Velasquez Has His Say On The Undertaker's Apology For Confrontation With Lesnar

Bleacher ReportCorrespondent IDecember 15, 2010

Cain Velasquez
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A few days ago I wrote about WWE Superstar The Undertaker apologising to UFC President Dana White about his confrontation with former UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar at UFC 121.

The original story showed how respectful the future WWE Hall of Famer is towards UFC, its president and its athletes, as he apologised for gaining a lot of media attention which led to speculation that Lesnar may be involved with The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 27 in some capacity.

The confrontation can be found at this link;

The original story can be found at this link;

Despite many believing that this would be an end to the matter and speculation put to rest over any possible involvement with Lesnar at Wrestlemania, current UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez has had his say on the incident.

He told reporters that The Undertaker showed no class in the confrontation after the main event at the UFC 121 pay-per-view.

Velasquez seems to be one of very few people that feel like this as Dana White himself has stated that he has a great relationship with the WWE, Vince McMahon and the superstars themselves.