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Former UFC champion and current WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar has yet to declare a return to the Octagon, but Dana White would welcome him with open arms. read news >>

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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 >>

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UFC President Dana White discusses the potential return of former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar. Although he has not stepped inside a UFC octagon since 2011, Brock Lesnar is currently one of the most discussed stars in MMA headlines. His potential return to MMA competition has been a central topic for discussion amongst fans and pundits, particularly following the poor year the UFC has had in terms of Pay-Per-View revenue. Legendary pro-wrestling announcer Jim Ross revealed that Lesnar's con read news >>

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With brass looking ahead to another lengthy injury recovery from a marque champion, UFC president Dana White is sounding more amenable to longshots. A day after losing heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez as a headliner for the promotion's debut in Mexico at UFC 180 in November, White told UFC.com he didn't sound adverse to seeing former champion Brock Lesnar make a return. "I have a great relationship with Brock, we talk all the time," White said. "I don't know, we'll see. If he wants to fight, read news >>

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What time is it? Depends on whom you ask. There are those who will tell you the clock struck midnight on the UFC in 2014, and that the fight company’s bejeweled, Affliction Brand carriage abruptly turned back into a pumpkin. After a few scant boom years built on the backs of fading or absentee stars, the bust is upon us. Others paint a decidedly less apocalyptic picture. To some, it’s almost morning in mixed martial arts. After 12 months punctuated by injuries to the UFC’s biggest drawing champi read news >>

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The Heavyweight is healthy and eager to return to the cage against Anthony Hamilton at UFC 181. read news >>

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UFC Fight Night 53: Nelson vs. Story attendance from Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden. read news >>

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As we speak, Johny Hendricks is about a month into his fight camp. Never mind that the UFC welterweight champion doesn’t yet officially have an opponent for the first defense of his title. Never mind that, due to the fight company’s jam-packed pay-per-view schedule, Hendricks estimates he’s still five or six months away from returning to the cage. What Hendricks does have is full medical clearance to resume training, after tearing his right bicep while beating Robbie Lawler to claim the vacant 1 read news >>

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"I want to stay healthy and stay busy. I want to fight." Rafael dos Anjos steps inside the Octagon for the third time in four months when he faces Ben Henderson at the main event of the UFC Fight Night card in Tulsa, on Aug. 23. Coming off a big knockout win over Jason High in June, the Brazilian stayed busy at Black House while waiting for the perfect opportunity. "I didn’t change much in training," dos Anjos told MMAFighting.com. "I fought Jason High 45 after my fight with Khabib (Nurmagomedov read news >>

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Aside from maybe Brock Lesnar's physician, WWE performer Paul Heyman likely knows the former UFC heavyweight champion better than anyone. Retired from MMA and back to professional wrestling, Lesnar is apparently enjoying a return to form. "He feels great," Heyman told FOX Sports. "He's healthy. His body is not spending so much energy fighting off diverticulitis. He's healthy for the first time in years and I think his potential is limitless. He's a once-in-a-lifetime athlete. This is Jim Thorpe, read news >>

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Only one way to find out for sure. It seems WWE manager Paul Heyman is making the media rounds ahead of this weekend's SummerSlam wrasslin' pay-per-view (PPV) and since Brock Lesnar is in the main event, it's no surprise the conversation circles back to his exploits inside the Octagon. "If Brock Lesnar ever fought healthy in the UFC, I don't see any fighter that could have touched him," Heyman told FOX Sports, though it seems not everyone is in agreement regarding the former heavyweight champion read news >>

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