Brock Lesnar retires from UFC and will fight again in WWE against Undertaker in MMA style match

Brock Lesnar retires from UFC and will fight again in WWE against Undertaker in MMA style match

Dallas : TX : USA | Jan 01, 2012 at 7:44 AM PST
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Brock Lesnar retires from UFC and will fight again in WWE against Undertaker in MMA style match

Brock Lesnar retires from UFC and will fight again in WWE against Undertaker in MMA style match

We have some bad news and some possible exciting good news. The great Brock Lesnar has been forced to retire from the UFC because of injuries that are still lingering due to his illness with diverticulitis. Lesnar looks very weak and almost helpless against Overeem in UFC 141 and simply could never put up any offense to have a chance to win the fight.

We predicted in our last video that someone was up when this mega fight was the first fight for Overeem and for Lesnar. And this must be one of the stupidest marketing decisions in sports history. Now we know why the fight happened. Lesnar's body was not healed, and will never heal to the necessary extent that is required to fight in the UFC heavyweight division. So Dana White gave him one more glory fight and one last chance to go out a winner. But it didn't happen and Lesnar looked terrible in the fight and simply could not take the punches or kicks from the giant Overeem.

Now comes the good part, we hear from our sources that Lesnar is being pushed hard to return to the UFC and to fight The Undertaker in an MMA style match for the heavyweight title. This will be a huge fight and should highlight the next Wrestlemania and be pushed at the upcoming Wrestlemania where Cena will fight The Rock.

So let's hope that this is indeed true that Brock Lesnar will fight again in the WWE and fight against The Undertaker...just like it was supposed to happen 18 months ago.

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Brock Lesnar may return to the WWE to fight The Undertaker in MMA style match, after retiring from UFC
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