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Dana White Explains Why Brock Lesnar Is “Done” With UFC

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• OLD SCHOOL HISTORY (June 10, 1995) – WWF Superstars

On this day in 1995, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars’.

This episode was pre-taped at the O’Neil Center in Danbury, Connecticut and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF King of the Ring 1995’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

– Psycho Sid & Tatanka vs. John Chrystal & Cory

– Hakushi vs. David Haskins

– Razor Ramon vs. Bill Payne

– Kama vs. Buck Quartermaine

– The Smoking Gunns vs. Iron Mike Sharpe & Duane Gill

– Jerry Lawler vs. Aldo Montoya

• Dana White Explains Why Brock Lesnar Is “Done” With UFC

As we have noted before, former UFC Heavyweight Champion and current Mr. Money In The Bank Brock Lesnar announced his retirement from MMA/UFC and will remain with WWE.

During a recent interview with TMZ Sports, UFC President Dana White said the following regarding Lesnar’s UFC status:

“He’s done. He’s made his decision. I don’t know where he is in that other world. I know he was looking at doing a new deal with Vince [McMahon] to stay with WWE. I’ve always had a good relationship with Brock. We’ve always dealt really well with each other.

When you decide or don’t decide to fight, it’s a decision you have to mentally be ready to fight. You have to be all in on fighting. If you’re not all in, then you shouldn’t fight. He made a decision and it’s the right decision.”

Prior to this, Dana White was asked about rumors that Lesnar didn’t want to return to UFC because of UFC’s new PPV deal with ESPN and the PPV industry being in the decline.

Below is what Dana said about those rumors:

“That’s absolutely false. And if you really look when we were on PPV, we were on traditional PPV, everybody was talking about how the PPV business was dying. It’s dying and nobody can pull numbers anymore…we were still pulling 5 to 7 million PPV buys a year when we were on the dying, traditional PPV.

Brock Lesnar got a better deal is basically what happened for Brock.”

        
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