Posts Tagged ‘LESNAR’


Sunday, January 22nd, 2017

WWE heavyweight champion, Brock Lesnar has finally come to an agreement after his numerous drug test failures arising from July’s UFC 200 bout with Mark Hunt.

It is believed that Lesnar who recently tested positive to banned substance has reached a settlement agreement with the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), which unfortunately includes a $250,000 fine alongside a one-year suspension of his professional fighting license. As a result, his victory over hunt will be overruled to a no contest.

Lesnar who fought Hunt at the UFC 200 was competing for the first time after five years away from the octagon. However, despite winning the fight against hunt by a unanimous decision, he was sanctioned for violating two anti-doping agency laws by testing positive to banned substance.

Besides his brief statement stating his innocence, the fighter has chosen to remain silent on the issue and allow his attorneys to sought out the reason why he failed the drug test. (more…)

WWE Rumors About Brock Lesnar

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Speaking of Brock Lesnar, this professional athlete starred in wrestling for WWE and had a high impact on people and his fans within a short span of time.

He was the winner of the UFC heavyweight championship in his fourth fight of the MMA and defeated Hall of Farmer Randy Couture. This American professional wrestler and mixed martial artist have been said to have signed to WWE. The wrestler is all set to make his appearance felt and is one of the top two highest paid players on the roster.

As far as WrestleMania 33 is concerned, Mr. McMahon, the formal wrestler and American professional wrestling promoter is hell bent on placing Brock Lesnar to play against a superstar Windham Lawrence Rotunda who is no less than anyone. This plan will soon be materialized by Vince McMahon sometime next year in Orlando after considering the contract of Brock Lesnar. If this really happens, then it is going to be one big game for Brock Lesnar. (more…)

Brock Lesnar vs. Cain Velasquez UFC 121

Monday, December 16th, 2013

MMA Video clip Score: 4 / five

Match Possibility between Fedor and Lesnar in our Dreams

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Fedor Emelianenko had retired from the MMA and Brock Lesnar had to quit the WWE because he had a hard time getting up from his diverticulitis post tour with UFC. But now UFC President Dana White was recently rumored to be trying to put the two into a match and it remained a silly rumor only. But the question is, would WWE have let Brock Lesnar take the opposition if the match ever surfaced? On speculating, some of the factors have favored Lesnar to be placed against Fedor by WWE.

The match could have led to a lot of profit for WWE because both are the old wines. They could also go ahead to have kind of collaboration with MMA because through this match, even MMA players could get some limelight for themselves which would have boosted their careers. Sponsorships from MMA could also pour in if the match between Brock Lesnar and Fedor Emelianenko could be materialized.  Chances for the audience from the MMA being added could also have become likely.  This way, the monetary flow would have become better due to these two talents which would have helped them raise heir bank balance to finance the other shows which run under the name of WWE.

Besides money flow, the match and WWE itself could earn a lot of publicity. It would have been a symbiotic deal. Both Brock Lesnar and Fedor Emelianenko could have extended their fan base with the fight. Just like the Rock who now carries his recently won WWE Championship title along with him at red carpets of various events. Cross promotions of MMA and WWE would have also resulted because it would have been basically a cross-over match where the two would be utilizing their own honed skills and would have thrilled the media and would have garnered mainstream media attention.

WWE aim to Lift up RAW Ratings

Friday, November 23rd, 2012

Recently WWE has been facing a downturn in their RAW ranking. Similarly, the viewership is also going down. Hence they are looking up to Brock Lesnar’s appearances and his overshadowing Ryback at the Hell in a Cell can help WWE lift up its number of viewers per show. This is the probable hum for the week. WWE is now packed up with shows like Survivor Series, Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. The return of Brock Lesnar (who is currently taking days off) is the only big bet right now for WWE to heat up the biggest shows for the current year.

However, Brock Lesnar feels that the schedule would be quite hectic if he were to appear at all the shows of WWE so he has made a contract with WWE so that he does not have to strain himself too much. Now, WWE has to adhere to the contract and manage his schedules that way so that the contract is not breached in any way. The only way to do so is to arrange for pompous comeback for Lesnar that will dazzle up the shows. WWE is also thinking of putting him on a showdown against Ryback so that the gloom of the absence is done away with in style. Although according to critics bringing Brock Lesnar back at the Hell in a Cell would have been given a good boost to WWE too but RAW is a better option than anything else as the officials want to make a glorious event for Brock Lesnar.

To fit in the scheduled dates as per the contract, Brock Lesnar has been taking offs quite often. He had gone for a hiatus after he lost to John Cena and after he beat The Game. This current comeback hence matters a lot.

Batista to Follow Brock Lesnar into MMA

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Following the lead set by Brock Lesnar, the former World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE Undisputed Champion, Dave Bautista, known better by his ring name Batista is ready to break into the Mixed Martial Arts world as he looks certain to make his Mixed Martial Arts debut on the 6th of October, at a CES Mixed Martial Arts event, slated to be held in Rhode Island, New York. This has been a long time coming for the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion but now, TMZ claims that it is closer to being a reality.

The 43 year old will go head to head against Rashid Evans (not Rashad Evans of the Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC) at the event and it is being believed that he has also been granted his license for the fight. Evans is an amateur in the Mixed Martial Arts circuit and has a win-loss record of 1-2. TMZ also went on to claim that there are talks about the event being telecast live, but there has been no confirmation, either of the participation of Batista or of the television slot.

When Brock Lesnar left the WWE at the peak of his career, there were talks that many more WWE Superstars would follow suit for a more lucrative business, which the Mixed Martial Arts circuit is, but that hasn’t happened so far and if Batista does make his debut inside the Octagon, he will become the first WWE wrestler since Bobby Lashley to trade the four-sided ring for the octagon.

It was claimed in 2010 that Batista was close to signing with Strike Force, but since its purchase, there was no further word on that. However, with Brock Lesnar having returned to the WWE and Batista long been away, there is not much loss for the WWE as well.