One subject that just won’t go away is Fedor Emelianenko fighting in the UFC. Yes, Fedor is retired. Yes, Dana White was unsuccessful in drawing him to the Octagon when he was active. But no, fans haven’t given up hope of a Fedor vs. Brock Lesnar bout taking place in the UFC.
Rumors of a Brock Lesnar vs. Fedor Emelianenko fight picked up steam again recently due to some questions thrown White’s way in a forum, but could it actually happen? Could White ever get Fedor into the Octagon for a fight against Lesnar.
And that’s only IF he could get Lesnar back from the WWE, which is another matter altogether.
Check out what White had to say in his own words…
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