Dana White: Meeting With Brock Lesnar 'Couldn't Have Gone Worse'

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Dana White spoke to MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani after last night's UFC on FX 3 card, and his most interesting statements were regarding former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar. Lesnar asked to meet with Dana after UFC 146, and rumors abounded about a possible return to the octagon. White made it clear that things did not go well with the current WWE superstar:

"The meeting we had didn't really go really well. It wasn't a great meeting. It was probably one of the worst meetings we've ever had with Brock Lesnar. I honestly have not talked to him since, so I don't know where we are at. All the stuff you are seeing on the Internet is typical Internet bullsh*t. I don't know. It was really bad. It was the worst meeting I've ever had with Brock Lesnar. In my opinion, it couldn't have gone worse."

Lesnar's return to the WWE hasn't been that successful so far, and it's not even clear right now if his WWE contract is exclusive or not. Either way, I highly doubt you'll be seeing Brock in the UFC anytime soon. You can catch the whole video below the jump, where Dana also discusses Florida ticket sales, Erick Silva, Shogun not wanting to fight Glover Teixeira, and a host of other things.

SBN coverage of UFC on FX 3


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