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Old 11-05-2010, 05:25 AM
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Default Top UFC fighter heading to WWE?

http://headlineplanet.com/home/2010/...-daniel-bryan/

From all the rumors flying around about this, it's supposedly not Brock Lesnar.

Some people are saying that it's Cro-Cop, and a lot of people think it's Rampage.

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Old 11-05-2010, 05:30 AM
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I just can't see CC doing that type of thing,but I could see Rampage doing it. But we all know its gonna be DANA goin to WWE
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Old 11-05-2010, 05:36 AM
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Cro-Cop has participated in pro-wrestling in Japan, and is close to being done with the UFC. Rampage just recently signed a new contract if I am not mistaken, so I'm not sure if it's him.
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Old 11-05-2010, 07:19 AM
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Article said someone you'd not expect. Rampage is expected. My guess is Either Randy or Frank Mir. I will ask around wiht my firend in the biz and see if they have heard anyhting
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Old 11-05-2010, 07:44 AM
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Somebody on the UG supposedly trains with Heath Herring and now the rumor is that it's him who is heading to WWE...
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Old 11-05-2010, 03:08 PM
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It's Joe Rogan.

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Old 11-05-2010, 04:35 PM
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According to this article from WatchKalibRun.com, Brock wants to fight Michelle McCool (Undertakers wife):

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Former Houston Rockets' coach Rudy Tomjanovitch famously exclaimed after the Rockets became the lowest seed in history to win an NBA Championship "Don't ever underestimate the heart of a champion". Rudy T was referring to the various comeback wins the Rockets had that season. Even when things looked rough, they stayed in the game and eventually overcame. Well, things looked rough for Brock Lesnar and we all saw what happened - he ran.

Against Eddie Guerrero, the much smaller Mexican was able to "Lie, Cheat, and Steal" his way to a victory and Brock's coveted WWE Heavyweight Championship. Against Bill Goldberg, not only was he beaten on the "Grand Daddy of the All" Wrestlemania, but he was humiliated after the match when the crowd chanted the "Nah-Nah Nah Nah" song and called him a sellout culminating in "Stone Cold" Steve Austin giving him a "Get the F our of the WWE" Stunner. He then ran to the "real sports" of football and mixed martial arts, winning their little championship in 4 fights (showing the true toughness of pro wrestling), but he was never seen in a WWE ring again. You'd expect a "real wrestler" would be itching to get back in the ring with the people that ran him out. To want to prove that he didn't get run out of wrestling, that he voluntarily chose to leave, but there's a question about who Brock Edward Lesnar is at his very center.

Simply put, Brock is a big bad bully. When cornered, especially when under the gun of pressure, his lack of testicular fortitude makes him take the easy path and find easy prey that he can beat and defeat easily. This is especially ironic when you consider Lesnar is a hunter, so that means he's probably out in the Minnesota woods hunting for rabbits and not deer. Oscar Gutierrez, assistant editor of Rantsylvania, one of the leading a website about wrestling, says Brock isn't looking to fight the man who beat him in his last match (Goldberg) or even the man who challenged him at UFC 121. Instead, Lesnar has allegedly set his sites on Michelle McCool, wife of the Undertaker. By that, I mean he has her photoshoots bookmarked. He also has his sights set on her as well.



Now there's nothing wrong with Michelle McCool. She is a WWE champion, though she does share the belt with the very sexy Layla. She's probably best known for botching moves, kicking people in the face legit, and the annoying act her and Layla put on each week. But isn't it strange that a former WWE champion, the youngest Undisputed champion in history, to be trying to get at a girl who is nothing more than the wife of the man who called him out? McCool is a big girl, but she doesn't match up to Lesnar.

It's understandable that Lesnar is afraid of the Undertaker, I mean the dude has POWERS. I've seen him set crosses on fire from 50 feet away. You can't hurt him and he's impervious to pain. The best way to defeat him is to take his urn away from his fat pasty manager Paul Bearer.

Compare Lesnar's method to that of the recently re-retired former Heavyweight champion Shawn Michaels. HBK didn't come back from his devastating back inury by challenging Val Venis. He asked for a shot at Triple H who was the biggest and baddest kid on the block and the man who attacked him.
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"You think I'm weak? You think I'm vulnerable? That I can't defend myself anymore? I recognise that I'm not in the best of shape right now - but the doctors have told me that I'll make a full recovery. In fact, they say I'll be 100% - 100% by say, ah....SummerSlam?"
So why is Lesnar challenging a fighter who's not even the same gender? Because he thinks it's simpler. He feels that he can run over the blond bimbo - and he's probably right. But even asking for this match shows plenty about Lesnar and where he's at psychologically. This isn't the ass-kicking havoc-wreaking hottest free agent on-track to win the WWE title. This is the way of a big bad bully, the easier route and the mind-set of a wrestler too scared after wto consecutive wrestling PPV ass-whippings.
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Old 11-05-2010, 05:25 PM
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Is that for real? "....winning their little championship in 4 fights (showing the true toughness of pro wrestling)..."

Really?

Later.
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:04 PM
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Somebody on the UG supposedly trains with Heath Herring and now the rumor is that it's him who is heading to WWE...
I'd expect that because heath has epxress interest in the past, Also does heath even have a UFC contract anymore?
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:07 PM
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Is that for real? "....winning their little championship in 4 fights (showing the true toughness of pro wrestling)..."

Really?

Later.
Its what we call a work nothing more. Dirt sheets are about as real as the possibility of Dallas making a coimback and winning the super bowl.
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