Brock Lesnar is officially making his return to the Octagon at UFC 200, but the UFC has not yet announced his opponent.
Hours after a report circulated that the UFC was close to finalizing a deal to have Brock Lesnar return to the Octagon and fight at UFC 200, the UFC made it official.
News that Brock Lesnar will fight at UFC 200 left many wondering about his WWE contract and what kind of provision it has for him to fight in the UFC.
Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz will be getting it on in the Octagon once again.
The UFC announced during its UFC 200 show in Inglewood, Calif.
Even at 45 years old, Dan Henderson is showing he still has it.
Hendo knocked out Hector Lombard in the second round of their fight at UFC 199 on Saturday in Inglewood, Calif.
Brock Lesnar has been toying with the idea of returning to the UFC on and off for the past several years, and it sounds like he may actually be making his return to the Octagon.
There has been a ton of talk surrounding a potential MMA vs. boxing fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
That BJ Penn’s potential comeback fight is being scuttled should not come as a surprise.