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On this week’s edition of The MMA Beat, the panel discuss last weekend’s trio of fight cards, Monday’s ‘The Time is Now’ announcement press conference, as well as the potential returns of Brock Lesnar and Rampage Jackson. read news >>

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That's according to Dana White, who says the rival promotion doesn't have the talent to satisfy Lesnar's hunger to fight the best in the world. "Brock Lesnar wouldn't go to Bellator. Brock wants to fight the best guys in the world. The best guys in the world are [in the UFC]." -- If you've been paying attention, then you've noticed that over the last couple of years plenty of former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veterans have jumped ship to the company's biggest rival, Bellator MMA. Chief read news >>

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UFC president Dana White says the door is open for Brock Lesnar if the former heavyweight titleholder decides that he wants to fight again. read news >>

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Welcome to the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat, episode 113. Seriously, it's hard to know where to start with this given the amount of topics and issues going on in the sport. I suppose first and foremost would be actual fight results. UFC 180 saw Fabricio Werdum earn a version of UFC gold, Kelvin Gastelum cement himself as a true contender and Ricardo Lamas affirm himself as a top featherweight fixture. Bellator 131 produced sensational television ratings, crowned Will Brooks as the undispute read news >>

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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 >>

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A month would not be complete without discussing four-time and current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar (oh, and former UFC heavyweight champion too) possibly returning to the UFC. Luckily, UFC President Dana White did not disappoint. Speaking with the assembled media at Monday's The Time is Now event, White opened up on the possibility of "The Beast" returning to the Octagon. "Brock Lesnar's under contract with the WWE. We have a great relationship with him. He's healthy and he has s read news >>

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UFC President Dana White has again hinted former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar might be interested in making a return to the octagon once his WWE obligations end.Filed under: Featured, MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

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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 >>

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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 >>

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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 >>

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There are plenty of reasons why it makes more sense for Brock Lesnar to stay with WWE when his current deal expires in the spring. But WWE's change in business based on launching its own network is a game changer for Lesnar's value, in a way few expected. Three years ago, Brock Lesnar left the UFC to return to the pro wrestling world where he first made his name.Regularly, questions and rumors spread regarding him returning. Lesnar had verbally agreed to return once, for a fight with Fedor Emeli read news >>

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