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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 >>

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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 >>

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A look at the biggest and most interesting MMA stories from October 16, 2014, including an op-ed by Fallon Fox, Frank Mir wanting another shot at Brock Lesnar, War Machine attempting suicide and more. Bloody Wraps is a nightly recap of the day's biggest or most interesting stories in the world of MMA. Fallon Fox wrote a guest post for the site today that went into detail on what she feels is a transphobic culture that has kept her out of any reputable women's MMA rankings and, seemingly in turn, read news >>

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Mir said that he would like to "welcome" Lesnar back to the octagon and confessed that he felt bad about breaking Nogueira's arm. Aside from a possible third fight with Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, Frank Mir eyes a potential trilogy fight with Brock Lesnar, who, once again, is speculated to return to the octagon. Both of the former Heavyweight champions have one win against each other and they could settle their score in a third fight. In an interview to Combate.com, Mir praised "Minotauro" and off read news >>

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Former UFC heavyweight champion and current WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar may be coming to a crossroads. read news >>

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Eugene and Nate look back at some of the recent events in the UFC, ask whether or not Anthony Johnson will return from his suspension and talk about whether or not we want Brock Lesnar to return to the UFC. read news >>

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Former UFC champion and current WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar may be coming to a career crossroads. Could it point him back to the Octagon? read news >>

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Good Ol’ JR reveals why he believes Brock Lesnar is capable of a UFC comeback in 2015. Although it has been over three years since we last saw Brock Lesnar inside the UFC octagon, Jim Ross is not one dismiss the possibility of the former champion's return to MMA. The legendary pro-wrestling announcer revealed that Lesnar's contract with WWE could run its course following WrestleMania 31 next March. He also added that, while Lesnar could make the decision to stay in wrestling, he does not rule ou read news >>

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Wanna do it? Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight titleholder and the man behind this number, Brock Lesnar, is going to have one last window of opportunity, at least as it pertains to his mixed martial arts (MMA) career, when his WWE contract expires next spring. That's less than six months away. According to his manager, Lesnar (5-3) has a clean bill of health for the first time in years and would be open to a second run under the ZUFFA banner (see those comments here), after read news >>

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Lorenzo Fertitta agreed with Dana White's statements, saying there isn't anyone who came in to the UFC with as much impact as Conor McGregor, even Brock Lesnar and Georges St. Pierre. He's wrong, and here are the numbers. In his appearance with UFC Tonight, Lorenzo Fertitta came in and addressed various topics from the amount of money he has in his wallet, to doing PED random testing for every single UFC athlete on the roster. The video above is a must watch, and one of the interesting topics he read news >>

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Conor McGregor is a legit star, but according to Dana White, he's even bigger than Brock Lesnar and Georges St-Pierre. Do you agree? Conor McGregor quickly knocked out Dustin Poirier at UFC 178, backing up all the talk he had pre-fight. His last few bouts have surely established McGregor as a legit star, and he has a country backing him up as well. According to the UFC, about 10% of the ticket sales for the event were from Ireland as McGregor's countrymen flew in to Vegas just to see him fight. read news >>

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