Dana White met with Brock Lesnar about a potential return to the UFC, but the UFC president revealed that the meeting could not have gone any worse.
Brock Lesnar showed up at the UFC 146 main event Saturday night, and after the post-fight press conference Dana White said the ex-champ and current WWE star had asked for a meeting.
Randy Couture, on “UFC Tonight” on Fuel TV, said Brock Lesnar, the man who took his heavyweight title, belongs alongside him in the UFC Hall of Fame.
Remember the days when everything in the UFC heavyweight division was so simple? Like when Cain Velasquez fought Brock Lesnar for the heavyweight title at UFC 121? Ahh, the good ol’ days. Relive that fight thanks to “UFC Ultimate Knockouts” on Fuel TV.
The UFC heavyweight division took another hit with Alistair Overeem’s failed drug test, and HeavyMMA’s Nate Lawson believes the weight class continues to lack progression.
The rumors were spot-on. Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar, who retired from MMA after a loss to Alistair Overeem in December, on Monday returned to the WWE – and right into an apparent scripted feud with former pro wrestling nemesis John Cena.
Brock Lesnar retired from the UFC in December after a loss to Alistair Overeem. Now he may be returning to the WWE. Is Dana White OK with that? Yup, he says.
Before the UFC president heads to Rio de Janeiro for Saturday’s UFC 142 card, he gives us a behind-the-scenes look at Fight Night for UFC 141.
All drug tests came back clean for fighters tested following last month’s UFC 141 card in Las Vegas. In all, 19 of 20 fighters on the card were tested.
Even if Brock Lesnar hadn’t retired after his loss to Alistair Overeem, he’d be looking at six months on the shelf. Check out the UFC 141 medical suspensions.