WWE News: UFC President Dana White Comments on Meeting with Brock Lesnar in May

Chris Humphrey@@_CBH_Correspondent IJune 9, 2012

Following UFC 146 last month, the rumors of a potential return to the world of MMA for Brock Lesnar were kicked into high gear after a meeting between the UFC president, Dana White, and the former Heavyweight Champion.

During an interview last night following UFC on FX in Florida, White would give an idea on just how well that previously mentioned meeting went after people had been claiming that Lesnar will once again leave the WWE for the UFC.

In the video posted at the top of this article, White goes on to say that the meeting between he and Lesnar didn’t go well after UFC 146, along with saying that it was the worst meeting that the two had through the years.

Even though it’s unknown whether or not Lesnar was trying to make a play to return to the UFC, the former champion should not make a return to MMA as it will likely end with a big paycheck but more loses for Lesnar.

It would make much more sense for Lesnar to continue with the WWE since the schedule is much more manageable along with the incredible amount of money, $5 million, being given to him in his one-year deal with the company that made him a star in the early 2000s.

With the meeting between Lesnar and White ending up wildly unsuccessful after UFC 146, do you think the former UFC and WWE Champion will ever return to the Octagon when his current deal ends following WrestleMania 29?

 

Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can ask him any question regarding the WWE or any other topic that crosses your mind on either his Facebook or Twitter page.

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